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9 Things You Must Do to Complete Your Bahamas Experience

by Dangula Bingula

The Bahamas is a country in the Caribbean that comprises 700 islands. Only 30 of those islands are inhabited; still, it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The Bahamas has everything to offer that a tourist can possibly want.

Whether you are a kid, young adventurer, or an old man looking for a peaceful natural environment; this country has something for everyone. If you are planning to go to the Bahamas, then don’t think twice. It’s not cheap but worth the indulgence. When you go there, make sure you must do these nine things to complete your Bahamas experience.

Dive into the Blue Hole


Ever seen a 115-foot wide dark blue hole in the sea? You will find world’s second deepest blue hole in no other place than the Bahamas. It’s 663-foot deep and surrounded by cliffs. You can take a direct jump into the blue hole from the cliff if you are an adventurer. Or, you can swim in it under the care of a professional.

Scuba Diving at the Andros Barrier Reef


The crystal clear ocean water adds beauty to the Bahamas. These waters have the third largest barrier reef in the world, making it a paradise for scuba divers. If you ever thought of scuba diving, this tourist attraction has the best place to offer. You will find expert divers to take you into this 6,000-foot deep reef.

Snorkeling Around the Corals

The Bahamas has many shallow reefs with no shortage of corals. You just need to grab your mask and snorkel to go exploring the real sea life. You will find many water creatures from small fish to sharks swimming around you.

Shark Filled Aquarium


This country has the world’s largest aquarium that’s also filled with sharks. What’s more amazing is the slide that goes right through them. This aquarium is in 141-acre Atlantis Aquaventure waterpark. There is also a large variety of slides for kids and daredevils. If you don’t like slides, you can just meander in the river or one of the 11 pools with an inner tube.

Pink Sands Beach


A bare feet walk on the sand of a beach is one of the most relaxing things in the world. Now imagine doing the same with an eye-catching beauty of pink sand. There are many pink sand beaches in the country but you will find the most famous of all in Harbour Island.

Stunning Luxury Villas

This place is, no doubt, rich in natural beauty and luxury houses are a wonderful addition to it. The Bahamas experience is incomplete without staying in one of its villas. Check LuxuryRetreats before arriving on your trip, and you’ll find the most difficult part of your vacation will be trying to leave those houses.

Swimming with Pigs


Swimming with pigs may not sound like an experience you would be interested in, but wait till you see those piggies. These cute little friendly pigs live in Big Major City but swim out to tourists in hope for a snack. One thing I guarantee, you won’t be able to resist but pet and take a picture with them.

Play with the Dolphins at Salt Cay


The piggies may be cute, but dolphins are the smartest human-friendly sea creatures. The Salt Cay, also known as Dolphin Cay, is one of the most top-rated places in the Bahamas. A short boat ride takes you to the area where you can swim with and pet dolphins. They say these dolphins are so friendly that you can even kiss them.

Feed a Shark


While kissing a dolphin is fun, I suggest you avoid this stunt with sharks – just swimming is fine. You will find many nurse sharks at Compass Cay that are well-fed so they don’t attack when you swim with them. Yes, you can swim with and even pet them as long as you don’t aggravate them. If you want to take it up a notch, you can feed them underwater. Tell me, where else can you experience something like this without losing a limb or two.