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The Bahamas, the archipelago and state on the northeastern edge of West Indies. Formerly a British colony, the Bahamas became an independent country within the Commonwealth in 1973. Christopher Columbus also made landfall in the Bahamas in 1492.
Bahamas is a tourist attraction either by way of a cruise or plane. There are many things to do including boating, dining, diving, fishing, nightlife, shopping, sports, water sports, pampering and sightseeing.
While visiting these are some sights to see including Bird Rock lighthouse, Ansil’s Boat House, the Queen’s Staicase, the Sapona, Bayside Ice Cream Parlour, Inagua National Park, Snow Bay, and North Cat Cay Beach to name a few.
It is also a great place to have a honeymoon and even a destination wedding.
If you love shopping then the open air markets to straw vendors or large retail centers are for you. The Bahamas offers a plethora of unique authentic Bahamian products that reflect their heritage, creativity, and passion. Plenty of duty free items like watches and jewelry can be found throughout the island.
The Bahamas is also known for their stellar beaches. With over 2,000 breath taking islands, cays, and the cleanest water on earth, it is no wonder visitors come here from all around to sink their toes into the miles of pure white and in some places, pink sand. The average water temp is 80 degrees. This is a paradise for sure!
This is truly a beautiful island and the beaches alone would want me to visit. So, I absolutely do recommend the Bahamas as your next vacation spot.