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The Bahamas

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Our offline map offers you information about 18 top destinations, featuring high-quality descriptions, photos, and reviews written by real travelers.


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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre

Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre in Nassau, The Bahamas opened in 1937 though the work of the Jamaican horticulturist, Hedley Vivian Edwards. From the Latin Ardua astrum, Ardastra means "Striving for the stars". In the 1950s the Baha...


Andros Island is an archipelago within the Bahamas, the largest of the 26 inhabited Bahamian Islands. Politically considered a single island, Andros in total has an area greater than all the other 700 Bahamian islands combined. The land area of Andros ...


Bimini has three islands, North Bimini, South Bimini, and East Bimini. The largest islands are North Bimini and South Bimini. The District of Bimini also includes Cay Sal Bank, more than 100 km (60 mi) further south, which is geographically not a part ...

Lynden Pindling International Airport

During World War II on 30 December 1942, the airport was named Windsor Field (after the Duke of Windsor) and became a Royal Air Force station. Windsor Field was the second airport in The Bahamas and was used for delivery flights of US-built fighter and...

Mount Alvernia

Mount Alvernia (formerly Como Hill) is located on Cat Island in the Bahamas and is the highest point in the country at 63 metres (207 ft) above sea level. The mountain shares its name with a school in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Originally named "Como Hil...

Dean's Blue Hole

A blue hole is a water-filled sinkhole with the entrance below the water level. They can be formed in different karst processes, for example, by rainwater soaking through fractures of limestone bedrock onto the watertable. Sea level here has changed: f...


The original settler name Heneagua was derived from a Spanish expression meaning 'water is to be found there'. Two names of apparent Lucayan origin, Inagua (meaning "Small Eastern Island") and Baneque (meaning "Big Water Island") were used by the Spani...

San Salvador Island

San Salvador Island (known as Watlings Island from the 1680s until 1925) is an island and district of the Bahamas. It is widely believed that during Christopher Columbus' first expedition to the New World, San Salvador Island was the first land he sigh...

Conception Island National Park

The Conception Island National Park is a protected area in the Bahamas. The island lies between Cat Cays to the north and Rum Cay to the south. The vegetation consists of mangrove communities, with typical strand vegetation, and the island is visited b...

Alice Town

Alice Town is a town in the Bahamas. It is located on North Bimini island and the population is 300 as of the 2010 census. Alice Town is the centre of the tourist trade on Bimini: there are several hotels, bars and restaurants. North of Alice Town i...

Clarence Town

Clarence Town is a town in the Bahamas. It is located on Long Island. Clarence Town is the capital of Long Island and has a population of 86 people as of 2010. It has a marina, two restaurants as well as the government dock where the mail boat docks on...


Freeport is a city, district and free trade zone on the island of Grand Bahama of the northwest Bahamas. In 1955, Wallace Groves, a Virginian financier with lumber interests in Grand Bahama, was granted 50,000 acres (20,234 ha) of pineyard with substan...


Lucaya is a suburb of Freeport, Bahamas a city on the island of Grand Bahama, approximately 105 mi (160 km) east-northeast of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Lucaya's primary industry is tourism. Major hotels and attractions in the resort are the Our Luca...

Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama is the northernmost of the islands of the Bahamas, and the closest major island to the United States, lying 84 kilometres (52 mi) off of Palm Beach, Florida. It is the fourth largest island in the Bahamas island chain of approximately 700 ...

Matthew Town

Matthew Town is the chief and only settlement on Great Inagua Island of the Bahamas. It is located on the southwest corner of the island. It was named after Bahamian Governor George Matthew (1844–1849) and first settled during his tenure in office. It ...


Nassau is the capital and commercial centre of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. The city has an estimated population of 274,400 as of 2016, or 70 percent of the entire population of the Bahamas. Lynden Pindling International Airport, the major airport ...

National Art Gallery of The Bahamas

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is an art gallery in Nassau, The Bahamas. In September 2011 the gallery announced Amanda Coulson, as the new Director and 4 new staff appointments. John Cox joined the gallery in January 2012 as Chief Curator. ...

Nassau Public Library

The Nassau Public Library and Museum, in Nassau, is the largest and oldest of five libraries in the Bahamas. The library was founded in 1837, when the Bahamas Society for the Diffusion of Knowledge was combined with a reading society. The Nassau Public...









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