Breezes Bahamas in Nassau appeals to travelers of all types, including the outdoor enthusiast. Its all-inclusive rate covers accommodations, meals, drinks, snacks and an abundance of outdoor activities such as tennis, water-skiing, kayaking, rock-climbing, cycling and volleyball.
The Garden of Eden, located within Breezes Bahamas, offers informal indoor and outdoor dining. It features French and Asian cuisine. Dinner is served only between 6 and 10 p.m., and reservations are required.
Attractions: Glass Window Bridge
Located on Eleuthra Island, the Glass Window Bridge is a man-made bridge that replaced the Glass Window, a geologic formation that was destroyed by a hurricane. It offers panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
Attractions: Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park
Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park in the Exuma Islands is not only the Bahamas' oldest park, but also the first land and sea park in the world, established in 1959.
A no-take marine fishery reserve exists here, as do many cays for scuba-diving enthusiasts.
Activities: Grand Bahama Nature Tours
Grand Bahama Nature Tours on Grand Bahama Island offers fully guided eco tours, including kayaking, snorkeling, biking, hiking, Jeep and bird watching. The tours accommodate all levels of skill and abilities and are appropriate for children and adults.
Activities: Powerboat Adventures
Powerboat Adventures in Nassau offers boating tours where guests can snorkel and feed wild stingrays, sharks and iguanas. Explore cays and reefs on a 1,000 hp offshore powerboat.
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