What makes the Bahamas a good destination for pictures?
The Bahamas are known for their vibrant colors, including their stunningly blue water, pristine white sand, kaleidoscopic coral, fiery sunsets, and the rainbow of hues used in the Junkanoo parade. To better see the underwater sea life and vibrant masks, zoom in. To capture the vivid hues of the Caribbean Sea, the cloud-draped blue sky, and the candy-colored cottages, take a wide-angle picture. The Bahamas are a tropical haven of unspoiled beauty, full of hidden caverns and top-notch sights where you can snap pictures fit for Instagram. If you want to take truly amazing pictures for social media, read on to learn the top 5 locations for best places and attractions in the Bahamas!
Vacationing sounds good but,..
Most people think that vacationing is an idea that only happens when the stars line up but we beg to differ. Vacationing happens when you say so or at least when you decide to plan it out.
Outlined underneath are five resource links that can help you achieve your goals of vacationing sooner rather than later.
"It's too expensive!" This is probably the most common reason why vacationing never happens and we agree but before we co-sign that excuse let's just find out how much the flight and hotel will cost.
"I can't afford it!" Got it! You want to go but you don't know how to pay for it. Do a reverse layaway. Put it on a low interest rate credit card then pay it off afterwards. It really is that simple. Here is a link to some really great credit card offers. Now book your trip and enjoy.
Sharks are surprisingly attractive to photograph. You can swim with these gentle giants as they visit Compass Cay all year long because of the docile creatures that frequent the area. Float next to them in the shallow water by jumping in, or unwind on the dock and wait for them to approach you. Nurse sharks are typically very passive, despite resembling their Great White cousins in appearance, but beware—they have been known to give curious (but not seriously harmful) nips to Instagram users.
Off the coast of Nassau, a 60-ton, 18-foot-tall statue known as the largest underwater statue in the world is perched on the seafloor. It was erected there in 2014 and shows a young Bahamian girl who appears to be supporting the ocean. It is intended to eventually function as a reef that was created by humans. Even without its impressive size, this enormous statue is worth seeing, but the best way to get a photo of this ocean-dwelling giant is with an underwater camera.
If you've ever perused a Bahamas travel guide, there's a good chance you've spotted the recognizable pink and orange fortress of Atlantis Paradise Island. This opulent-looking building is much more than merely a hotel. In addition, it is home to a sizable water park and an aquarium where various fish and marine animal species can be found. Expect to interact with dolphins in the water, walk alongside string rays near the underwater Atlantis ruins, and descend a glass slide into the Mayan Temple Shark Lagoon to see sharks up close. There are numerous photo ops at the Atlantis Paradise Island Hotel, and the island even has a marina where you can dock your yacht and conveniently set foot on land.
Location: One Casino Drive, Suite 41, Paradise Island, Bahamas
The Queen's Staircase, also referred to as the 66 Steps, is a significant historical landmark in Nassau, Bahamas. It was carved out of solid limestone rock by slaves in the 18th century and is situated on the Fort Fincastle Historic Complex in Nassau. The steps were later renamed to honor Queen Victoria, the monarch in power in the late 19th century, and they served as a direct route from Fincastle to Nassau City. There were actually 66 steps, but only 65 are still visible because the last one was paved beneath the asphalt. Be respectful and aware of the site's cultural and historical significance if you decide to take pictures there.
Location: 3MF6+GR6, Elisabeth Ave, Nassau, Bahamas
Pig Beach is a stretch of snow-white sand on an island that is entirely uninhabited, save for a wild colony of pigs. Show off your animal-loving side on Instagram there. There are many stories about how the pigs got to this remote location that is only reachable by sea. The most likely scenario is that a small group of pigs and piglets escaped from a nearby islet and eventually developed into a complete family unit. You are allowed to bring food to feed the pigs, who are found on the sand and in the shallows, but you must follow the advice of the local guides and make sure they don't receive any prohibited items. The pigs, which are typically amiable and inquisitive beings, are a classic part of any Bahamas yacht charter adventure.
Location: Pig Beach, Big Major Cay, Bahamas
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