Reviewed on 18 Nov. 2021
Reviewed on 20 Nov. 2021
White sand, crystal-clear water and lively beachfront establishments have made this the go-to beach for visitors to the most populated island of the Bahamas.
Ride Jet Skis and fly parasails, soak up the sun or relax at a beachfront bar at this popular resort-lined beach.
This enormous water park is one of the largest in the world. You’ll find something for everyone in the family within its 11 pools and 18 waterslides.
Featuring the work of traditional, contemporary and progressive local artists, this popular gallery is a creative exploration of life in the Bahamas.
Named to celebrate the 65 years of Queen Victoria’s rule, these limestone stairs flanked by a waterfall are an important landmark in the nation’s capital.
Relive the savagery and reckless abandon of 17th-century pirates who once called Nassau home at this interactive museum.