Bahamas Travel Guide

Bahamas Travel Guide
The Bahamas is a spectacular place to visit. When traveling to The Bahamas there are countless outdoor activities to discover. Escape your everyday worries while you explore snorkeling, fishing, diving and sailing. Experience the soft sand on your feet and see the clearest blue water on earth.

Snorkeling

Bring or rent your own underwater gear to get close to marine life. You can explore on your own or take a guided tour. View vibrant school of fish, numerous coral reefs and swim with the dolphins. Trendy places to go snorkeling are Booby Rock Channel, Rose Island Reefs, the Gambier Deep Reef and the Goulding Reef Cays.

Kayaking

Many hotels and resorts offer the opportunity to go kayaking. Otherwise, you can select to take an adventure-kayaking trip or have a guided tour. Roam the shore to discover hidden caves, uninhabited cays and remote beaches when you sea-kayak. You are able to book a kayaking trip with The Out Islands of The Bahamas.

Sailing

The Bahamas is 50 miles from the Florida coast and consist of 32 ports for you to explore the breathtaking islands. Join the 100,000 boaters who escape to The Bahamas via sailing or boating a year. You can capture a live water voyage by sailing on a number of private charters, yachts, catamarans and boats that are available.

Diving

Divers can choose from 25 dive locations. Dive the water to explore inland blue holes, sunken Spanish galleons, coral reefs, marine life and caves. Some adventurous dive expeditions allow divers to feed and swim with reef sharks. Contact the Grand Bahamas Scuba at (242) 373-9791, Sunn Odyssey Diver at (866) OK2-DIVE or Viva Diving Bahamas at (877) 260-4669 to locate a place to dive.

Hiking

Go on a nature hike alone or have a professional tour guide help you learn about the vast plants, wildlife and the island's distinctive animals. Many tours offer a brief ecology history, such as The Bimini Nature Hiking Trails. You schedule a guided nature trail hike with many of the local hotels. Interested visitors may have the chance to hike Mount Alvernia the highest point in The Bahamas.

Article Written By Kyla Chele Cambrooke

Kyla Chele Cambrooke has written content and radio commercials since 1999. Her work appears on Real Beauty, Dexknows WEDDINGS and Bed & Breakfast Inns Online. She has been a part of "S.I. KIDS," "People en Espanol," "Association Meetings" and "Stitch." She covers beauty, footwear, weddings and accessories. Cambrooke attended the University of Maryland in the Bachelor of Arts program focusing on communication studies.

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