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 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

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