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Say Yes to The Bahamas
With 16 island destinations to choose from, The Islands Of The Bahamas offer a variety of distinct island experiences for destination weddings of all styles, sizes and budgets. From vibrant and glamorous Nassau, to cosmopolitan yet exotic Grand Bahama Island, and the romantic, secluded and personal Out Islands such as The Abacos, Eleuthera, The Exumas, Bimini or Harbour Island, there truly is something for everyone. Watch as engaged couple Elizabeth and John share their wedding planning experience in The Bahamas.
How to Plan a Destination wedding in The Bahamas
The Islands Of The Bahamas offer an endless array of options for destination weddings. With 16 island destinations to choose from, there is something for every couple, whether they picture a celebration with friends on a spectacular beach, a gazebo overlooking the ocean, or a mix of traditional ceremony and tropical touches.
Nassau, Bahamas for Day Trippers
What are the "must-see" attractions if you only have a few hours on Nassau? Ride along with Bahamian taxi driver Stephanie Johnson as she shares recommendations for cruise passengers docked on day trips to Nassau, Bahamas.
A true haven for scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, sailing and yachting in The Bahamas, Long Island is meant to be explored at sea with relaxing intermissions on land. Waves of the Atlantic crash into dramatic cliffs along Long Island's east side, while coral reef, schools of fish and soft sand beach frame its west. Explore shallow and deep dive sites and the famous Dean's Blue Hole, and the caves, old plantation ruins, quaint villages and towering hilltop memorial to Christopher Columbus that features outstanding oceanic views.
San Salvador Island
San Salvador Island's rich history includes its distinction as the place where explorer Christopher Columbus made his first landfall during his historic voyage to the New World. Four separate monuments mark the spot, but moreover travelers are drawn to San Salvador for the serenity, fishing, diving, sailing, handicrafts and guided tours. Twenty eight miles Southwest of San Salvador lies Rum Cay Island, a tiny oasis that attracts divers, snorkelers and fishermen because of the sparkling, clear blue waters surrounding the Island and the many colorful reefs in the area.