WHAT TO DO WITH EIGHT HOURS IN NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS
Bahamian Taxi Driver Shares Insider Tips on How to Plan a Day Trip In Top Caribbean Cruise Port
NASSAU, The Bahamas – Jan. 9, 2011 – Thousands of cruise ships arrive in Nassau’s Port of Call each year, offering cruisers an opportunity to experience The Islands Of The Bahamas capital city. In a location that is bustling with activities and attractions, visitors frequently ask questions such as ‘what are the top family attractions’ and ‘where can I find the best Bahamian food’ when attempting to create an itinerary that meets the desires of all companions.
In a new Islands Of The Bahamas web story, ‘Nassau, Bahamas for Day Trippers’ Bahamian native and veteran taxi driver Stephanie Johnson shares her insight and recommendations for cruise passengers docked on day trips to Nassau. From water-based activities like diving and snorkeling, dolphin encounters or simply lounging beachside, to shopping, cultural sites and island tours, Johnson says planning for a day trip in Nassau holds many possibilities. Some of her top recommendations include:
To view the ‘Eight Hours in Nassau’ web story as well as other Islands Of The Bahamas videos, visit The Bahamas YouTube page.
In addition to attractions referenced in the web story, day trippers should also visit:
The Islands Of The Bahamas have a place in the sun for everyone from Nassau and Paradise Island to Grand Bahama to The Abaco Islands, The Exuma Islands, Harbour Island, Long Island and others. Each island has its own personality and attractions for a variety of vacation styles with some of the world’s best scuba diving, fishing, sailing, boating, as well as, shopping and dining. The destination offers an easily accessible tropical getaway and provides convenience for travelers with preclearance through U.S. customs and immigration, and the Bahamian dollar at par with the U.S. dollar. Do everything or do nothing, just remember It’s Better in The Bahamas. For more information on travel packages, activities and accommodations, call 1-800-Bahamas or visit www.Bahamas.com. Look for The Bahamas on the web on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. To purchase one-of-a-kind items from The Bahamas, visit www.eshopbahamas.com.
Lauren Lane Anita Johnson-Patty
Weber Shandwick Bahamas Ministry of Tourism
(212) 445-8303 (954) 236-9292