The Bahamas consists of a chain of islands spread out over some 800 kilometres (500 mi) in the Atlantic Ocean, located to the east of Florida in the United States, north of Cuba and Hispaniola and west of the British Overseas Territory of the Turks and Caicos Islands (with which it forms the Lucayan archipelago).
The best kept secret of The Bahamas is the country’s sheer size and diversity. With 16 major islands, The Bahamas is an unmatched destination, a heart-pounding adventure across 100,000 square miles of the world’s clearest ocean spend a day in The Exumas with the world-famous swimming pigs. Then snorkel through an underwater cave, find a secret sandbar, and spot stingrays and starfish through crystal-clear waters its fishing for the big catch, and the stakes are high. It’s a competition against the world’s best with a grand prize on the line– a blue Marlins island hopping through the Exuma Cays is a truly extraordinary experience. Cruise the crystal clear waters to visit the swimming pigs, snorkel an underwater cave, and pet mellow nurse shark tuckeds away at the end of a winding unpaved road in Great Abaco is the creative world of The Johnston Art foundry .there are over 180 blue holes in Andros—natural wonders centuries in the making. And at Blue Holes National Park, there’s one that’s just right for an epic afternoon Androsia Batik has been called the unofficial fabric of The Bahamas, and it’s been handmade on Andros Island since the very beginning ...Junkanoo's standing as one of the Caribbean's most celebrated and spirited carnivals is undisputed.
From colourful costumes to exuberant dance routines, participants spend months preparing for the pageantry of this street parade accompanied by the steady beat of whistles, cowbells, horns, and goatskin drums that starts in the wee hours after midnight. Catch this celebration of Bahamian culture and history on Boxing Day—aka the day after Christmas—as well as on New Year's Day and many Saturdays throughout the summer. The largest Junkanoo celebration takes place on Bay Street, in downtown Nassau, but Bahamians across the 16 islands celebrate this joyful tradition.