Want Have Ultimate And Utmost Awesome Days Of Your Honey's Life, Try Visit To The Bahamas
If youre going on Bahamas Vacations dont fail to visit Bimini Island and discover its extraordinary beauty that seduced Ernest Hemingway, the famous writer and poet who was also a gifted fisherman of his time. The Bahamas is the perfect diving destination because of the waters visibility that can reach up to two hundred feet below the surface and Bimini Road, a group of limestone block relics submerged only twenty feet deep aligned almost perfectly led discoverers to believe it was a road in the fabled City of Atlantis; true or not, it makes for good diving or snorkeling. Bimini is the tiniest island in the Out Islands chain but its beaches are far from being small; Tiki Hut Beach is two miles long and is famous among visitors for its fine white sand which when seen with the lush greenery behind it makes one picture worthy scene. Visit the underwater wreck of the Liberty ship Sapona, once a storage hold for smuggled liquor in the time of the ban on alcohol trade in US territories. Feel the magical bond between man and nature when you visit Bimini Island.
Acklin is the Hidden Paradise for your Bahamas Vacations
Only about 400 residents call Acklin, a 92 square mile wide island, home because it is not so popular among tourists that visit the Bahamas. This Bahamas Vacations destination is devoid of commercial establishments and rowdy tourists, this small and peaceful island is the perfect place to meditate and just settle down. The reason you visit this island is to be one with nature as well as see the beautiful views of the land and the sea. If you love to go snorkeling, a visit to Bahamas is not complete without going to Acklin for the marine life here is so rich and varied and if bone fishing is your thing, the shallow waters that surround the island is a perfect spot to go. There are not so many tourists, hotels and restaurants in this wonderful island which leaves it untouched for the most parts so the only way to appreciate its beauty is when you are able to visit it. You can go to Acklin for some quiet time to contemplate and meditate for this place will let you do just that.
Water Activities and Bahamas Vacations
Bahamas Vacations are all about fun and excitement in the water as there are bodies of water in every island you can go. Take a careful hike or snorkel with the earths oldest organisms the stromatolites algae at the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park in the Exumas Island, a preserved marine sanctuary in the Bahamas filled with all sorts of water flora and fauna. Andros Island houses the Tongue of the Ocean, the third biggest barrier reef in the world, which diving and snorkeling enthusiasts cant seem to get enough of every time they visit the Bahamas; other water sports are also available at resorts. Fearless divers like to visit Long Island because of Deans Blue Hole, reaching depths of 600 feet, this blue hole is not for the faint of heart; kayaking, deep sea fishing, or snorkeling is available to those not brave enough. The only way to enjoy a vacation in the Bahamas is embrace the water.
A Visit to Long Island on your Bahamas Vacations
Going on Bahamas Vacations never fail to excite us especially when we visit Long Island. The many diving spots found in the islands make it a favorite destination of divers. People who are just starting to enjoy this sport can dive the not so deep waters just near the shoreline to practice. Deans Blue Hole is one of the many diving spots that advanced divers should not miss. For non-divers, you can stroll along the miles of white sand beaches that embrace the island such as the Cape Santa Maria beach which is touted as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world or at the pink-hued sands of the Love Beaches. Visit the other inland attractions like the Dunmore Town where you can still see the ruins of the former estate and plantation house as well as the Hamilton Cave where for prehistoric drawings and artifacts of the Lucayan Indian tribe. Christopher Columbus is revered in this island with a 15 foot obelisk dedicated to him where you can have a great view of the island and the surrounding areas. Include this island in your itinerary to the Bahamas
by: Niall Gaston