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It’s Better in The Bahamas: Melania’s Underwater Adventures

Posted by: Nassau Paradise Island on September 17, 2016

Family on a boat preparing to snorkelThe white-sand beaches and beautiful blue waters of The Bahamas are truly breathtaking. Guests from around the world flock to the island to dive in, sail away and indulge in the sparkling sea. Just ask Melania and her family. They visited Nassau Paradise Island last spring and couldn’t get enough of the island’s picturesque coastline.

Melania and her family stayed at Atlantis Paradise Island, just one of our many beachfront resorts that allow you wake up to stunning seaside views and fall asleep to the sounds of waves crashing on the shore. Melania loved the resort’s proximity to the beach and its easy access to the ocean.

Whether it was swimming, snorkeling or sailing, there were just so many water activities for the family to enjoy on Nassau Paradise Island. Melania’s favorite was diving — and we can see why! With dramatic underwater landscapes, colorful ocean beauty, and rare marine life, The Bahamas offers spectacular scuba diving that’s fun for the whole family.

Luckily for the family, their stay at Atlantis gave them full access to the resort’s many water adventures. They could snorkel alongside tropical fish and even board a catamaran for a diving adventure, which was perfect for Melania. The excursion took the family out to sea, where they could dive in, admire the coral reef and explore a shipwreck at the bottom of the ocean.

Melania and her family fell in love with Nassau Paradise Island and had the best time both on and off the shore. We think Melania couldn’t have said it better when she described the island as “a paradise!”

Have you always dreamed of exploring our Bahamian shores? Check out our current travel deals and start planning your next vacation. Do you have a favorite family memory from a trip to paradise? Share your Bahamas experience with us and you could be featured in next week’s blog post.

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