Primeval Forest National Park

Primeval Forest is an 8.6 acre undisturbed woodland on the southwestern end of Nassau. Primeval Forest offers a unique opportunity to see what Nassau looked like thousands of years ago before developm...

Captain Bill’s Blue Hole – Andros

Captian Bill’s Blue Hole, is one of the largest on the island and easiest to reach. This inland blue hole is 440 feet in diameter and is one of many of a fascinating network of blue holes dotti...

Blue Lagoon – Day Away

Blue Lagoon Island is a short boat ride away from Paradise Island, 3 miles by boat to be exact. You can go for a relaxing day away from Nassau or choose one of thier activities to fill your day. How t...

The Salt Beacon – Little Exuma

Near Williamstown up on a cliff is The Salt Beacon, A tuscan styled column built in the 1900’s  that functioned as a un-lit guide for ships to the salt port. Because Exuma is so flat it was per...

Ocean Hole | Rock Sound, Eleuthera

The Ocean Hole is an inland blue hole filled with fish. Visitors can swim, explore the area and feed the fish, but no fishing is allowed. The surrounding area has nice pathways, a covered gazebo and...

Exploring: Clifton Heritage National Park

Clifton encompasses walking trails, a reef teeming with fish and coral for awesome snorkeling, a grilling and picnic area, beautiful secluded beaches, the ruins of a slave village and a gift shop. Cli...

Kayaking with Ultimate Tours Bahamas

I was scrolling through Facebook one day and came across Ultimate Tours Bahamas Facebook page, after looking through the photos and reviews I decided I wanted to do a kayaking tour. Booking was as sim...

Touring: Down Too Earth Adventure Farm

I didn’t even know about Down Too Earth Adventure Farm until my dad did a farming course there and told me about it. The amount of native fruits, plants and animals on the farm were also a surpr...