There’s more to this 100,000-square-mile archipelago nation than sun, slots, and conch shells. Away from the crowded drags of Nassau and Grand Bahama lie miles of empty beach, world-class bonefishing, and secluded inns. On the sparsely inhabited Out Islands, snorkeling and social sensory deprivation are favorite pastimes. No matter what your kicks, there’s a Bahamian island where you’re sure to get them. Remote British-influenced islands are generally not known for their food, but you can expect perfectly serviceable meals—a lot of Andros lobster and cracked conch—and occasional memorable ones.Island description
Seven hundred strong (30 are populated), the islands of the Bahamas are among the Caribbean’s most popular destinations. Love to snorkel and dive? The Bahamas boast the world’s third longest barrier reef and visibility of over 200 feet. You can also explore the world’s longest underwater cave and cavern system at Lucayan National Park on Grand Bahama.

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