Hello The Bahamas
Those visitors to The Bahamas who are understandably intent on island hopping their way around the archipelago face only one problem: there are well over 700 islands, cays, and inlets on which to hop around. However, for those of us with less time on our hands, visiting just one or a few of the islands that together make up The Bahamas is just as rewarding. The islands are as picturesque as they are distinctive, each with their own story and unique pulling power: you can sail around The Abacos, famous for boat making; go fly-fishing on Andros, which boasts the world's third-largest barrier reef; and feel the hot, pink sand between your toes as you walk along a beach on Eleuthera / Harbor Island. The Bahamas is a veritable island paradise, with its scenic, coastal beauty given a glamorous edge by way of the casinos and millionaire's yachts on Paradise Island. You'll find pristine beaches, a warm welcome, history, national parks, dive spots and everything else in between in The Bahamas, and you'll have barely scratched the surface.