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5 Top Tourist Attractions In Bahamas

Bahamas, an archipelago with views that can make you fascinated with its beauty. Many wonderful tourist attractions in Bahamas. Thousands of tourists attracted to the Bahamas because of the stunning views beaches, clear blue sea that stretches in front of him, and exotic tropical climate. The air is always warm temperatures throughout the year, making you feel at home for a long time playing on the beach. Of the total 700 islands in the Bahamas, only 40 are occupied by humans. One of the largest uninhabited island is Andros Island. Meanwhile, the center of industrial activity is concentrated in the Bahamas Grand Bahama Island.

Here are top tourist attractions in Bahamas:

1. Cabbage beach

Cabbage Beach is one of the best Bahamas beaches. Broad beaches, stretching along 2 miles, make this beach an ideal destination for sunbathers and sand-castle builders. The clear, calm waters are excellent for swimming and snorkeling. Casinos, restaurants and hotels line the beach. Cabbage beach is filled with tropical trees such as coconut, casuarinas and sea grape. Other popular beaches in Bahamas are the Gold Rock Beach, Xanadu Beach and Lucaya Beach

2. Andros Island

As the largest island in Bahamas. Andros Island is the Bahamas’ natural wonder. It’s a great place for a wedding or honeymoon, but for eco travelers, kayakers, bird watchers, hikers, snorkelers, divers and fishermen the big island of The Bahamas is the ideal vacation destination. In fact, the island boasts of one of the largest barrier reefs in the world. In this reef, you will see elkhorn corals and other coral formations stretching out more than 100 miles.

3. Blue Lagoon Island

Blue Lagoon Island is a private island situated 5 km (three miles) from Nassau, Bahamas and serves as a local tourist attraction. In here you can Swim in the calm lagoon, relax on the beach, enjoy water sports, feast on a grilled lunch, sip refreshing tropical drinks, or just do nothing but watch the coconut palms sway as you lounge in a hammock.

4. Lucayan National Park

This park takes its name from the "Lucayans," original inhabitants of The Bahamas. It has one of the longest charted underwater cave systems in the world, more than six miles. The park filled with mangrove, palm and pine trees, Freeport's Lucayan National Park also contains beautiful white sand beaches, the impressive Gold Rock Creek and one of the longest underwater limestone caves in the world. You can do cave exploration where you will see the interesting rock formations in the caves and kayaking down a mangrove lined creek.

5. Paradise island Outdoor Aquarium

Paradise Island Outdoor Aquarium is the Atlantis resort in Paradise Island is home to 200 marine species like sharks, jelly fishes, green eels, and lobsters to name a few. This popular tourist attractions has 11 exhibit lagoons where tourists can see 200 species of different marine animals. The Acrylic tunnels that undermine the sea creatures' habitat enable tourists to see piranhas, lobsters, jellyfish, green eels, sharks, giant groupers. You can see many other creatures as well in their natural habitats.