IT'S TIME TO START LIVING THE ISLAND LIFE
Start living the island life as you plan your adventure. Being experiencing features of island living through luxurious or quaint island accommodations, fun in the sun with boating adventures, feast on native dining with local food in a restaurant or out in the Arawak Cay area at the local fish fry. There is no end to what you can do as you begin living the island life!
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Island Living features an abundance of delicious native foods which you can get in many different restaurants and local eateries. From fancy dining in one of the local hotels to the open-air experience at Arawak Cay in New Providence, there are many choices when it comes to feasting on the cuisine that the island have to offer
Living the island life, really means experiencing 'living' in one of the many different types of accommodations that exist. In New Providence, you can choose one of the luxurious hotels such as Bahamar in Cable Beach and Atlantis on Paradise Island to the local airbnb and smaller hotels such as Breezes, RIU, and Sandals. On the Family Islands there are villas, and other small beach rentals that will have you waking up to the sounds of waves crashing in as the sun rises.
Take advantage of the many types of water sports and activities that exist. From sailing, parasailing to jet skis, fishing, private excursions and snorkeling - the list is endless. Many boats will take you from New Providence to another island such as Exuma, Spanish Wells and Harbour Island for the day. Or just charter a boat and go fishing and snorkeling along the reef.
Island life is rich with culture. The main festival of Junkanoo takes place throughout the islands of The Bahamas every Christmas season. During Boxing day, December 26 and New Years Eve, Dec 31, you can see scores of people dressed in native costume, dancing to the sounds of the cowbells and goat-skinned drums as the sun comes up.
Visit The Islands
There are so many islands to visit in The Bahamas. Each has its own unique rich culture, scenery, traditions, dialect, food and much more. Click on the island name to start living the island life:
What You Can Do
There are so many things to keep you occupied while you live the island life.