In the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea we find one of the most requested places when it comes to beach destinations. A whole paradise opens before our eyes when we arrive at the Islands of the Bahamas. This Caribbean nation receives the official name of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, and is made up of 29 islands, 661 cays and 2,387 islets. It is one of the thirteen countries that make up the Insular America, Antilles or Caribbean Islands. When thinking about what to see in the Bahamas, the first thing that comes to mind is the wonderful Caribbean coast, with its white sands and crystal waters. But there are even more things to discover on these magical islands.

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Dean's Blue Hole

The marine universe hides secrets and mysteries that man can never fully appropriate. In the Bahamas is one of them: The deepest blue hole in the world. Located in a bay west of Clarence Town on the long island of the Bahamas, this 202-meter-deep natural wonder captures the interest of divers from all over the world.

Harbor Island

Harbor Island is one of the most exotic destinations to see in the Bahamas, as its sand is neither earth-colored nor white. It is pink! Seven kilometers of stunning pink sand beaches open before the eyes of travelers. Its warm waters are ideal for swimming, diving and fishing. The only city we find on Harbor Island is called Dunmore, and travelers enjoy visiting it, as it highlights its colorful local architecture and the Caribbean atmosphere that is perceived in the music and people.

Ardastra Gardens Zoo and Conservation Center

The Ardastra Gardens Zoo and Conservation Center is a very good place to see in the Bahamas, especially if you are traveling with children. It is an exotic animal reservoir located in Nassau. It was the work of Jamaican horticulturist Hedley Vivian Edward, who managed to open its doors in 1937.