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Top things to do in Bahamas

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Church Windows (Andros)
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Category: Geologic Formations; Nature and Parks
An intense, deep dive into an underwater cavern resembling a lofty Gothic cathedral.
Devil's Backbone (Eleuthera)
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Category: Geologic Formations; Reefs; Nature and Parks
This strech of shallow reef has put many a tear in unwary ships' bottoms, giving it its name.
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White Hole (Eleuthera)
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Category: Reefs; Nature and Parks
Large coral heads surrounded by pure white sand: a scenic diving site near the northern end of Eleuthera.
Dog Rocks Wall (Great Exuma)
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Category: Geologic Formations; Nature and Parks
Swim through this maze of coral, full of marine life.
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Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
This ruined cotton plantation serves as a striking reminder of the island's colonial past.
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Crooked Island Caves (Long Island)
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Category: Caverns/ Caves; Nature and Parks
Dark, mysterious caves offer spectacular views of oddly-shaped rock formations.
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Bahamas National Trust Sanctuary (Great Abaco Island)
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Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Nature and Parks
Twenty-acre pine forest, home to the endangered Bahamian parrot.
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Land and Sea Park and Preserve (Great Abaco Island)
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Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Nature and Parks
This park includes both sunny beaches and clear blue water, and is best known for its snorkeling sites.
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Little Bahamas Bank (Great Abaco Island)
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Category: Geologic Formations; Reefs; Nature and Parks
Popular diving site that seldom goes deeper than 30-40 feet, best known for its open cavern systems.
The Towers (Great Abaco Island)
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Category: Geologic Formations; Nature and Parks
Underwater wall featuring lots of marine life and colorful coral growth.
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Coral Caverns (Great Abaco Island)
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Category: Geologic Formations; Nature and Parks
This dive site is loaded with marine life, from grouper to eagle rays and silver tarpon.
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Art Colony (Great Abaco Island)
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Category: Art Galleries

The Johnston studio’s Art Colony is located in Little Harbour, 20 miles south of Marsh Harbour on the Island of Abaco. It is accessible by road or boat. The attractions are the... more »

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Chub Cay Wall (Chub Cay)
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Category: Geologic Formations; Reefs; Nature and Parks
A variety of wall formations can be found in this underwater stretch running along the southwestern tip of Chub Cay.
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