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Adventure is waiting for you in The Bahamas both in the ocean and on land! Whether you want to dive into crystal-clear waters to swim with the fish or take an afternoon stroll through colorful Nassau learning about the beautiful art and deep culture of the city. Where else can you feed swimming pigs and sail into the sunset in the same afternoon?
Ride the not-so-lazy river at Atlantis Paradise Island Water Park
The water park at Atlantis Paradise Island isn’t the splash park you grew up going to. This 141-acre water paradise is the largest water park in the Caribbean. It has as a floating not-so-lazy river with actual white water rapids and intense waves. With 11 pools and a slide down the front of a Mayan temple, Atlantis has enough adventure for a full day of fun.
Dive with sharks in Stuart Cove
If you’ve got a certification, and a little bit of bravery, a day in Nassau might just be your opportunity to do a little shark scuba diving. On a three-and-a-half-hour, two-tank dive in Stuart Cove, you can see the renowned Shark Wall, and get a little closer to some Carribean reef sharks. Because shark week isn’t enough for you, join the adventure.
Swim with The Pigs
If the swim with sharks sounds a little too adventurous, take the calmer route and visit with the Exuma swimming pigs. Just an hour’s boat ride from Nassau, the legendary swimming pigs of are totally worth a trip. After a boat ride over crystal-clear water and take an afternoon on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and hang out with some friendly swine during their ocean bath.
Play with rays at Stingray City
Who doesn’t want to swim with captivating sea creatures in the warm, crystal-clear sea? Stingray City Park just off Nassau has a few gentle, playful Southern Rays who love having people to swim with. The big, slimy ocean rays will probably swim right up to you. Take an afternoon to swim in the clear water and play with some rays.
Ocean Club Golf Course
With the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Ocean and Nassau Harbour visible from every hole, the par-72 golf course at The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort, Bahamas has thrilling greens and blues.