Things to Do in Nassau

Top Things to Do in Nassau

Things to Do in Nassau

Top Attractions in Nassau


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  • Soheila L
    1 contribution
    I am so glad we waiting until the last day of our vacation to do this because if we had of done it earlier, nothing could have compared to it. It was everything we could have imagined. They took us places that prove travel magazines are real. The Spanish wells had to be my favorite. Never imagined standing in water, looking down and seeing a starfish. Then walking so far out into the ocean to a sand bar with pink sand. Adam was also a great bartender, my drink was never empty! Steve was a great captain. We will definitely do this again when we come back!
    Written 25 June 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • fdecker
    raleigh nc33 contributions
    Cabbage Beach on Paradise Island and Cable Beach on New Providence are the 2 best beaches on the island unless you have a boat or arrange transportation. Cable has gorgeous and more private side to the east of Baha Mar, nice beaches at Baha Mar, and an excellent stretch by Sandals. It is worth taking the #10 bus to spend the day here. In addition to the beach and snorkeling, there are water sports places with jet skis for rent. And Baha Mar has the largest casino in the Bahamas if you like to gamble.
    Written 23 June 2022
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  • Connor V
    2 contributions
    My wife and I booked the Royal Dolphin Swim and it was an amazing experience. Zandria was our guide and it was so unique and fun!

    Unfortunately,our trip that we had booked through our hotel had a bit of an issue with the timing of our tour, and my wife and I got a bit stranded without a credit card. Our bartender, Roscoe, along with Guest Services on the island were extremely generous and took care of us even though we had no payment options! He was very kind and we are very grateful for their hospitality. For everyone going to this island, make sure you bring a physical credit/debit card, or cash so you can soak up as much of this beautiful island as possible! Overall it was a great experience and we would love to come back and experience more.
    Written 15 June 2022
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  • BandLM
    Orlando, Florida65 contributions
    Just don't go for the resorts, go see this for the history. Be prepared to bring cash to tip the person who tells you about the history of the stairs. We walked down the stairs and took the shorter way back up. There is nearby shopping, which also is cash only.
    Written 11 June 2022
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  • Tcogle23
    Lancaster, PA6 contributions
    It was definitely worth the road trip to this park. We had read other reviews, and came because of the snorkeling... and it definitely matched the hype. It was about $48/person for guided snorkeling (half for self-guided). When we showed up on a Saturday at 11am, there were two guys that took my wife and I out by ourselves. They showed us the underwater statues and were very patient. The water was very choppy and the tide was high. I would recommend going during calmer conditions, but I cannot blame these guys. We were beginners, and they were patient with us. We had gone once before on an excursion, but this was much more advanced. The adventure was awesome with lots of great fish. After snorkeling, we walked down to Flipper Beach, and had the entire beach to ourselves (on Saturday in June). We stayed there for 3 hours and snorkeled on our own. The water and reefs were beautiful. There is also another beach further down in the park, but it was flooded due to recent weather. Great time!
    Written 11 June 2022
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  • 387indy
    Coral Springs, FL4,762 contributions
    Ardastra Gardens & Wildife Conservation is inexpensive very beautiful, lots of animals & birds. Well maintained exhibit.
    Written 19 February 2022
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  • fdecker
    raleigh nc33 contributions
    This is one of the two best easily accessible beaches on New Providence and Paradise, but see Cove and Paradise beaches as well. This is adjacent to the huge Atlantis Resort and there are water sports activities like parasailing and jet skiing available. Ask the locals for the best dive spots, but if you look for the rock jetttys at the east end of Cabbage or on the spit of land with rocks that separates Cove Beach from Paradise Beach, there is lots to see in and around there.
    The smooth white sand is perfect for sunbathing and swimming if the water is calm, but if the wind is up out of the North, the water becomes very choppy and they close the beach to swimming. The Cove or beaches on new providence that are sheltered by Paradise Island (like Jankanoo) are a good choice.
    Written 23 June 2022
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  • lrobertsw
    Halifax, Canada98 contributions
    Not a bad way to spend an hour or so. Some of the exhibits were so realistic looking. Learned alot about pirates!
    Written 28 April 2022
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  • Kim S
    3 contributions
    Loved this resort. It is beautiful and very friendly to people not staying at the resort. It is very expensive.
    Written 5 March 2022
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  • laurie m
    19 contributions
    Extremely busy with loud music playing from beach bars. Water clear but smelling of gasoline. Beach chairs and umbrellas avaliale fro ental and showers and public toilets avaliable too. If you want a quiet secluded beach give this one a skip. If you were going for the drinks and the party this is great for you.
    Written 15 June 2022
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  • P Jay
    North Carolina Mountains, NC697 contributions
    The Straw Market is nothing you haven't visited in other ports if you've cruised before and hit those ports. The only difference is that it's shaded.
    Written 17 March 2020
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  • DejaInCanada
    Fort Saint John, British Columbia, Canada135 contributions
    This beach is absolutely beautiful. We spent the entire day here with very few other people. We floated in the clear blue water for hours. We strolled down to an overturned boat a little way down the beach and saw so much amazing sea life at the water’s edge. And we watched the most amazing sun set before leaving. A highlight of our trip!!
    Written 24 May 2022
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  • Trevor
    Weston super Mare, UK563 contributions
    A great place to visit when in downtown Nassau. It is only a small place but it is packed full of information regarding the trade of slavery and emancipation. It brings the history of the slave trade home.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Jeff K
    Naples, FL837 contributions
    Nice piece of History. Great view of harbour and local islands. Parking is easy. Not long walk from parking. Nice history exhibits.
    Written 28 December 2021
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  • aztropic
    24 contributions
    Bay Street has recovered. Tourists have returned,and souvenir shops are mostly all open once again. Straw market is at least half occupied. Take jitney bus #10 for a cheap ride up and down bay Street to get an idea of other areas you may want to visit. Definitely visit the fish fry area for some authentic food.
    Written 7 June 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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