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Beach Lovers: It’s Better in The Bahamas

Posted by: Nassau Paradise Island on June 3, 2010

DSC0016-2It’s no secret. The #1 reason vacationers escape to The Islands Of The Bahamas is for the sun, sand and the sea. With water temperatures averaging around 80 degrees Fahrenheit year-round, toe-wiggling sand that stretches for miles and aqua marine waters which can be seen from space, who could blame them?

Many use the word “beautiful” to describe the beaches on Nassau Paradise Island. But with sand as white as sheets and crystal clear turquoise waters, “beautiful” almost seems like an understatement. But we can agree that one of the most beautiful thing about the beaches in Nassau Paradise Island is that there are 17 of them.

The beaches of Nassau Paradise Island also offer as much or as little activity as you would like to have in the sand. Dive in for a snorkeling adventure and explore some of the best reefs and marine life around. Make a splash with a handful of watersports including snorkeling, scuba diving, boating and sailing – to name a few. Don’t forget, basking under the sun is also an adventure of its own. When you get hungry from doing everything or nothing at all, try a selection of waterfront dining, where you’ll still be a hop away from the beach.

Another “beautiful” thing about the beaches on Nassau Paradise Island is they are perfect for all types of vacationers. Whether you’re spending time as a family, rekindling a romance, or re-connecting with friends, nothing beats a day spent on soft sands and shimmering waters. Our Beaches of Nassau Paradise Island video will give you a wonderful look at what the beaches have to offer. However, we must warn you; you will be left with an incredible sense of yearning.

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