Posted February 2, 2011 by BookingBuddy
Paradise is only a plane ride away when you take a break in the Bahamas. Go island-hopping around the archipelago, and discover great discounts in the shopping centres on Grand Bahama, or just relax on a beach on the evocatively-named Paradise Island. The clear, shallow waters around the islands are ringed by beautiful coral reefs that are a snorkeler’s treasure chest. Seafood features on plenty of menus here – enjoy a casual fish fry with the locals, or splurge in one of the fancier restaurants.
Sunrise Beach Clubs and Villas - Head to Paradise Island for a bit of relaxation. These villas are located not far from the capital Nassau, but offer a measure of tranquillity that you may not find in larger resorts. Choose from villas with one to five bedrooms, all equipped with kitchens so you can prepare your own meals. Room rates start from about £130.
Twin Brothers - Grab a seat under the palm covered shacks and enjoy some good old Bahamian cuisine here. Feast on cracked conch or lobster, fried shrimp or grilled lobster tail, and wash it all down with some Sky Juice – icy cold coconut water – or a couple of pina coladas.
Lucayan National Park – The islands of the Bahamas are home to a diverse range of ecosystems, but you don’t have to visit every island to see them all – just head over to Lucayan National Park! The park boasts more than 6 miles of caves and subterranean caverns, which shelter a variety of unique native creatures. Blind, pale remipedia – a group of tiny crustaceans – can be found in the cool waters of the cave system, while lush bromeliads and orchids bloom above ground.
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