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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
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Hoverboard Rental in Miami
"This is a fun and exciting way to discover South Beach! Rent the ultimate transportation method - Hoverboards! The staff at the facility on Miami Beach will take the time to teach you everything you need to know about riding the hoverboards and t unique Miami experience that you won't regret. This is the perfect outdoor activity.After you have booked your rental just call up and book in a time that is convenient for you.Watch heads turn as you glide by with your family and friends on a fun few hours on Miami Beach!""""The best way to get around Miami is to rent a hoverboard! These cool new 'people movers' are the ultimate outdoor activity! They are so easy to ride that anyone can do it! This 2-hour rental will give you the taste you need to go back for more!"title=Highlights&1=Miami+hoverboard+rental&2=Enjoy+two+hours+of+rental+time+to+cruise+around+Miami+Beach&3=Ride+down+palm-lined+paths%2C+and+soak+up+the+Florida+sun&4=Easy+to+learn%21
From $40.00
 
Star Island Segway Tour
"Segway tours are the ideal way to see Miami Beach because we cover so many areas of our beautiful city in less time and without exhaustion. Do not get caught behind the glass on a tour bus or spend all day sun burned at the beach. Join us today to find o star island the vibrant Lincoln Road (outdoor mall) Ocean Dr and the famous Art Deco District – a delightful glide rich in architecture history and culture. Riding a Segway is the best way to see Miami Beach!Take in the breathtaking views of the Star Island and see the celebrities' mansions cruise along gorgeous Ocean Dr and Collins Ave in style. You can also explore South Point Park and other historical areas and view the great architecture of the Art Deco District via Segway. Do not miss your chance to experience our Segway Tours in Miami
From $39.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in The Bahamas

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outside Nassau

This place isn't recommended for cruise passengers just making a quick stop in Nassau, but for those who are staying for some time and/or happen to come to the area west of Cable Beach, The Caves are...
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Hog Island Light

This is one of the best known lighthouses of the Bahamas. It is still known by the original name of the island (Hog Island). Now the island has had the name changed to be the more appealing name of...
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Out Islands

Green Turtle Cay- it is my favorite island in the Bahamas and probably the world. You can catch a flight to Treasure Cay from Miami or Ft. Lauderdale, and then take a short taxi to the docks, where...
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Nassau Town

Okay, I know we stayed in an all-inclusive, but found the need to pay for drinks in our new favorite hang-out...the Daq Shack. A short distance from Breezes, we found our mecca on the side of the...
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Nassau

After reviewing the pictures that I took while our plane was landing in Nassau I wanted to get a closer look at these homes. They are at the east end of the island not to far from the airport. Any...
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Paradise Island

IMHO the most beautiful spot on Paradise Island is the Versailles Gardens, just east of the One & Only Ocean Club on Paradise Island Drive. On the north side of Paradise Island Drive, the...
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Grand Bahama

We were on our way to the east end and came upon this Lagoon. On the drive to the east end if you look down the little side streets you can see the ocean at the end. Venture down them, you won't...
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Conch Harvesters

This area is alongside the water on the Nassau end of the bridge to Paradise Island. There are smaller versions of some of the island eateries, like Two Brothers, and some that look like maybe one of...
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Sports

Enjoy the bountiful waters of The Bahamas aboard Brown's Fishing Charters and benefit from Captain Brown's 45 years of fishing success. Specializing in twenty four hour shark fishing, reef fishing and...
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Fort Charlotte

The largest of the three forts around Nassau, Fort Charlotte is a nice little place to visit away from the bustle of downtown. Dating back from the English colonial times, it has never fired a shot in...
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Culture

I only could do some vinyl hunting on saturday morning, but all I found was a tape and a CD. Some old local pointed me to a store that was impossible to locate. What a surprise that I found this...
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Arawak Cay

When we first entered Nassau Harbour, we were looking for bridges. Having never seen the twin bridges that go from Nassau to Paradise Island, I at first mistook the bridge to the lighthouse from...
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Misc Photos

It was the day before we left and we decided to walk around the neighborhood...I'm not exactly sure where it is, all I know it is somwhere in Paradise Island, we were wandering around and I saw this...
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Eastern Cemetery

When we went to photograph St. Matthews cemetery we were told that Eastern Cemetery was right next door to it with no dividing fence or marker. The two cemeteries and the St Matthews church took up...
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Popular Cities in The Bahamas

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Nassau

New Providence District
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Paradise Island

New Providence District
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Grand Bahama Island

Freeport District
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Freeport City

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Coco Cay

Ragged Island District
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Little San Salvador

Cat Island District
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Top Hotels in The Bahamas

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West Bay Street, PO Box 39-CB-13005, , New Providence Island, 20317, Caribbean
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PO Box N7550, Paradise Island, Caribbean
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Bayshore Drive, West End, , Grand Bahama Island, Caribbean
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Sea Horse Road at Port Lucaya, Lucaya, Grand Bahama Island, Caribbean
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Great Guana Cay, , Great Abaco Island, Caribbean
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Top Things to Do in The Bahamas

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Straw Market

As a Kansan I can tell you that if you have a brainless scarecrow friend, this is the the place to shop. The straw quality is excellent. Avoid witches and fire and you will have a most enjoyable time...
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Atlantis Hotel

Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas - Buyer Beware I had booked through the Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas (AtlantisBahamas.com website) for 7 days for my daughter, her husband, and their daughter at...
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Beaches

Beaches on the south side of the island are the prettiest, Coral beach which is accessible by Coral road is amazing, that's where Sheraton and Westin are located, Taino beach is kind of like a public...
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Parasailing

I haven't done most of the activities that the ship offers at Half Moon. The activity that I HAVE done is parasailing. Bob didn't want to go with me, so he went back to the ship and took pictures from...
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Lucaya National Park

We wanted to get away from the crowds and experience a more natural part of the islands. We found the cheapest way to do what we wanted was to rent a car and drive out. The drive is an hour from the...
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Iguanas

The only inhabitants on Allen's Cay are the iguanas. The only way to access the islands is by dinghy. Unfortunately, we didn't get in to the island because there was too much wind. The Allen's Cay...
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