Vacation in The Bahamas
Christopher Columbus first dubbed the archipelago ‘Baja Mar’ in the late 15th century – Spanish for ‘shallow water’ – visit and you’ll find out why!
Each of the sixteen main islands in The Bahamas offer something special for everyone. From swimming with pigs to the 80,000 pink flamingos on Iguana and the vibrant pink sand beaches of Harbour Island.
Travelers visiting The Bahamas will find warm welcome from the locals, some of the finest sandy beaches and crystal clear waters in the world, and a wide range of things to do including scuba diving, adventure fishing and sailing.
Ecological attractions abound in The Bahamas with a thriving marine ecosystem and 29 national parks like the 40-acre Lucayan National Park, beloved by bird watchers. The botanical gardens and pink and white sand beaches are some of the many romantic locations for honeymooners and Caribbean destination weddings.