10 Nature Photos That Show Off The Beauty Of The Bahamas
The Bahamas is known for its brilliant turquoise waters and pristine white sand beaches, but its natural beauty extends far beyond the beach. We’ve scoured our #InstaParadise archive for ten nature photos that showcase the beautiful blooms and trees you’ll see when exploring Nassau Paradise Island. Whether you’re enjoying one of our Eco Tours, heading to a nearby cay on a boating excursion, or simply exploring the grounds of your Bahamas hotel or resort, we think you’ll find that beauty is all around when you’re in Paradise!
PALM TREES OCEAN BREEZE
There are several species of palm trees throughout the tropics and Islands of The Bahamas. Keep your eyes peeled for a silver top palm—you can identify it by the silvery hairs on the underside of its leaves. And don’t forget to try a refreshing coconut drink when you’re lounging at one of our beautiful beaches in Nassau Paradise Island!
A warm breeze rustling the palm trees and a beautiful rainbow spanning the sky, what could be better?
There’s nothing like the sight of a tropical sun shining through palm leaves to make you realize you’re in Paradise.
These lovely small flowers can be found all throughout Nassau Paradise Island and the islands of the Caribbean. You’ll find these paper-thin flowers blooming on dense thorny bushes and vines all throughout the year. They come in a wide variety of colors, too: pure white, bright oranges and yellows, deep pinks and purples…How many can you spot?
Rows upon rows of bougainvillea add some vibrant tropical color to the manicured grounds of the Versailles Gardens at The Ocean Club.
We love how you can see the water droplets on the bougainvillea’s delicate petals in this shot taken just after a tropical shower.
The yellow elder is the national flower of The Bahamas. These trumpet-shaped yellow flowers grow in clusters and bloom throughout the year. Keep your eyes peeled for these blooms as you take a walking tour of Nassau or while you stroll to a restaurant with a view for lunch.
The vibrant color of the yellow elder pop against the pastel colors of buildings in downtown Nassau.
The yellow elder is not only recognizable by the color that gives it its name, but also by the bouquet-like clusters it forms when it blooms.
This truly spectacular bloom is a sign of summer in The Bahamas. These deep orange flowers bloom annually during the summer months, when they fill their trees with stunning color before falling to the ground creating a lush carpet of petals.
Oh, those summer blooms! The sight of bright poinciana flowers and a stunning blue Bahamas sky are a sure sign you’re in Paradise.
Up close you can see the way the fern-like leaves of the poinciana, also called royal poinciana, spread out to catch the Bahamian sunshine. Want to see these Bahamas blooms in person? Check out our travel deals and start planning your summer getaway.
Possibly one of the most popular tropical flowers, hibiscus can come in many colors, sizes and petal shapes. Not only are you likely to see them throughout Nassau Paradise Island, you may even see them on your plate at one of our restaurants in The Bahamas—the hibiscus flower is completely edible.
Easily identified by the prominent stigma at the center of each bloom, these beautiful flowers come in a variety of tropical hues.
Hibiscus bloom all year round in The Bahamas so you’ll see them no matter when you plan your vacation to Nassau Paradise Island!
What’s your favorite natural sight in Nassau Paradise Island? Are there any beautiful blooms you think we’ve missed? Start planning your next vacation to Paradise, and share your stunning nature photos using the hashtag #InstaParadise.