The staircase was built by slaves only with hand tools. The 65 steps symbolize 65 years of Queen Victoria's reign.
The historic centre of the port city is filled with intriguing sights from the Colonial age. Walk around and see for yourself.
Straw crafts of all sorts can be bought here. Come see the skillful natives - and don't forget to bargain.
Government House is the official residence of the Governor General of the Bahamas, located in Nassau.
Fort Charlotte is a British-colonial era fort built on a hill over-looking the harbor of Nassau, The Bahamas.
This giant waterpark could be a destination in itself. Try the crazy Leap of Faith or visit the aquarium and the beach.
Serves not just as an information centre, but also as a venue for all sorts of cultural events such as live Bahamian music.
Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre in Nassau, The Bahamas opened in 1937 though the work of the Jamaican horticulturist, Hedley…
Paradise Island is an island in the Bahamas formerly known as Hog Island.
You could spend the whole day at what is said to be the largest aquarium in the world.
Señor Frog's is a Mexican-theme franchised "infamous party scene" bar and grill in tourist destinations throughout Mexico, the Caribbean,…
The triangular 18th century fort was built to protect the town. Still in good condition - try to catch the guided tour.
These exquisite, refined gardens hide an old cloister. It feels like you've stepped right into Europe.
A must for any pirate lover. The museum showcases intriguing artefacts and even a handcrafted pirate ship.
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is an art gallery in Nassau, The Bahamas.
Fine dining combined with Japanese cuisine. Best suited for special occasions or those moment when you want to treat yourself.