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  • 1

    Straw Market

    35 reviews

    The Straw Market in Nassau is where most people go to do their best haggling for souvenirs... and get their hair braided. The market vendors are pushy, everyone wants you to buy from them and they'll keep throwing prices at you until you either buy or manage to flea. It is a great place to find good deals on souvenirs, ...

    Popular withLocalFamiliesDesign
  • 2

    Bahamas Outdoors

    14 reviews

    like!!!

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 3

    Cable Beach

    14 reviews

    Just 10 minutes away and lovely beaches.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesAdventure
  • 4

    Nippers Beach Bar & Grill

    7 reviews

    Nippers is a "Must Due" while spending time in the Abaco's. Don't miss the Sunday Pig Rost. One of the most fun spots in all of the Bahamas! Great music, an awesome beach, have a world famous Nipper Grabber cocktail (I prefer frozen), bring your snorkeling gear for awesome snorkeling right off of the beach. Just a short boat ride ...

    Popular withFamiliesFoodiesNightlife
  • 5

    Blue Lagoon Island & Stingray City

    9 reviews

    Amazing place to bring family I go every year

    Popular withOutdoorFamilies
  • 6

    Bay Street - Nassau

    13 reviews

    On Bay Street are many Souvenir Stores, Liquor Stores, the Straw Market , Parliament and other Historic Features.

    Popular withBudgetLocalFamilies
  • 7

    Exuma Market

    8 reviews

    Exuma market has some of the best foods...if you can't find it here you can't find it in Exuma. Make sure you check when the delivery boat comes in for the best selection.

  • 8

    Parliament Square

    13 reviews

    This charming colonial style square in Nassau is home to government offices including the House of Assembly, the Senate, the Chambers of Parliament and the Victoria Statue.

    Popular withLocalHistory
  • 9

    Preacher's Cave

    8 reviews

    Historic landmark -- The place where the Eleutheran Adventurers took refuge after shipwrecking on the Devil's Backbone Barrier Reef in 1648. View this historic cave and along with many other blue holes and natural wonders with a tour offered by Capt. Scuba, "the Crocodile Dundee of North Eleuthera".

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 10

    Glass Window Bridge

    7 reviews

    This is a must. From the bridge between two parts of Eleuthera, you can admire the calm waters on the carribean side and at the same time the rough Atlantic ocean. Impressive! Be careful when the weather is bad, the bridge can be dangerous!

    Popular withSpiritual
  • 11

    Sandpiper Boutique

    7 reviews

    Located opposite the P&P

    Popular withHistory
  • 12

    Stocking Island

    6 reviews

    St. Francis Yacht Club dock; great restaurant

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 13

    Marina at Atlantis

    7 reviews

    Worth going to the Marina, you can just visit the aquarium - cost $40. If u have time the theme park could be quite fun. It's a bit pricey but its beautiful inside the Atlantis premisses.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 14

    UNEXSO

    5 reviews

    Loved, loved, loved being able to get in the water with a dolphin and to be able to have contact with them.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventure
  • 15

    Queen's Staircase

    7 reviews

    It's really not much, it's a long staircase that goes up a hill. There is a small waterfall and some some greenery here as well.

    Popular withBackpackersHistory
  • 16

    Cabbage Beach

    5 reviews

    A little bit crowded, the sand is very sticky and cold, the beach is beautiful. The water is so clear you can see your foot.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 17

    Club Med Beach

    5 reviews

    Driving Distance: at 2.5 Mi North of the property.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 18

    Albert Lowe Museum

    5 reviews

    A personal guided tour of the Albert Lowe Museum is given by one of his ancestors. It is the history or the island, it is a delightful tour, a must do, a small fee is charged to help maintain the museum but extra tips are always appreciated. A small shop selling history books and Alton Lowe prints is near the ...

    Popular withHistoryStudentsLocal
  • 19

    Minns Water Sports

    5 reviews

    Have ti have a boat!!

  • 20

    Fort Charlotte

    6 reviews

    Smaller. Amazing view from the top

    Popular withHistoryOutdoorLocal
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