The Bahamas

The best kept secret of The Bahamas is the country’s sheer size and diversity. With 16
major islands, The Bahamas is an unmated destination, a heart-pounding adventure across
100,000 square miles of the world’s clearest ocean.

The Bahamas has long been one of the most eco-friendly destinations in the world—a protector
of both the archipelago’s pristine beauty and its endangered species, including the Bahamian
Rock Iguana and the West Indian flamingo, the national bird. The critically important work of
preserving these natural environments is done by The Bahamas National Trust, an organization
noted for its vast wetland conservation efforts on Andros, New Providence, Exuma, Freeport,
and Inagua, home to the largest remaining breeding colony of West Indian flamingos.
Set foot on our pier and let all the mainland stress melt away. Stroll on winding paths
through the lighthouse, relax on two pristine beaches, unwind in the shade with a tropical
cocktail, enjoy a traditional Bahamian lunch, or experience a guided snorkeling tour along our
vibrant coral reef. Looking to discover what lies beneath the surface? Put on a snorkeling mask
with a pair of fins and head to our protected coral reefs. The crystal-clear waters of the Bahamas
are the perfect venue to explore these natural wonders. Our staff will guide you through the reefs
as you get up close and personal with the colorful marine life lurking just below the ocean’s
gentle waves.