Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Romantic Places in Bahamas, Bahamas

Bahamas is s an island country of the Lucayan Archipelago consisting of more than 700 islands, cays, and islets in the Atlantic Ocean. It’s a famous travel destination especially the couple because of its pristine beaches and natural wonders. Just 50 miles from Florida, you get the opportunity to soak yourself on one of the beaches of Bahamas. The soft sand, the blue sea, along with a number of activities will surely make you fall in love with this gorgeous place. This island country is a heaven for travelers all through the year. Make your visit all the more memorable by adding theses places to your list of “MUST SEE IN BAHAMAS”.

10 Top Romantic Places in Bahamas

1. Andros Island

Andros is the largest landmass in the Bahamas. It has the third largest barrier reef in the world, as well as many freshwater blue holes and underwater caves. Fishing and boating are a big hit on this island. Andros has the largest protected area in the Bahamas with five national parks.

Andros Bahamas

Photo Credit- Tim Horton

2. Green Turtle Cay

This peaceful island is three-mile-long and is a greatly loved secrete for those who are on a lookout for peace. This sparsely populated beaches with its crystal clear waters offer superb swimming, diving, snorkeling, and boating opportunities. Bone fishing is also a popular quest.

Green Turtle Cay

Photo Credit – Lorenia

3. Paradise Island Outdoor Aquarium

The Paradise Island Outdoor Aquarium has 11 lagoons where you can see 200 species of different marine animals. The Acrylic allows the tourists to see piranhas, lobsters, jellyfish, green eels, sharks, giant groupers and many more.

Paradise Island Aquarium

Photo Credit – Nugget04

4. Bimini

Bimini, also called "Big Game Fishing Capital of The Bahamas", is the closest of the islands to the U.S. mainland. Bimini hosts popular deep-sea fishing tournaments from March to September. It even provides diving and snorkeling opportunities.

Bimini Bahamas

Photo Credit – Venture Minimalists

5. Abaco National Park

It encompasses over 20,500 acres of pine forest and is the main home for the scarce Bahamas Parrot and many other main species of Bahamian wildlife. It covers a large area of the Great Abaco water table. It is the first major park to be created in the Bahamas in more than 20 years.

Abaco National Park

Photo Credit – Birder20714

6. Long Island

Almost 80 miles long and no more than 4 miles wide, Long Island has sandy beaches on the west coast and steep, rocky cliffs along the east. The island is a retreat for fishing, diving, and boating. It has many beautiful pink and white sand beaches. Long Island is also home to Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest in the world.

Long Island Bahamas

Photo Credit – Megan Amaral

7. Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park

Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park has in store some of the most outstanding seascapes in the Bahamas. Divers and boaters come here for the excellent anchorages, rich marine life, and crystal clear waters.

Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park

Photo Credit – Andy and Jess Cornwell

8. Lucayan National Park

This Park offers to tourists countless number of activities like spelunking or cave exploration where you will see the fascinating rock formations in the caves or you can kayak down a mangrove lined creek. Swimming in the beaches ruled by coral sands is the favorite of all.

Lucayan National Park

Photo Credit – Christopher Connell

9. Bahamas Historical Society Museum

This historical museum shows the island’s history from the time of Columbus to the present. You will find here many Lucayan-Taino-Arawak artifacts. The artifacts here give the tourists a chance to explore the life of the natives since ages.

10. Blue Holes and Caves

Blue Holes are caves or sinkholes that contain both freshwater and saltwater and are enclosed by land or sea. The water is dark blue at depth or at the centre and light blue at the shallow area or the area close to land. There are a number of blue holes in the Bahamas. They are found on nearly all the islands.

Blue Holes and Caves

Photo Credit – Malorie Eichenlaub

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