Atlantis Bahamas: Sightseeing In The Bahamas

Posted by Nick Niesen on October 29th, 2010

Considering a trip to the Atlantis Bahamas? If you?ve never been to the Bahamas, you don?t know what you?ve been missing. The Bahamas have some of the major tourist destinations in the world, and they offer a truly unique experience. Many people dream of a vacation in the Bahamas, whether they get there through business or pleasure. You may want to consider focusing your trip on the Atlantis Bahamas, a world-class resort near the main city of Nassau. A trip to the Atlantis Bahamas need not be as expensive as you may think.

There are two main islands: New Providence Island and Grand Bahama Island. There are also several smaller islands, which include Abacos, Acklins, Andros, The Berry Islands, Bimini, Cat Island, Eleuthera, The Exumas, Inagua, Mayaguana, and San Salvador. All of the islands offer beautiful sites to vacation. All feature crystal turquoise waters, endless stretches of white sand beaches and beautiful weather combine to create a vacation that?s hard to duplicate anywhere else.

Several commercial airlines fly to the Bahamas, which is a very short flight from Florida. If you plan your trip around a stay at the Atlantis Bahamas, you can fly directly to Nassau, and then take a short taxi ride to Paradise Island (just a short drive over a bridge connecting Paradise Island to the mainland). Another option is to take a cruise. Nassau is a very popular stopover for cruise ships from almost every line. Check with your travel agent regarding what identification and paperwork are required for traveling to the Bahamas. Passport and Visa regulations have undergone some changes recently, and you don?t want to end up without some crucial identification.

Need to relax? Your options are limited only by your imagination. The beaches are second to none, and strolling through the gentle wavelets where ocean meets land is an experience you won?t want to miss. If you like to sunbathe, there are tons of deserted (or relatively deserted) beaches. Grab a section of beach to yourself, and enjoy some sun! If you like to golf, there are several world-class golf courses located in the Bahamas. If you prefer gambling, there are several casinos that offer all sorts of sports betting, slot machines and table games to keep you busy for as long as you want to linger. Again, if you plan your Bahamas trip around a stay at the Atlantis Bahamas, all of these activities will be a short stroll from your hotel room!

The locals are friendly, and they love welcoming new visitors. Shopping is truly a unique experience; with many shops that offer items you can?t get back home. English is the primary language in the Bahamas, so you don?t need to worry about a language barrier.

If you visit the Bahamas, make sure you at least wander through Atlantis Bahamas, the largest resort in the country. Atlantis Bahamas is aworld-class, and houses the largest casino in the islands. Atlantis Bahamas is the destination for many families, conferences, conventions, and can accommodate several thousand attendees.

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