Bahamas “Primitive Forest”
If you want to know what the original Bahamas looked like, visit The Primitive Forest. Remarkably undisturbed, this old-growth woodland is a living, breathing model of the early hardwood forests of the Bahamas. Vistiting the Primitive forest is like stepping back through time. Dramatic features such as sinkholes and unique limestone caverns and the astounding variety of plant and animal life will leave you breathless. From it’s terraced climbs to the sun-filtered canopy effect of the trees, it’s a slice of history you will surely want to photograph.
Bahamas Largest Island (exploring Andros Island)
The island of Andros is actually an archipelago within the Bahamas. It is the largest of all the Bahamian Islands, its land area consists of hundreds of small islets and cays just waiting to be explored.
Hikers, bird watchers, kayakers and all nature lovers will leave satisfied after a day trip to Andros. All adventurers will appreciate the barrier reefs and mesmerizing blue holes as well as the outstanding selection of flora and fauna.
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Located in a lush, tropical grotto, this historic staircase was made to honor Queen Victoria for her help in abolishing slavery in the British Empire.
The Queen’s Staircase is made of 66 very steep which were hand-carved out of a coral-based sandstone in the late 1700’s. It provides access to Fort Fincastle atop Bennett’s Hill located close to the current day Nassau water tower from Elizabeth Street.
Reaching the staircase on foot is a 15-20 minute stroll from the port and downtown area. To visit the Queen’s staircase start there, and then take Bay Street to East Street and then Elizabeth Street to the staircase.
Originally built in France by Augustinian monks, the Cloister has had several owners, and locations. Famous publicist, William Randolph Hearst bought the Cloister and had it shipped to the US.
Next, Huntington Hartford took possession. Hartford was an heir to the A&P supermarket chain. Hartford was also a developer who transformed the former Hog Island into the modern day Paradise Island. Hartford purchased the the stones and had the Cloisters reassembled on its present site.
The Glass Window Bridge
The Glass Window Bridge provides a rare visual treat for tourists. A strip of rock, merely 30 feet wide, divides the the calm Caribbean and the Atlantic. You get to see turquoise water on one side and blue water on the other. It is one of nature’s true wonders.
From an aesthetic standpoint, the spacious, panoramic landscape from the Bridge will take your breath away.
From a functional standpoint, the Glass Island Bridge connects the North Island to the south.
From an asthenic standpoint, the spacious, panoramic landscape from the Bridge will take your breath away. located approximately two miles east of Upper Bogue, From an aesthetic standpoint, the spacious, panoramic landscape from the Bridge will take your breath away. joins Gregory Town and Lower Bogue at the narrowest point on the island. The land here is high on both sides. Falling away abruptly to nearly sea level, it almost divides the island in two. On the topside, a bridge connects the northern and southern points of Eleuthera via a paved road.
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Royal Caribbean Ocean Cruise
4 Days / 3 nights Cruise For two adults. Cruise from Port Canaveral or Miami, FL to the Bahamas
Vacation Code: B7
And that’s Not all…
Your Bahamas Vacation Package includes all of these Bahaman Vacations:
Complimentary all-inclusive Resort vacation
Enjoy two days and three nights in the Bahamas. Includes all meals, drinks, taxes, gratuities, and activities on the beach and at the resort.
Vacation Code: B2
- Vacation for Two – Round-trip Passage aboard the Discovery I or the Seascape from Port Everglades to Freeport, Grand Bahamas Island – this is about a 6 hour cruise with your meals & entertainment included onboard. After you reach Freeport enjoy 4 days & 3 nights Accommodations at the Island Palms Resort. (Other upgrade options available) Then board the cruise ship for the return cruise to Florida.
- Cruise & Stay – Round trip cruise from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to Grand Bahama Island. All meals and activities are included on the ship. Once you reach the island, you will get off the boat and stay for 3 nights at a 3-star resort hotel.
- Royal Caribbean Cruises – Enjoy all meals, snacks and entertainment included onboard with this 4 day/3 night Royal Caribbean Cruise. Choose from three great itineraries: Miami to the Bahamas, Cape Canaveral to the Bahamas, or Los Angeles to Mexico.
Bahamas Resort Vacation
8 days / 7 nights all inclusive stay in Grand Bahamas Island
Vacation Code: B19
3 days / 2 nights all-inclusive stay for 2 adults at a fabulous beach-front Wyndham resorts in the Grand Bahamas Island. All meals, snacks, drinks, recreational activities, and entertainment.
Vacation Code: B22
A great vacation! Enjoy 4 days / 3 nights All-Inclusive accommodations at the “Big Island” (Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas)
Vacation Code: B23
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