Nassau/Paradise Island
By Jasmine McGee

If you want to feel the island breeze gently kiss your face, then look no further than the beauty of Paradise Island/Nassau Bahamas. Known for it’s world-class resorts and sandy beaches, Paradise Island/Nassau, Bahamas is a gorgeous destination for your next vacation.

There is so much to do and see in Nassau/Paradise Island, but the first thing you’ll need to do is get there! can help you book your flight today to Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), the largest airport in the Bahamas. Click here ( to begin searching for your next flight to the wonders of Nassau/Paradise Island. After you’ve booked your flight, you might be overwhelmed by the numerous options of places to stay. Whether you’d like to stay at a luxury hotel or a world-class resort, you can click here ( to use’s hotel finder and secure your accommodations.

Now that you’ve got your flight booked and a place to stay, you’ll want to figure out where on earth to do while in Nassau/Paradise Island. There is so much to do! The island has many activities to do that are perfect for couples looking for island romance, families seeking fun in the sun, and tourists that are in search of learning the unique island culture. You’ve got many options to choose from, so select an itinerary that suits your individual needs.

Whether you’re a couple or a family, one thing that you’ll surely want to experience is the watersports in Nassau/Paradise Island. Have you ever wanted to swim with dolphins? Well then, Dolphin Cay at Atlantis Resorts is the place to be. Dolphin Cay is a 14-acre dolphin habitat that allows visitors to get up close and personal with the bottlenose dolphins. You can deep water swim alongside the dolphins, wade in waist-deep water for up-close interaction, and even spend the day as a trainer and learn how to fed and train the dolphins. Pretty cool. Oh, and don’t forget to come face-to-face with the sea lions that are also home to Dolphin Cay. Sea lions and dolphins, how much cooler can it get?

If you’re looking for more activities to do in the water, then check out the diving, sailing, watersports, and fishing that the area has to offer. And if you don’t feel like venturing out into the ocean, then visit Aquaventure Waterpark at Atlantis. The park is home to a huge selection of swimming areas, pools, water slides, and the famous The Mayan Temple: a huge tower with 5 waterslides. You will have hours of fun riding the slides and enjoy the water thrills, and then you can go bathe in the sun and wait for the beauty of the nightlife to settle in.

Nightlife in Nassau/Paradise is truly worth experiencing. The nightlife is a booming industry that is home to casinos, clubs, bars, and restaurants. You’ll want to change out of your swimsuit and change into your nightlife attire so you can get ready to spend the evening mingling with the locals, tourists, and enjoying the exhilarating culture of Nassau/Paradise Island. recommends that you set aside a few days vacation time to truly enjoy the beauty of Nassau/Paradise Island. Instead of reading about it, why not go begin searching for a flight and book your next trip today!

MUST SEE IN Nassau/Paradise Island LIST:

  • 1. Blue Lagoon Island
  • 2. Atlantis Aquarium
  • 3. Fort Fincastle
  • 4. Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Center
  • 5. Pirates of Nassau Museum
  • 6. Cable Beach
  • 7. Predator Lagoon
  • 8. Aquaventure Water Park
  • 9. Dolphin Cay Atlantis
  • 10. Parliament Square

Nassau/Paradise Island EVENT CALENDAR:

  • 1. Marathon Bahamas - January
  • 2. Bahamas Red Cross Fair - March
  • 3. Annual International Cultural Festival - October
  • 4. Nassau Cup Ocean Race - November


British Colonial Hilton Nassau Hotel
1 West Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas
By Keleigh M. Quinn

Get a taste of paradise at the British Colonial Hilton Nassau hotel. Located right in downtown Nassau, this hotel is ideal for vacations or business trips to the area. It is only 20 minutes from the Nassau International Airport and walking distance to shopping, restaurants and downtown. Take a stroll to the Straw Market to look for souvenirs or head to the Crystal Palace Casino to try your luck. You can head to Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center or plan a snorkeling trip to see the beautiful coral reefs.

This is the only hotel in the downtown area of Nassau with its own private beach. Enjoy the feel of white sand between your toes and take a swim or a sail in the beautiful water. There is also an outdoor swimming pool that overlooks the ocean. Stay active with a trip to the fitness center, or play a game on the basketball court.

Once you head into the hotel, you will be surrounded by luxury and beautiful décor. There is over 13,000 ft2 of meeting and event space available, making this the perfect place to have a wedding, business meeting or other event. The guest rooms and suites offer views of the ocean or city, and many if the rooms have been recently renovated. You will find a separate work area in all rooms, and sofas in select rooms. All rooms and public spaces offer complimentary high speed wireless internet for your convenience. In addition, flat screen televisions are provided, with premium movie channels included. You will have a coffee make, mini refrigerator, and radio with MP3 player connectivity, as well.

You can also enjoy some delicious food during your stay. Aqua is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers both buffet and menu options. Here you can sample some fresh local seafood for dinner. You can also stop by the Patio bar and grill to eat outside, or grab a cocktail at Bullion bar.

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