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The 8 Best Islands to Visit in the Bahamas

Katherine is a contributing writer for TripSavvy, reporting on culture, travel, and events in the Caribbean Islands.

Eleuthera

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Home to the pink-and-white Government House, which overlooks the city in stately pastel hues, to the majestic Buena Vista Estate (first established in 1798)—not to mention the thoroughly immersive Heritage Museum of the Bahamas—the Bahamian capital of Nassau undoubtedly has its charms. The cultural capital of the Bahamas is distinctly alive—teeming with music playing from the shops on every street corner, brimming with restaurants innovating traditional Caribbean cuisine, dotted with bars dedicated to serving once again the perfect rum punch.

The outer islands, by contrast, tend to be a little quieter. They are also known as the ‘family islands’ of the Bahamas, which speaks to the warmth and friendliness of the people you are likely to encounter. Read on for our guide to the outer islands, including what makes each one unique, and how to get there.

Harbour Island

Harbour Island

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This luxurious island is famous for its world-class pink beaches and laid back, yet elegant ambiance. Visit the iconic original outpost of Sip Sip, and order a Sky Juice while you people-watch. The locally-owned Harbour Island establishment was already well-known amongst the rarefied clientele who frequented the see-and-be-seen beachside patio in Dunmore Town before it propelled into fame as the opening chapter for Ken Kwan’s bestselling novel, “China Rich Girlfriend.” (The sequel to “Crazy Rich Asians,” for those who exist outside the world of popular culture.) Sunbathe at the three-mile Pink Sand Beach, and—if you fall so enamored with your location—just stay awhile, and book a room at Pink Sands Resort. Just off the coast of Eleuthera, Harbour Island is accessible for travelers via ferries from Nassau. Only a two-hour and 45-minute Bahamas Ferries boat ride separates Nassau from Harbour Island.

Eleuthera

Eleuthera Island

This island is worth a visit for its attractions both by land and by sea. Go snorkeling at Current Cut, and Devil’s Backbone or Pineapple Dock—the latter to explore shipwrecks, or sunbathe at the gorgeous (and aptly-named) Alabaster Beach. Surfer’s Beach is also a great place to visit—this popular spot for surfers is home to surf shacks and bars sure to appeal to all travelers—regardless of whether or not they’re capable of hanging ten. A quick 30-minute flight from Nassau, travelers can fly Southern Air, Bahamasair, or Pineappleair, from the Bahamian capital to Rock Sound or Governor’s Harbour.

Cat Island

Cat Island

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One of the more remote Out Islands of the Bahamas, Cat Island is beloved amongst locals, and you can get a sense of the island’s history by merely meandering down its one highway—and appreciating the ancient ruins intermixed with contemporary Bahamian homes. And sun-worshippers, be sure to visit Pigeon Cay Club Beach and enjoy spending time in one of the most beautiful beaches, on one of the most undiscovered islands, in the Bahamas. Book your flight from Nassau to Arthurs Town, Cat Island, via Pineappleair, and prepare to unwind.

Bimini Island

Bimini

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This island was once beloved by Ernest Hemingway, and still retains its legacy of sport-fishing and exploring. Go snorkeling along the legendary Bimini Road, or swim with sharks via Bahamas Scuba Center. For the less daring, East Wells Beaches and Spook Hill Beach are gorgeous (and relaxing) alternatives) to a day spent with reef and tiger sharks. This island is the closest off the coast of Florida and is accessible not only by plane from the U.S. but also by boat from Miami—if leaving from Nassau, we recommend booking a Bahamasair flight.

The Exumas

A pig swimming up to a boat in Bahamas

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This island is famous for its Instagram-influencing swimming pigs, and there’s also no shortage of tour offerings to this island of the famous pigs from the Bahamian capital of Nassau. Check out Powerboat Adventures or Four C’s Adventures for scheduling your next aquatic porcine experience. For waters that don’t feature swimming swine, look no further than the picturesque Jolly Hall Beach. A mere 40-minute flight from Nassau, travelers can arrive in The Exumas in Staniel Cay (via BahamasAir Tour) or George Town (via BahamasAir).

Inagua

Inagua

Forget swimming with pigs, why not spend an afternoon with flamingos? And parrots, and pelicans, and more, on the island of Inagua. Inagua National Park preserves nearly half of the island’s land-mass, and the island’s lush environs are home to an array of wildlife—not just the pink-feathered variety. But you don’t need to be a birder to enjoy Inagua. Sunbathers should waste away an afternoon (or several) at Morton’s Salt Beach, one of the most beautiful coasts in all of the Bahamian islands. The southernmost island in the Bahamas archipelago is most efficiently accessed via a Bahamasair flight from Nassau to Matthew Town, Inagua.

Long Island

wide view of Dean's Blue Hole in the Bahamas

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Long Island is remote, and famed for its snorkeling, though sunbathers will be equally satisfied checking out that endless stretch of sand at Lochabar Beach, or swimming in the crystal blue waters of Galloway Beach. Go diving at the Dean’s Blue Hole (and beautiful beach), and snorkel at Shark Reef (it is how it sounds) or the 40-foot Conception Reef. From Radio Beach, you can see the wreck of Gallant Lady offshore, also on Sunday, there is a pop-up beach bar, and you can get cracked conch at CJ’s Deli.

Grand Bahama Island

Freeport

The northernmost island in the Bahamas, travelers can fly direct from Nassau to the North Eleuthera Airport. Explore the picturesque city of Freeport, the busiest city on Grand Bahama Island, via a four-wheel tour cruising along the winding roads with Bahamas Jeep Safari. Or, book a tour with Paradise Watersports to explore the coral reefs off the coast of the island, including the legendary Deadman’s Reef off Paradise Cove. Other snorkeling opportunities abound at Peterson Cay and Ben’s Cave. At the same time, sun-worshippers can take solace at Paradise Beach and Gold Rock Beach—both are considered some of the most beautiful beaches in the Bahamas. But, active travelers, rejoice: Gold Rock Beach is part of Lucayan National Park, which means that there is much exploring still to be done on this coast as well. We suggest exploring Gold Rock Creek via kayak, to experience the beauty of the Bahamian waterways from above the surface, as well as below.

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Top 15 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in The Bahamas

Famous for its swimming wild pigs, beautiful beaches, amazing reefs, colorful historic towns, and being home to some of the world’s clearest oceans, the country within the Lucayan Archipelago of the West Indies in the Atlantic is a truly wonderful gem.

Its close proximity to the USA means that The Bahamas are a popular choice for a paradise-like getaway, and there are 16 major islands but over 700 stunning subtropical islands to discover and explore. Here are the best and most beautiful places to visit in The Bahamas…

1. Monjack Cay – one of the most stunning islands to explore

Nunjack Cay Bahamas

Monjack Cay, the most inhabited island, is famous for its beautiful beaches. Monjack Cay, sometimes known as “Nunjack” and “Manjack” Cay, is located north of Green Turtle Cay in the Abacos and a perfect destination for day trips.

Enjoy the beautiful view of sharks, stingrays, turtles, and lots of fish.

Take some time and feed these beautiful sea creatures; you can touch the nurse sharks and turtles. You can reach Monjack Island on a boat, and it is worth it.

If you’re lucky, you could catch a glimpse of green turtles and stingrays in the shallows. Recreational activities include swimming, hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, and walking the trail to the ocean.

2. Swimming Pigs (Pig Beach) – a famous and fun beauty spot Bahamas Swimming Pigs

Bahamas Wild Swimming Pigs

This is easily one of the best beaches in The Bahamas. The Exuma Cays archipelago consists of 365 islands, including Pig Island and Big Major Cay.

Located on the northwestern shoreline of Big Major Cay, Pig Beach is an uninhabited Exuma Cays island. If you are in the Bahamas, you can’t miss this beach blanketed by tropical storms.

Visitors can easily spot swimming Pigs or the Exuma Pigs at Pig Beach, the most famous attraction of the Bahamas, which are a sight to behold and should be on everyone’s bucket list.

You can even feed them. Turquoise blue waves lap the white sand borders of this remote tropical island retreat in the Exuma Cays.

3. Nassau – the capital city with a mix of Bahamian and British cultureNassau Bahamas

Despite the swarms of camera-toting tourists, Nassau, Bahamas, one of the Caribbean’s most popular cruise ship ports, manages to fascinate visitors.

Enjoy the white sands of Cable Beach, the boutiques, restaurants, museums, candy-colored colonial buildings of downtown and Bay Street, and the Nassau Straw Market for souvenirs.

Ardastra Gardens and Conservation Center is a fun site to visit for families of endangered and threatened species nestled among four acres of tropical gardens.

4. The Glass Window Bridge – a perfect blend of Caribbean and Atlantic waters

Glass Window Bridge Bahamas

Located along Queen’s Highway, Glass Window Bridge Is one of the most beautiful sites in the Bahamas. The turbulent, deep blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean may be seen on its northern side, while you can see the tranquil, turquoise-green seas of the Bight of Eleuthera on its southern side.

Enjoy the breathtaking views from the bridge of a rocky ocean and a calm sea from the spot. You can also venture down the bridge and take your time navigating the jagged rocks.

Besides, there is also a free public beach on the Caribbean side where visitors can enjoy a perfect swim.

5. Inagua – a natural retreat on The Bahamas’ second-largest island

Inagua bahamas flamingos

The southernmost district of the Bahamas, Inagua consists of two islands, Great Inagua Island and Little Inagua Island. The majority of the flamingos on Great Inagua Island spend their time wading in the water and extending their wings.

When more than 80,000 West Indian flamingos take flight, they turn the sky pink.

Visitors can get the best view of this well-coordinated spectacle in the Inagua National Land & Sea Park, which encompasses 45 percent of Great Inagua Island. Matthew Town is the solely inhabited village on the island, and salt mining has been the primary source of income for years.

The flamingos sometimes relax on the shallow plains of neighboring Little Inagua Island. They are one of the highlights of the Little Inagua National Park, home to many endangered species.

6. Cable Beach – an unspoiled beach Cable Beach Bahamas

A three-mile curved beach of white sand and brilliant blue waters, Cable Beach, is New Providence Island’s most popular location. The beach gets its name from an undersea telegraphic wire that washed ashore here in 1892, and resorts, hotels, and casinos border it.

It’s easy to spot vacationing families, spring breakers, water-sports operators, and wandering souvenir dealers on this beach. Once you step foot on Cable Beach’s magnificent sands, you won’t be able to get enough of it.

There’s lots of space to walk around and explore, and the azure waters and beautiful white dunes will captivate you.

7. Shroud Cay – a secluded isle with unique marine life

Shroud Cay Bahamas

A beautiful archipelago of cays and rocks, surrounded by tidal mangroves, Shroud is a hidden island in the Exuma Land and Sea Park.

Brimming with myriad marine life, Shroud Cay has captured many hearts because of the “Washing Machine,” a natural lazy river that washes you in a spin cycle from one side of a vast and magnificent Shroud Cay beach to the other.

Shroud Cay is a beautiful example of Exuma’s outstanding natural beauty, immaculate shores, and shiny blue seas. Pay a visit to Exuma bank to explore the washing machine through a river-like network of mangrove canals.

8. Ocean Cay Marine Reserve – a laidback Caribbean island with remarkable beaches Ocean Cay Marine Reserve

Ocean Cay, a protected Marine Reserve, was redeveloped as a private island called Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve for MSC Cruises.

The Island covers 95 acres and is a part of the Bimini district and 20 miles south of Bimini. Celebrate the natural beauty of the Bahamas while inspiring and educating guests about environmental protection.

This place is perfect for snorkeling with colorful fish or scuba diving with an expert guide in crystal clear water. Dive into the crystal clear waters to enjoy the beauty of marine life that calls Ocean Cay home.

Plan a day and evening on Ocean Cay to spend some quality time with your family!

9. Cat Cays – a private vacation island perfect for those seeking a quiet refugeCat Cays Bahamas

The famous Cat Cay comprises two small islands: North Cat Cay and South Cat Cay, located just ten miles south of Bimini. North Cat Cay is an exclusive owned island and managed by the Cat Cay Yacht Club.

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Previously used by the pirate Edward Teach, the cay popularly known as Blackbeard is named for the “cat line” of a sailing vessel that it mimics.

The island now boasts a 9-hole golf course, a short airstrip, a large marina, and beautiful houses. As it is a private island, tourists arriving by boat are not permitted to explore it.

However, visitors can enjoy the food at Bu’s Marina Bar for lunch, dinner with a delicious rum punch.

10. Garden of the Groves – a pretty botanical paradise with an array of tropical fauna & floraGarden of the Groves Bahamas

Garden of the Groves is the ultimate environmental experience in Grand Bahamas. Explore the lush foliage, flowing waterfalls, and glittering fountains on twisting footpaths. Visit the beautiful chapel, which is a popular location for weddings, prayer, and meditation.

Explore the Garden Shops, experience the solemn beauty of the Labyrinth, dine at the Garden Café, or let the kids play on the newly extended playground.

A haven for birders, watch the native and migratory birds and butterflies sip nectar or collect insects from the numerous freshly planted flowers; this vibrant garden is an excellent outdoor retreat.

11. Grand Bahama – one of the best places to visit in The Bahamas Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama Island, the northernmost of the Bahamas’ islands, is a favorite destination for package visitors and cruise ships.

Freeport, the Bahamas’ second-largest city, is a thriving tropical playground though Port Lucaya has surpassed it as the tourist destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Shop quirky jewelry and straw crafts from the Port Lucaya Marketplace or explore the marina; Grand Bahama is home to extensive underwater cave systems in the Lucayan National Park.

Explore the colorful pastel houses, take a dip in the Xanadu Beach or visit the private estate with manicured gardens at Cooper’s Castle.

12. Mayaguana – a quaint getaway with stunning scenery Mayaguana Bahamas

Mayaguana, the most isolated and least developed island in The Bahamas, is suitable for those looking for a peaceful holiday. The island offers the ideal mixture of quiet and charm, whether it’s a footprint-free beach or a remote fishing area.

Make your way to the tranquil island of Mayaguana, where you’ll find modest, rustic accommodations with Caribbean charm in this close-knit community.

Mayaguana is the only Bahamas Island that retains its Arawak name. Mayaguana’s beaches are ideal for picnicking, sunning, shelling, and just taking a quiet stroll.

You can snorkel just offshore in the magnificent blue sea to observe coral heads, sand dollars, and starfish.

13. Taino Beach – the most stunning beach of Grand Bahama IslandTaino Beach Bahamas

Taino Beach is a lovely expanse of white sand dotted with thin palm trees that wave in the breeze. It is a popular gathering place, featuring a variety of water sports and restaurants serving local fare.

Relax on the smooth sand while taking in the colorful atmosphere of this vibrant harbor. Go beachcombing with your family to discover the various shells and corals that adorn this stretch of sand during your stay at one of the luxurious beachfront resorts.

Wednesday evenings feature exotic local food, while bonfires keep you warm late into the night. Participate in the dancing rituals and competitions, enjoy the colorful environment, or explore other nearby sites such as Lucaya Beach, Smith’s Point Beach, and Port Lucaya Marina.

14. Clifton Heritage National Park – a historical park on the New Providence Island

Clifton Heritage Park

The Clifton Heritage National Park preserves the historical and cultural legacies of three influential groups who impacted the country: the Lucayans, Loyalists, and Africans.

A stroll through the Park’s twisting pathways will reveal a range of ecosystems, including native coppice, cliffs, coastal wetlands, dunes, rocky shorelines, sandy beaches, and offshore coral reefs. You can find songbirds, wading birds, seabirds, and other wildlife in the area.

The Park offers swimming, hiking, camping, snorkeling, birdwatching, and picnics, as well as the Sacred Space, which is ideal for spiritual retreats, and panoramic views from the cliffs.

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10 Best Places To Visit In Bahamas For An Ultra-Luxurious Holiday In 2022!

Major attractions in Bahamas

A glorious chain of more than 700 islands in the Atlantic Ocean, the Bahamas is situated southeast of Florida and is made of landscapes that beach lovers dream of! When you can sight miles of powdered sand and 50 shades of blue in the waters, you know you have entered this magnificent place! With countless things to do and places to visit in Bahamas, it has emerged as a favorite tourist hotspot in the last few decades!

If you are looking for a perfect hotspot to chill and unwind, Bahamas is where you ought to be today, tomorrow, and forever.

10 Best Places To Visit In Bahamas

Read this carefully compiled list of the top 10 places to visit in the Bahamas that you can explore during your next vacation there. You’d surely have a blast. Don’t believe us? Take a look!

1. Grand Bahama

stunning island

One of the most beautiful places in Bahamas, Grand Bahama is a stunning island and can find its place in the itineraries of all travelers ranging from budget backpackers to luxurious cruise tours. The beaches are stunning and are a cultural melting pot for many locals and foreigners. Apart from just lounging and get a perfect tan on the beach, one can also shop for beach jewelry and crafted straw goods or head to one of the many restaurants to enjoy a nice drink and a meal!

Location: Bahamas
Opening Hours: Anytime
Cost: Free

2. Elbow Cay

Elbow Cay

Elbow Cay is essentially a ship full with visitors that operates from Marsh Harbour to Elbow Cay and is one of the most popular Bahamas points of interest. It will teleport you back to the times when English- style fishing towns thrived with the many shaded houses spread across the roads of Hope Town. This place is quintessentially Bahamian with its red-striped beacon and lures in thousands of locals, Americans and tourists from around the world to its perfect palm-lined beaches.

Location: Hill Tpo, Great Abaco Island
Open Time: 8:00 – 16:00 (Monday – Friday); 8:00 – 12:00 (Saturday)
Cost: INR 700

3. Pirate Museum

Museum

One of the best places to visit in Nassau Bahamas, the Pirate Museum has been a part of thousands of intriguing stories that have been passed down from one generation to the next. Visiting this museum is an interactive experience which is enjoyed by adults and children alike. Nassau has been a favorite amongst pirates owing to its unbeatable harbour which helped them plan attacks on many trading routes. The museum looks historical owing to the red bricks and contains many elements that are relatable to those times!

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Location: King and George St., Nassau, Bahamas
Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Sunday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Cost: Adults – INR 1000, Children- INR 500

4. Paradise Island

Paradise Island

This island lives up to its name and is indeed a paradise for all those who visit the country! It is one of the most recommended Bahamas attractions because of the many hotels and resorts in this area. Apart from splendid properties to stay in, there are many bars, gambling casinos, spas, and inns here that ensure every moment spent here is enjoyable! The most popular attraction here is the Atlantis resort where there are many water parks, aquariums, and waterslides!

Location: NA
Opening Hours: Atlantis – Summer: 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Winter: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Cost: Atlantis Day Pass for Adults – 8000 INR and Children – 6000 INR

5. Andros

Sea view

The biggest landmass in the Bahamas is Andros and houses many rich and social points of interest making it one of the top places to visit in the Bahamas. It is known for its barrier reef, which is a great fascination for divers. Apart from diving, there is a lighthouse in Andros which comes with guns and cannons and should definitely be paid a visit during your time there!

Location:
Opening Hours: Anytime
Cost: There are various local packages available that start from INR 3000

6. Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park

Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park

Located in Eastern Bahamas, this is essentially a marine secured area and is the first of its kind in the Caribbean region. One can discover some of the most exotic seascapes as well as enjoy water sports here! Visitors come with friends and family to look at the abundance of marine life here in the crystal clear waters of the island!

Location: Great Exuma, Bahamas
Opening Hours: 9:00 – 12:00 & 13:00 – 15:00 (Monday – Saturday), 9:00 – 12:00 (Sunday)
Cost: Free

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7. Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Park

the flora and fauna

For those who love exploring the flora and fauna of new regions, this place is a must visit. The zoo, conservation park and the gardens come together to offer tourists a real opportunity to discover nature by getting up close and personal with it. This zoo hauses the maximum number of native Bahamian animals including the flamingo group as well as exotic gardens that house vibrant fruit trees and more making it one of the best places in Bahamas.

Location: P.O. Box N-4882, Nassau, Bahamas
Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Cost: INR 1100

8. Long Island

Large Island

Although it lies a little bit off track in the southern part of this archipelago, it is a spectacularly long and beautiful island (as the name suggests) that should be a part of your itinerary! It is a poster picture for Bahamas tourism owing to the dazzling shorelines and a range of water sports that can be done here!

Location: Bahaman Archipelago
Opening Hours: 9:00 – 17:00 (Monday – Friday), 9:00 – 1:00 (Saturday)
Cost: INR 200

9. Downtown and Bay Street

Downtown and Bay Street

One of the best places to visit in Bahamas is Downtown and Bay Street which is a busy area that houses many shops, restaurants, and street hawkers. This is your to-be place if you are looking to do some cool duty-free shopping! In fact, many passengers get off during their cruise tours at this market to buy jewelry, T-shirts, perfumes, accessories and more!

Location: Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas
Opening Hours: All day round

10. National Art Gallery of the Bahamas

Art Gallery building

If you are an art enthusiast, this might just be the best place to visit in Bahamas for you! It is located in a beautifully restored Villa Doyle which is a huge Neoclassical mansion. This gallery is the leading institution for arts in Bahamas and was built in the 1860s by William Henry Doyle who was the Chief Justice of the Bahamas.

Location: Villa Doyle, West and West Hill Street, Nassau
Opening Hours: 10 AM – 5 PM

If you feel that this list of the beautiful places to visit in Bahamas has lured you into visiting this region, then be assured that there will be much more when you actually reach there! So, what are you waiting for? Plan your international trip to Bahamas with TravelTriangle right away

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Frequently Asked Questions About Places To Visit In Bahamas

What is the most beautiful place in the Bahamas?

Atlantis Resort, Grand Bahama, Bimini are some of the most beautiful places in Bahamas one must visit.

What is the best time of year to go to the Bahamas?

From Mid-December to Mid-April is the best time of the year to go to Bahamas.

Which is the most dangerous Caribbean island?

West End, Grand Bahamas Island is the most dangerous Caribbean island.

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