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Included in your stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas is a trip to ...
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On New Providence Island, kids can walk among the national birds of the Bahamas, pink flamingos, after the daily flamingo marches at the Ardastra Gardens, Zoo, and Conservation ...
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Nassau's New Providence Island also has its fair share of adventure. Just ask James Bond. Favorite snorkeling sites include relics from the filming of two James Bond films. Tears ...
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Just 600 feet off the north shore of Nassau, Paradise Island is celebrated for its long stretches of pearly white sand. If you feel like jogging away from the crowds at Atlantis, ...
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Spend a day in Dunmore Town if you're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of other areas in the Bahamas. The town boasts great restaurants, like ...
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The largest fort in Nassau, Fort Charlotte was built in 1789 and named in honor of King George's wife. An impressive fortitude with moat, drawbridge, ramparts and dungeons, it ...
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Included in your stay at Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas is a visit to the Marine Habitat. Families ...
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Having gained independence from Britain in just 1971, the islands still have some colonial British flavor, particularly in Nassau. There, kids will enjoy horse-and-buggy rides ...
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Remarkably, even the Bahamas' most populated islands -- Grand Bahama and New Providence -- have their fair share of adventures away from the crowds. Snorkeling at West End is a ...
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Pirate lovers will love this historic attraction, set in three buildings. At the Pirates of Nassau interactive museum, board a replica of a pirate ship and come face-to-face with ...
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Board a powerboat and prepare to take in all the magnificent sites and sounds of Nassau in the Bahamas. Families are invited to snorkel the crystal-clear reefs and feed wild ...
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One of the most popular attractions in Nassau is the Queen's Staircase, 65 steps carved out of limestone by slaves in the late 1700s. The 102-foot staircase is said to have been ...
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