Experience Dolphins On Grand Bahama Island In The Bahamas

Stan and I with Princess

On the Grand Bahama Island in the Bahamas, you can enjoy the magic of nature by indulging in a swim with dolphins. Enjoying personal interaction with these majestic sea creatures is an experience that will not be soon forgotten. There are many opportunities to do so available on the island, with caring and experienced staff near by to ensure that the both you and the dolphins feel secure and comfortable.  The Dolphin Experience has been in operation since 1987, and is one of the first programs of its nature in the world. Located in Lucaya, on Grand Bahama Island of the Bahamas, this reputable establishment offers a variety of dolphin interaction programs. One, which costs $69 and lasts for two hours, allows the visitor to … Continued

Eating Out On Grand Bahama Island In The Bahamas

Cracked lobster dinner at Zorba's!

An internationally known and loved vacation destination, quite naturally, Grand Bahama Island has many fine eateries. Seafood figures prominently on most menus, as it is sure to be high quality and fresh. The culinary traditions of the island should certainly be explored, but there are also many restaurants featuring international favorites. For a fine dining experience, Luciano’s, found at Port Lucaya Marketplace and Marina, should not be missed. In business for more than 20 years, this restaurant offers classical cuisine from both Europe and the island in a formal setting that is sure to make the evening a special one. The dishes are made of the freshest ingredients, with each plate cooked to order. Diners can choose to start their meal with such luxuries as … Continued

Dining On New Providence Island In The Bahamas

Good food is an essential ingredient in the making of a truly great vacation, and with the broad array of quality eateries for you to choose from on New Providence Island in the Bahamas, you’ll be sure to make your vacation a memorable culinary experience. The Bahamian Kitchen, in Nassau, right next to the Trinity Church on Trinity Place, offers authentic Bahamian cuisine. It is the place to go if you’re interested in experiencing ‘real’ Bahamian food. Specialties include such dishes as stewed fish, curried chicken, fried red snapper, okra soup, corned beef and grits, pea soup with dumplings, all served with the traditional johnnycake. Food is also available for take-out. The restaurant is open daily from 11am to 10pm. For luxury dining at its … Continued

Bimini In The Bahamas

Bimini, one of the several islands of the Bahamas, is a wonderful place to vacation. Many sights of natural beauty await the tourist, as well as a few interesting landmarks, beautiful beaches, and exhilarating outdoors activities. And all of that is made that much more pleasant by a welcoming climate and a laid-back atmosphere conducive to real rest and relaxation after the day’s adventures are done. An unexpected pleasure, Compleat Angler Hotel in Alice Town Bimini, houses a variety of artifacts that belonged to none other than the famous American writer, Ernest Hemingway, who spent two years there, from 1935 to 1937. These items include manuscripts, letters and photos. The Bimini Museum, on Kings Highway, is housed in a two-floor house that was built in … Continued

Beautiful Beaches In The Bahamas

The groups of islands that make up the Bahamas are home to some of the most beautiful beaches in this part of the world. Many of these retain the natural beauty that first attracted Europeans centuries ago. With the numerous small islands, each with their own little shoreline beaches, it is, despite the immense popularity of the Bahamas as a vacation destination, possible to find relatively secluded and quiet places to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the sand and ocean. New Providence Island has many beautiful beaches. Cabbage Beach is one of the most notable of the public beaches, attracting locals and tourists alike to its stunningly white sands. It spans a three-mile long area of the coast between Snorkeler’s Cove and the … Continued

Beautiful Andros Of The Bahamas

Photo of a Spanish Lighthouss in Fresh Creek, Andros Island

A journey to Andros is a lovely respite from the world. There are many qualities that make Andros stand out from the other islands that make up the Bahamas. It’s a small, intimate sort of place, rich in natural beauty and wildlife. Andros is an eco-tourist’s paradise. The fifth largest landmass in the Caribbean, it is an ancient island, gradually emerging from the sea with each layer of coral limestone. There are as many fascinating sights to be seen below sea level as there are to be seen above. Underwater explorers will see a wide variety of marine life, so varied and diverse that Andros attracts researchers from all over the world. On the top side of the island, there is an abundance of flora … Continued

Dining In Bahamas’ Exuma Islands


The peaceful, beautiful atmosphere of the Exuma Islands is the perfect place to enjoy a good meal. Fortunately, there are a number of dining options that will provide that – a good meal – and better. The food is excellent on the islands. Club Peace and Plenty serves fine quality Continental, Bahamian, and American fare on Queens Highway. This restaurant prides itself on using the finest ingredients possible to carefully create classic dishes that are authentic and original dishes that are creative. Among the appetizers are conch salad, a salad made from the heart of an artichoke, and another featuring hearts of palm. Some of the lunchtime favorites are homemade soups, conch burgers, chef’s salad, and deep-fried grouper. Popular dinner entrees include Bahamian steamed grouper, … Continued

A Cat Island Bahamas Vacation

One of the outer islands of the Bahamas, Cat Island is a quiet vacation destination for those who are really looking to relax. Among its varied pleasures and activities, a little exploration will turn up a historical oddity or two that add to the individual character of the place. Beautiful beaches in natural settings welcome the nature lover and peace seeker alike. The Hermitage is a bit of an historical oddity, fascinating and strange. The hike up to see this religious site will take visitors through small villages along beautiful trails, full of island flora and fauna. It is located at the top of Mt. Alvernia, which is 206 feet above the sea and the highest point in the Bahamas. The Hermitage itself is made … Continued