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 Islands Information

The Bahamas:
The Islands of the Bahamas is a string of islands located about 50 miles off the coast of Florida. There are actually more than 700 islands in the chain, 20 of which offer facilities and services for visitors. The two main destinations in the Bahamas, and the ones most people have heard of, are Nassau/Paradise Island and Freeport (Grand Bahama), but there are also the Out Islands (the Abacos, Eleuthera and Harbour Island, the Exumas, Bimini, Cat Island, Long Island, more »

Freeport Activities
Almost 100 miles away from Fort Lauderdale is a Florida vacation destination a world away from the ordinary beach vacation. In this tropical island paradise known as the Bahamas, you can have a blast as you explore the shopping, sightseeing, scuba diving, snorkeling, parasailing, and other activities legendary for providing the vacation of a lifetime.

With plenty to do in the commonwealth, the difficult part isn't finding something fun to do, it's choosing between the incredible numbers of fun things to do. Here are some favorite Freeport, Bahamas, more »

Official Bahamas Guide
Bahamas Vacation Rentals
Dream Team Expeditions Bahamas eco nature tours

Grand Bahama Islands Tourist Board

The Bahamas-on-line

Bahamas Vacation Guide - Vacation Guide, Bahama Islands, Bahamas Tourism Guide

The Bahamas Out Islands:

Guide to the Abacos Islands - vacation rentals, accommodations directory, beaches and map guide

Acklins Island:
Pestell Beach Resort - totally private villa

Berry Islands:
Great Harbour Inn

Bowe Cay:

Cat Island Bahamas

Curacao -
Travel guide for Curacao

Bahamas Ferries - Nassau, Eleuthera, Spanish Wells and Harbour Island daily ferry service
The Cove Eleuthera Inn - You are free to do as much or as little as you like
Pirate's Beach House - Snorkeling fishing peacefull location friendly english-speaking bicycle tours wind-surfing ideal for a family holiday

Exuma: The Exumas are a string of islands stretching through the Southern Bahamas. Great Exuma is the largest of these islands and its greatest appeal is its relative lack of tourists and commercialization. This factor makes the island attractive to many celebrities who live a major part of their lives in the spotlight. The island also offers some of the best sailing in the world, great fishing, spectacular beaches, luxury hotels, gourmet dining and friendly, down to earth locals. Many magnificent coral reefs are located in this part of the world making snorkeling and scuba diving an incredible experience as more about Exuma »

Flamingo Bay: Unlike many Caribbean destinations, Flamingo Bay is not densely populated and does not play host to an endless number of tourists. Life in and around the bay is serene and relaxed, yet there is still much one can do. There is a view of Stocking Island which can be accessed by kayak or other boat. Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy the excellent bonefishing nearby. If a game of golf is more your speed, a visit to the Greg Norman golf course is in order. Located up the coast at Emerald Bay and designed by the golf legend himself, this 18-hole championship course is one of the best ocean-side courses in the more about Flamingo Bay in Great Exuma Bahamas »

Harbour Island
Harbour Island is less than 4 miles long and a 1/2 mile wide. Its long wide beach is famous for its hard-packed pale pink sand. The likes of Fodors and Conde Nast rate it as one of the "best Bahamas beaches." The beach, combined with some great restaurants, hotels and vacation home rentals, makes Harbour Island a destination of choice amongst Bahamas enthusiasts. It's no surprise to find a few "rich and famous" there -- they know they won't be more »

Bahamas Vacation
How do you describe the perfect vacation? Tropical weather, warm ocean waters, white sand beaches, palm trees swaying in the breeze, and plenty of attractions and activities? How about resort accommodations, scuba diving, snorkeling, sunset cruises, Calypso music, deep-sea fishing, and an up-close encounter with dolphins? If this sounds like the perfect vacation to you, you can find it all in the commonwealth.

Located in the Atlantic, just northwest of Cuba and southeast of Florida, the official language is English and American currency is equal to Bahamian currency so you don't have to worry about exchanging money. Originally settled by the Taino people in the seventh century, these islands continue their ties to seafaring travelers and the ocean with a number of Nassau attractions and Freeport, Bahamas, more »