If you’ve traveled to The Bahamas before (or spent some time scrolling through our Instagram feed!), you know how naturally beautiful Nassau Paradise Island is. Our crystal-clear waters, lush greenery, and colorful tropical plants are much more than just a vibrant background for photo ops–they’re also home to hundreds of species of animals, fish, and birds, and part of a delicate ecosystem that needs protection.
Luckily, our partners are working hard on initiatives that will help protect our islands and the waters that surround them, keeping them clean and pristine for generations to come. Read on to learn about some of the conservation initiatives that are underway in The Bahamas.
The Atlantis Blue Project Foundation
With the world’s largest marine habitat which houses 50,000 marine animals from more than 250 species, the team at Atlantis is working hard to educate guests about marine life while providing entertaining, engaging experiences. When you participate in marine interactions or experiences at Atlantis, Paradise Island, your admission fees are helping to support The Atlantis Blue Project Foundation, a program that’s committed to saving sea species and their habitats throughout The Bahamas and the surrounding waters.