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The Graycliff Hotel is home to its own Graycliff Cigar Company that produces award-winning cigars on site.
The pink and white building is a beautiful example of the mingling of Bahamian-British and American Colonial architecture.
English is the national language of The Bahamas and is intertwined with an appealing Bahamian dialect.
With an inventory of more than 250,000 bottles from over 400 vintners in 15 countries, this wine cellar is recognized as one of the largest in the world.
Junkanoo is a true Bahamian cultural expression, noted for its vibrant costumes and invigorating sounds of goombay drums and copper bells.
Visit the Ardastra Gardens Zoo & Conservation Center and see the national bird of The Bahamas trained to perform a flamingo march
One of Nassau’s most popular historical attractions was hand-carved by slaves to honor Queen Victoria’s help in the abolition of slavery in the Bahamas.
Though The Bahamas were granted independence from Great Britain in 1973, you’ll find much evidence of Colonial influences on the island.
Fort Montague was built in 1741 to protect the eastern entrance of the Nassau Harbor and is the oldest of the three forts in The Bahamas.