Nassau Vacations

The capital, largest city, and commercial center of the Bahamas , Nassau has a population of 260,000 possessing nearly 80% of the population of the country. However, the city is still quite laid back, with the low-rise pastel pink government buildings and giant looming cruise ships that dock daily. Nassau …

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Things to see and do in Nassau

r0sss | FlickrStraw Market
Straw Market
Daniel Odyssey | Trip by SkyscannerCable Beach
Cable Beach
Emmalynn L | Trip by SkyscannerBahamas Outdoors Birding & Nature Tours
Bahamas Outdoors Birding & Nature Tours
Francis B | Trip by SkyscannerCabbage Beach
Cabbage Beach
jmd41280 | FlickrBlue Lagoon Island & Stingray City
Blue Lagoon Island & Stingray City
jonworth | FlickrPowerboat Adventures
Powerboat Adventures
scmikeburton | FlickrBay Street - Nassau
Bay Street - Nassau
reivax | FlickrFort Charlotte
Fort Charlotte
CB Gaines | Trip by SkyscannerParliament Square
Parliament Square
Dan Murphy | Trip by SkyscannerQueen's Staircase
Queen's Staircase

Reviews of Nassau

Stephanie Spiering
Stephanie Spiering

I actually missed my cruise ship at this port and was stranded overnight until I got a flight back home. Everyone there was so friendly and accommodating! I had nothing but what I was wearing and what was in my backpack. A very nice taxi driver named Luke took us under his wing, took us shopping for clothes and necessities, found us a cute hotel, and made sure we had a great dinner! He turned our scary and stressful situation into an enjoyable trip of a lifetime!

Derek Lakin
Derek LakinCambridge

I was quite disappointed with the stop in Nassau on our cruise. There really isn't a lot there and what us there is so touristy. Considering the amount of money that flows through this place, it could be so much more.

Carina Rus
Carina RusSaint-Cloud, France

Beautifully city with a lot of thing to offer. First of all, the kindness of the population is extremely important there!

Lucy Swift Weber
Lucy Swift WeberNew York City, New York State, USA

The best known island in the Bahamas is also the most developed, making it less ideal for nature lovers, but perfect for families looking for an all-inclusive experience and great for those who love big resorts with lots of activities.

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