History

No Bahamas vacation would be complete without visiting some of the historic landmarks and attractions on each island.  Driving between settlements and beaches is guaranteed to include many of these locations which are safe and accessible to explore and enjoy.

The many forts, lighthouses, churches and plantations are all an integral part of the Bahamas landscape and tell a story of the life and survival of the islands people and traditions.
There also natural attractions like caves, blue holes and the extensive creeks where archaeological exploration has discovered that they were once a vital part of the lives of original Indian inhabitants of the Bahamas.

Spending time with people in the many quaint settlements throughout the islands will lead you to a world of folklore, myths and island stories that are as colorful and entertaining as our sparkling waters and powder beaches.

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