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It’s Better in The Bahamas: Erin Explores Paradise

Posted by: Nassau Paradise Island on April 30, 2016

Book a fishing charter in Nassau Paradise Island, The BahamasDid you know that even though it covers a relatively small land area, The Bahamas consists of 700 islands? Of these, only about 30 are inhabited, including New Providence (where Nassau is located) and Paradise Island. But one thing that our islands have in common is they’re all beautiful.

When Erin and her family visited Nassau Paradise Island in April, they spent a day exploring nearby islands to experience a different side of Paradise. One of her favorite destinations was Sandy Toes Rose Island. Here, guests can enjoy a full-day excursion on this uninhabited private island where R&R abounds. Lounge in a hammock, snorkel, kayak, or simply soak up the sun on a private beach for the ultimate escape.

“It felt like a very different Bahamas, and it was quite close,” Erin recalls of Sandy Toes Rose Island. “We ate lunch (on a private beach). Seeing the little islands by boat was an incredible experience.”

Erin says there’s no shortage of reasons to visit Nassau Paradise Island. “It’s a beautiful destination all around! Boating, dining, shopping culture… The climate is beautiful and the beaches are the best!”

If you’re a fan of boating, there are plenty of opportunities to set sail in the waters around Nassau Paradise Island. Choose from a fishing charter, a snorkeling or catamaran cruise, or a high-speed powerboat adventure. With so many sailing experiences to choose from, you may need to spend more than one day on the water!

Set sail for your own Bahamas vacation! Start by checking out our current travel deals, then start planning your perfect getaway in Paradise. And if you’ve already spent time in Nassau Paradise Island, we’d love to hear about it – and we may even share your story on our blog! Discover for yourself why boating and sailing are better in The Bahamas.

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