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The Bahamas is comprised of 700 unique islands sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean. The archipelago is an ecological oasis, boasting clear waters, the largest colony of pink flamingos, numerous nature preserves and several species of endangered iguanas. The shallow waters make wildlife abundant and not a day goes by where there isn't something curious to see you.


Each island offers its own unique opportunities for adventure, from diving sunken ships and planes to visiting the swimming pigs in the Exumas. You can fish or explore local culture and ecotourism, walk secluded beaches or snorkel protected reefs and lagoons. Bird watch, explore natural caves, the world's deepest blue hole or visit the third-largest fringing barrier reef.

The Bahamas offers something for everyone and more than enough to keep you coming back.

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