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Renowned as a maritime playground for sun-starved Americans, this stunning string of subtropical islands is so much more than a cruise-ship stopover. Stretched between the depths of the North Atlantic and Florida's eastern coast, the Bahamas comprises more than 700 islands and 2400 cays, most uninhabited, and all fringed by spectacular coral and fathomless ocean trenches. From the grit and bustle of funky Nassau to the vast mangroves of Andros, there's an astonishing array of beaches, reefs, forests and historic towns to be discovered, all within the compass of an hour's flight.
Appreciating pink beach, swimming with pigs, taking private airplanes…… The Bahamas can meet all these fantasy and provide a ideal enjoyable holiday. In this article, I would like to recommend some gorgeous places and dilicious food you should never miss. Follow me and let’s go to Bahamas!
Pig Island, also called Big Major Cay, is a small, uninhabited island in the Bahamas, which is now famous for its wild swimming pigs. Pig Beach is home for some of the world's happiest pigs. They can Swim in the turquoise waters, relax on the beach or take photos with tourists, seemingly the most popular animals on the island. It is said that the ancestor of these pigs is sailors who passed by and abandoned them there.
Every year a large number of visitors are attracted by these 'featured owners'. The pigs swim with the visitors and ask for food. Additionally, they enjoy surfing along the coast and welcome the visitors coming by boat.
Charles Allan Smith, a film producer, is making a documentary about the pigs on Pig Island, hoping to find evidence of how they were first taken into the water.
The pink beach is on Hubble Island, which has been named “the sexiest beach” in the world by U.S. News&World Report. Pink beach is about three miles longand the sand is truely pink. There are a luxury resort with 25 colorful cottages along the beach. The villas are a mix of Moroccan, Indian and Balinese styles.
The beautiful underwater world of the Bahamas is one of the most suitable diving waters in the world. Hidden beneath the crystal-clear waters are ancient shipwrecks, while colorful tropical fish dances beside you. This beautiful stretch of water is also a fishing paradise, with large marlin, swordfish and barracuda everywhere.
Located in the free port city of the Bahamas, Lucaya National Park is one of the most famous national parks in the Bahamas. The park was named after the remains of indigenous people discovered in 1986, confirming that the area was inhabited before the Columbus.
Lucaya National Park is lush, floral and scenic. The park is home to almost every type of plants in the Bahamas, and its winding paths and boardwalks take you to every corner of the park to admire its flora.
Especially from late spring to early summer, when bromeliads and orchids are blooming brightly on the roadside, the garden is fragrant. Like most island parks, Lucaya National Park has a beach called Golden Rock Bay, which is surround by tropical trees, such as cacao and palm trees.
Nassau, with its mild climate and mild temperature, has long and beautiful beaches, light-colored Georgian buildings, quaint wooden office buildings, shops, beautiful harbors, numerous historical sites and ancient castles, which is a perfect combination of nature and humanity.
Historic landmarks in Nassau includes Christ's cathedral and the British colonial hotel. Nassau also offers golf, diving, tennis, squash and many other sports for sports lovers. Both children and adults can find their favorite sports here.
The cuisine there is mainly seafood, such as conch meat, crayfish and various types of fish. Conch meat is so popular for its delicacy that it's served as a takeaway as well.
The Bahamas seems to be a treasure. These are only part of its fanscinating sites. Come to the Bahamas and explore your favorite sites.