Back in Paradise Island have a look at the whole of
Atlantis (a huge building of
22 floors and 1100 rooms consisting of 2 towers connected by a walkway, inside
which there is everything: casinos, restaurants, shops ...).
Even without paying the entrance to the private parts you can see enough of this
kitsch monument. Cabbage Beach is perfect for swimming. Abaco, with the villages of Hope Town and
New Plymouth, is full of
The Abacos are known as one of the world’s top boating and sailing destinations
due to its calm sea surrounded by charming islands, each worth a visit. With
quaint colonial towns, three golf courses, miles and miles of stellar beaches,
great fishing and diving, and a wonderful selection of hotels and resorts,
restaurants and bars, The Abacos are the most complete vacation destination in
The Bahamas Out Islands. Then see Eleuthera, with the settlements of Governor's Harbour on the main island, and
Dunmore Town in Harbour Island, the first
capital of the archipelago. Harbour Island was ranked "The Best Island in the Caribbean" by Travel & Leisure magazine in 2005. In its 10th annual poll, readers of the elite travel magazine rated Harbour Island number one among the islands of the Caribbean, Bahamas and Bermuda on its World’s Best Cities and Islands list.
Briland, as it is known to residents, is approximately 3.5 miles long by 1.5 miles wide and is located approximately two miles east of mainland Eleuthera. Once the capital of the Bahamas and the second largest city to Nassau in the 1900s, the current population is estimated between 1500 to 2000.
The island’s tropical greenery stretches out to meet the warm, pink-hued sand beaches it is famous for. Its resorts and the warm Briland hospitality housed in the quaint New England architecture of the island’s Loyalist history add to nature’s palette. Rows of century-old trees border narrow flower-lined streets. It’s a sight not to be missed.
Then go right to Exuma
for a trip in the Land and Sea Park. The Exumas are divided into three major sections: Great Exuma, Little Exuma and the Exuma Cays. There are 365 cays on the north and south sides. The land is generally low, but there are a few points which rise from sixty to eighty feet. The ports are on the north side and the water is generally deep.