Baha Mar Activities
Take to the beach, golf course, or the beautiful colonial streets of downtown Nassau - select from the dropdown list of activities and explore what makes The Bahamas one of the most remarkable tropical destinations in the world.
The crystal clear waters of The Bahamas are a true divers' paradise. Dive amongst marine life, shipwrecks and beautiful coral reefs.
Cruise through the turquoise waters on a high-speed catamaran to a beautiful private island where you can swim with the dolphins or sea lions.
Take the ride of your life on a custom built offshore powerboat for an exhilarating high-speed boat ride to the Exuma Cays, 38 nautical miles away from Nassau.
The crystal-clear tropical waters off the shores of The Bahamian Islands are home to an astounding variety of marine life thriving in the extensive coral reef system.
The only thing more romantic than an island vacation is the idea that you could actually visit more than one island in the same trip. The world’s best island hopping destination.
Take a helicopter ride to the outer islands where you can find yourself on a gorgeous secluded beach.
Dinner on a Yacht
Enjoy a chef-prepared private dinner on a yacht.
Nassau's most visited attraction is the Queen's Staircase. Climb the 65 steps, recently renovated, carved out of solid limestone in the late 18th century, between 1793 and 1794.
Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center
The park is part jungle, part gardens and home to hundreds of beautiful mammals, birds and reptiles from around the world, including many endangered species from The Bahamas and the Greater Caribbean.
Pirates of Nassau Museum
Located in downtown Nassau, Pirates of Nassau is a true landmark nestled in three historical buildings: The Slave Kitchen, which is approximately 200 years old; the Lofthouse, which is approximately 150 years old and the Marlborough Arms which is approximately 100 years old.
National Art Gallery of the Bahamas
The premier arts institution in The Bahamas, the National Gallery is committed to engaging the history of Bahamian Art and Visual culture and supporting contemporary movements and experimental contemporary art.
The Retreat Garden National Trust
Over 175 different species of palm trees flourish at this 11-acre nature reserve, headquarters to the Bahamas National Trust.
Nassau Botanical Gardens
Six hundred species of flowering trees and shrubs, a small cactus garden, and two freshwater ponds with lilies, water plants, and tropical fish cover 18 acres.