Offering views of astounding marine nature and what some say is the purest seas, the Bahamas are often referred to as an ecological oasis. The sun-kissed sands are just heaven to explore yachting. The Carribian heaven offers equal bliss for those looking to explore the plethora of utopian islands perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving, as well as those ready to just submit to the pleasures of lazy tanning fuzed by rum on one of many upscale beaches.

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Relax from everyday stress in the idyllic shade of Bahama's emerald-colored palm trees and soak your feet in the creamy white sand. Sail through the seductive pristine of the Lucayan Archipelago waters to enjoy the best nature has to offer in a plethora of seductive islands, keys, and islets.

Famous as the first discovery of Christopher Colombus, we're not really sure how he ever wanted to sail further, and after exploring the bountiful beaches and turquoise waters, you won't be either.

Find secluded islands to have nature's splendor all to yourself and quiet anchorages to admire the pure beauty of the Exuma islands to spend nights stargazing, undisturbed by the hustle and bustle of the world. 


Moor in the upscale Nassau Marina, the oldest marina in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas where you'll find luxurious facilities often frequented by celebrities. Explore the capital by visiting the Pirates of Nassau Museum, serving as proof of the bygone days when Nassau served as the base for pirates. Make sure to visit one of many distilleries on the island to pack some rum for your next Caribbean adventure.

Andros Island

The largest of the 700 islands on the Bahama archipelago, Andros Island is also the least explored. Enthralling its visitors with azure, glimmering seas, as well as vibrant, exotic nature. Here is where the wild orchids blossom in abundance, while iguanas and rare birds manifest the island's unspoiled flora and fauna.

Boasting at least 178 blue holes on land, and another 50 to be found on the sea, these natural sea entrances to the intricate cave systems are another miracle, another peculiarity that sets Andros Island from other marine destinations.

The clear skies mirror the pristine coast, while one of the largest barrier reefs in the world is just within arms reach - a mile-deep azure abyss walled with corals houses whales, dolphins, and marlins. The densely forested, blissful island is the immersion in an unforgettable diving adventure to enjoy the abundance of sea life this eco-travelers heaven has to offer.

Don't be surprised if you stumble across a pink flamingo and make sure to enjoy the unparalleled beauty when they engage in their yearly adventure.

Wanderick Wells

To explore more of Earth's carefully guarded natural masterpieces, luff up to see the remarkably stunning tropical heaven. The soft white sand and turquoise waters won't be the only thing to astound you near the Wanderick Wells beach.

Nature made sure to make a sculpture that no human can replicate when it decided to fortify the remains of a skeleton of an impressively large sperm whale on its shores.

The local Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park are certain to take your breath away with long stretches of fine-grade sand and a vibrant, protected environment. The virgin nature provides for an unforgettable diving and snorkeling adventure.

Staniel Cay

The intriguing allure of aquiline seas provides an unforgettable yachting experience. While this slice of heaven is known to be the place to kick back and relax, there is a myriad of unique adventures to enjoy during your stay here. Snorkel into the Thunderball Grotto, a gorgeous cave hidden by aquamarine waters where the Thunderball movie of the James Bond movie was shot. Gleaming with lush marine life, bright corals, and hidden entrances, the cave is mostly known for its 007 appearances, but its marine beauty also served as a set to movies such as Splash and Into The Blue.

Meet the adorably cute swimming pigs on the island named after these sea-loving creatures. Stack up on polaroid film, as the sights of Pig Island melt every visitor's heart. Splash in the pristine waters with the beach-bum pigs and make sure to bring some leftover food to gain their affection.

Allen's Cay

If you choose to leave your boat and soak up some sun on the golden sand of Allen's Cay, you should know it can get a little crowded. It's not the sunbeds that will steal your sunbed - it's the indigenous species of iguanas that want the beach all to themselves. The endangered species of Allen's Cay Rock Iguana's adorn the coast and make for an unparalleled sight of this tropical heaven. Feeding them their favorite food - grapes will make for an unforgettable experience.

Compass Cay

Hop on to Compass Cay to swim with sharks - but don't worry, they're friendly as long as they're not bothered. The Nurse sharks are a laid-back species and they're too busy enjoying a relaxing swim to be bothered by attacking humans. The less adventurous can immerse themselves in a lovely day of sun-soaking and absorbing the splendid, serene views or head back to the Yacht Club to relish some delectable dishes paired with traditional island cocktails.

Shroud Cay

The virgin nature of the uninhabited island will enchant you with sand-cushioned beaches and translucent waters. Shroud Cay, an archipelago of rocks and kays embracing a shallow tide grow salina, is home to an extraordinary variety of conch, crawfish (lobster), sea turtles, birds, and numerous species of fish. To enjoy some entertainment especially interesting to children, and provided by nature, walk up to the other side of the island and you'll find a place often referred to as "The Washing Machine". At this sand bar, when tides are low no water can enter, but at high tides, it becomes a natural water slide!

Highbourne Cay

Moor up in the upscale Highbourne Cay Marina on this uniquely bewitching private island to enjoy the greatest pleasures Earth has to offer. Take a plunge into the glistening seas to explore the Exuma wall, a 22 meters deep vertical known to be one of the best diving spots in the Bahamas. Fill up on delicious, fresh food at the iconic Mac Duff's restaurant, known for its stunning beach setting, relaxing atmosphere, broad variety of masterfully crafted seafood dishes, as well as a myriad of refreshing cocktails.

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