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Monday, September 05, 2005

Best Bahamas Beaches


Spending your vacation in the Bahamas? These are some beaches to checThe Bahamas have more than their share of great beaches. There's lots of variety, so there's something for every kind of beach fan. Here are a few for you to take a look at.
AbacoGuana Beach
-considered by some guidebooks to be one of the Bahamas' best. It's a white sand beach, all seven miles of it, and there are lovely palm trees at the edge. Just what you'd expect in a beautiful tropical beach!
Treasure Cay Beach
-boasts the endorsement of National Geographic magazine as a superb beach - one of the best in the world. It's another white sand beach. The sand is pure and clean, sparkling white, and there are over three miles of beach to enjoy.
Cat IslandNorth Shore Beach
-Five miles of pink sandy beach, with few visitors, make this beach an idea one for the independent traveler who just wants to relax in peace and harmony with the sea.
Fine Beach
- Twelve miles of beach, pink sand, and peace and quiet.
Harbour IslandPink Sands Beach
- rated as one of the Caribbean's best beaches by Caribbean Travel and Life magazine. It's about three miles long, and as the name implies, the sands are pink. Combine that with blue water for a wonderful beach!
Grand Bahama IslandGold Rock Beach
- A white sandy beach that extends for over five miles.
Taino Beach - Close to Freeport, this white sand beach is a great place for you to enjoy the beach with your family or indulge in your favorite water sports.
ExumaStocking Island Beach
- White sugar sands and very few visitors make this a great beach. It's in the Exumas Land and Sea Park.
Sandy Cay
- Another sugar sand beach of tiny white granules. You'll find seclusion here, and lots of shells to enjoy, too.
NassauLove Beach
- This is a great beach if you want to go snorkeling. Book an excursion with a local dive operator, and enjoy acres upon acres of coral and marine life. The best snorkeling is about a mile from shore. The beach itself is quiet and secluded.
These are some (but not all) of the best beaches in the Bahamas. Of course, each beach has something to offer, and there are many other attractive beaches. Be sure to let me know which ones you like the best!

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