Grand Bahama is the northernmost Bahamas archipelago. It's known for its beaches, reef-lined coves, mangrove swamps, and golf courses. The largest city, Freeport, is near popular beaches like Xanadu and has a duty-free shopping mall.
Eleuthera is a long, thin Bahamas island. It has pink sand beaches like French Leave Beach. Surfer's Beach near Gregory Town has big waves. Ten Bay Beach has shallow waters and a cave nearby.
It is a group of islands and barrier cays located in the northern Bahamas, east of Florida. Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park has underwater caves and coral reefs.
Paradise Island is ideal for families. It is the Bahamas' ‘poster child.' Paradise Island is connected to Nassau by two bridges, but it has everything you need.
The Exumas are a group of 350 islands and cays in the Bahamas. Most are uninhabited, except Great Exuma, which has a few upscale resorts like Sandals Emerald Bay. Exuma is known for its soft white sand beaches and turquoise waters.
For those looking for a (long) weekend getaway in the Bahamas, Harbour Island is a must.
The Abaco Islands are a sailing lover's paradise. The Abacos are one of the Bahamas' top islands to visit, whether to attend or participate in festive regattas or dive into the deep blue sea.
Bimini is 50 miles from Miami and was once a favourite of Ernest Hemingway, who found inspiration there.
Cat Island, with a population of 1,500, is one of the Bahamas' quieter islands, making it ideal for getting away from it all.