Venture to Cable Beach and Fort Fincastle—just a couple of the popular sights around Westward Villas Subdivision.
Ride Jet Skis and fly parasails, soak up the sun or relax at a beachfront bar at this popular resort-lined beach.
This enormous water park is one of the largest in the world. You’ll find something for everyone in the family within its 11 pools and 18 waterslides.
Overlooking the city of Nassau, these historic ruins were once responsible for protecting the city from invading forces.
White sand, crystal-clear water and lively beachfront establishments have made this the go-to beach for visitors to the most populated island of the Bahamas.
Named to celebrate the 65 years of Queen Victoria’s rule, these limestone stairs flanked by a waterfall are an important landmark in the nation’s capital.
Chat with local vendors and shop for handicrafts and Bahamian souvenirs at this bustling market.
Delve into the underwater world of the Bahamas, exploring marine movie sets, eerie sunken wrecks, and vibrant coral reefs teeming with tropical sea life on this guided snorkeling excursion.
Sail through Nassau harbor on a 20-minute catamaran cruise, then arrive at beautiful Blue Island Lagoon, where you’ll spend the day relaxing on white sandy beaches and swimming in a calm turquoise lagoon.
Hop aboard a high-speed powerboat and jet across the waves to the serene and stunning Exuma Cays. Encounter the endangered Bahamian dragon, feed stingrays and sharks, kick back on a pristine beach, and enjoy a delicious waterfront lunch with an open bar during your day on this secluded isle.
Hit the pavement to explore the sights, sounds, and intoxicating flavors of Nassau on a guided food tour through the city’s charming historic center. Sample 6 local specialties as you follow your intrepid and charismatic guide from one beloved eatery to the next.
Get up close with stingrays right from the beach during your Stingray Encounter. The Southern Stingray can grow up to four feet in diameter and you can meet them on Balmoral Island. Upon arrival on the island, you are greeted by the staff, given a short orientation, and then start your stingray encounter.
Explore the Caribbean waters at your own pace with full-day access to non-motorized water sports from kayaks to inflatables.
See why the Exuma Cays are some of the most extraordinary islands in the Caribbean
Experiencing local food and fun in the capital of the Bahamas
Making the cruising experience your destination
Downtown Nassau is known for its beaches, and you can plan a trip to Fort Fincastle and Straw Market while you're in town.