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The Bahamas

The Bahamas

The Bahamas: A journey through Tropical Pearls.

Situated in the North of the Caribbean Sea, the Bahamas is an archipelago composed of about 700 islands scattered around between Cuba, Haiti, and Florida. Discovered by Christopher Colombus, the islands were first occupied by Spanish and British settlers. Thus, the History of this tropical and exceptional country has been marked by many battles and fights against colonization and slavery. Today, this heritage is showcased to visitors to make them discover everything the island has been through. All 700 islands have a lot for to explore. Choose one to step foot on and begin the exploration.

The first island you should stop by is New Providence, where is located the capital of the Bahamas, Nassau. The city is indeed the cultural and historical reference for tourists visiting the archipelago. Take a tour of Fort Montagu built in the 18th century to defend the island against Spanish invaders and discover the functioning of such a fortress. For people passionate about History, the buildings around the city perfectly reflect the colonial architecture and offer the visitors the occasion to discover more about what happened during the colonial era in the Bahamas. Nassau is a dynamic city, filled with bars, restaurants, as well as museums. Take a few minutes to book a culinary tour around the city and have a taste of the local products.

Visit Eleuthera and fall in love with some of the wonders which can only be found in the Bahamas. Spend some time on the most beautiful beaches around the world. Lie down for a few hours on the exceptional Pink Sand Beach! On Eleuthera, you also get the opportunity to see the Glass Window Bridge: a natural bridge which separates the deep blue coloured Atlantic Ocean and the turquoise-coloured water of the bay.

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