List of Tourist Attractions in The Bahamas
The Bahamas are a group of islands spreading across the North Atlantic. There are over a dozen islands of various sizes in the chain, ranging from Andros Island through to the tiny Rum Cay island, by way of Nassau, also known as Paradise Island. The Bahamas are a key place for the sports of diving and golfing, and there’s plenty of instruction in both on offer. There’s a wide array of fish species and a blooming coral reef for divers new and experienced to explore, and the climate and clear blue seas make the Bahamas a divers’ paradise.
Fishing is a popular pastime in the Bahamas too. It drew Ernest Hemingway for several seasons and continues to attract all kinds of fishermen, since there’s everything from sedate reef fishing to oceanside fishing to fishing for the fast, exhilarating bonefish.
Golf is one of the Bahamas’ growth industries, and the islands offer world class courses blessed by the local climate and surroundings. Courses are available created by top designers, ideal for honing your game.
Water temperatures in the Bahamas average about 28°C (80°F) all year round. And the Bahamas have some of the most amazing sea life in the world. As a result boating, swimming, kayaking and all sorts of other waterside activities are popular here.
Finally, for people who don’t want to do anything as energetic as diving or golf, there’s not one but two types of beautiful tropical beaches. There are secluded hideaway beaches where you won’t see another soul, and beaches with a resort atmosphere where activities are available.