You’ll love the Bahamas – and the Bahamians love weddings. Here, a wedding is more than a special occasion. It is a celebration. And if you’re looking for a romantic twist, you can marry on one island, honeymoon on another and even island-hop to a third because no two islands are alike. Choose from the Bahamas’ 700 islands and have a different experience on each island that you visit.
How to dine
You can find any kind of international food in the Bahamas from sushi to lasagna, but some dishes are unique to the Bahamas, such as conch, a shell fish. Conch meat is firm and white and prepared in a variety of ways including conch chowder, conch stew, conch salad, conch fritters and deep fried cracked conch. Try down-home food such as Johnny cake,
crawfish, peas ‘n rice or a steamed fish served with
macaroni and cheese.
What to do
Explore this archipelago country
– including underwater. Swim with stingrays,
dolphins and giant turtles. Go sailing and discover
hundreds of cays and islets. Go bone-fishing, flyfishing
and deep sea fishing. Go horseback riding
on the beach. Shop for Bahamian arts and crafts.
Explore and enjoy the different areas, from
cosmopolitan Nassau, once ruled by pirates, to
the desert-like wildlife sanctuary of Inagua and tiny
villages set among palms, pines and welcoming