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Nassau Scooter Rental
"Pick up your sweet ride at Cable Beach in Nassau where you’ll get a brief orientation about the scooter and recommendations for the best routes and places to see as you explore the island. Choose from either a 4- or 8-hour rental.Zoom around town and beyond taking in the diverse sights sounds and tropical smells. Feel the freedom of the open road and the warm breeze coming in off the bright blue ocean. Discover hidden treasures or visit some of the most popular sites like Fort Charlotte an 18th-century fort with a drawbridge. Spend time at Arawak Cay where you’ll find some of Nassau’s tastiest seafood
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Blue Lagoon Sea Lion Encounter from Nassau
"Blue Lagoon Island officially known as Salt Cay provides one of the few programs worldwide where you can get up-close-and-personal with sea lions in an all-natural marine habitat. The ferry terminal on nearby Paradise Island serves as the launch point for outings to Blue Lagoon Island from Nassau. Get hire a taxi or ride a ferry from Woodes Rogers Wharf in downtown Nassau.At Paradise Island Ferry Terminal your boat awaits to take you on a scenic journey to Blue Lagoon Island. Your route includes navigation through Nassau harbor where your captain points out yachts and mansions of interest. The likes of Tiger Woods
From $117.00
 
A Taste of South Beach Food Tour
"Your enthusiastic guide will take you through five different restaurants and cafes in South Beach (often referred to as SoBe) - Miami Beach’s most popular neighborhood. On our tour you’ll by-pass the tourist traps and go straight to the eateries that the locals frequent to discover the mouth-watering dishes that will fill you up for lunch! All tastings are included in the ticket price. Tastings include the following restaurants: fresh New American cuisine Bella Cuba a traditional Cuban restaurant for a tasty pastry and their famous Cuban coffee Traditional Peruvian fare at Chalan on the Beach a family owned and operatoed restaurant Savory treat and refreshing beverage from Charlotte Bakery a Family owned Latin American bakery Every tour ends at The Frieze Ice Cream Factory for a scoop of all natural super-premium Kosher ice cream & sorbet made fresh daily in the shop. The Taste of South Beach Food Tour is more than a food tour - it’s an architectural
From $58.00

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Cable Beach

Cable beach was an unnamed beach until 1907 when it became the landing point for the Trans-Atlantic cable. The cable connected The Bahamas to mainland America in Florida. Today, a myriad of upscale resorts line it. The Nassau Beach Hotel, Radisson Cable Beach Resort, Breezes, Sandals, Nassau Marriott and the Crystal Palace are located here. It's the ultimate playground for fun in the sun. It’s what we came to the Bahamas for. There are long white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. The sand is a bit course but there are no rock and garbage in it. If you are no staying at a cable beach hotel do not worry, the beach space is public. There are plenty of lounge chairs and thatched-palm umbrellas for shade. Just pull up a chair and soak up the sun. We stayed by the beach area near the Crystal Palace. You can see little fish in the clear waters, so you can snorkel pretty close to shore if you wanted to. There are companies that offer other water activities such as para-sailing and diving. After hours in the sun and water, we had a drink at the bar/pool at the Breezes. Non-Guest can purchase there drinks here. We purchased a drink from here before heading off to eat.

Cable beach is just a few minutes away from downtown Nassau. You can hop on the #10 bus for 1$ to get here.

There was one thing we missed doing. My friend Liz said that if we walked down a bit more we would probably find a beach party, which she went to a couple times when she came to Nassau last year. We missed doing this because we wanted to eat and check out other things.

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Aug 23, 2006

Cable Beach

At Cable Beach you can rent a jetsky, take the "Booze Cruise" (basically a drunken party ship, not my cup of tea but it seemed very popular), kayak, snorkel, or just hang out and sunbathe or stroll along in the sand. At the Wyndham hotel they have an oceanside minigolf course, although not very well maintained. But it's free to guests of any of the 3 Cable Beach hotels.

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sweetheart519
May 23, 2006

Cable Beach

Walk along cable beach and admire the great old Victorian Mansions. You can also go sailing, jet sking, or kayaking in the ocean.

Cable Beach got its name from the
transatlantic telephone cables which were installed here.

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SmileyLeSa
Mar 14, 2005
 
 
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Atlantis Marina

The Atlantis Marina has some impressive yachts. We walked by the Marina on the way out of the Shopping village and were surprised at the number of yachts and their grandeur. It must be nice to travel...
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