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Discover The Bahamas...

Imagine waking up to the beautiful sunrise, enjoying your breakfast on the terrace of your Bahamian home, and getting ready to go out and enjoy all that our island has to offer.
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The most famous and well-known parts of the Bahamas are:

• Nassau
• Paradise island
• Grand Bahama

There are however over 700 other islands in this chain and although not all of them are inhabited, there are many outer islands just waiting to be explored. The majority of visitors choose the main islands each year, while others enjoy the enchanting smaller islands with little villages and a simple way of life. These little gems of the Bahamas boast some of the world’s most stunning beaches, diving sites, fishing sites and a selection of fantastic homes set in uniquely serene environments.

Which island will you choose?

  • The Abacos - Top boating and sailing destination
  • Acklins & Crooked Island - Relaxing destination with beautiful sights and friendly locals
  • Andros - Sparsely developed relaxing get away, with beautiful natural attractions.
  • The Berry Islands - A cluster of 30 cays with miles of secluded beaches and great diving
  • Bimini – A favorite fishing destination, set in a unique location.
  • Cat Island - A traveler’s heaven with religious ruins, rolling hills and deserted beaches
  • Eleuthera & Harbour Island - Charming island with colonial villages and pineapple fields
  • The Exumas - A collection of 365 cays set in the most aquamarine water you could imagine
  • Inagua - Great for bird-watching with an array of wonderful species.
  • Long Island - One of the oldest dive operations in the Bahamas with Deans Blue Hole
  • Mayaguana - This is the least developed and most isolated island.
  • Ragged Island - Quiet and serene with great fishing
  • Rum Cay – Very scenic, and considered as one of the best kept secrets in the region.
  • San Salvador – Lots of monuments and shipwrecks along with pristine and secluded beaches.

Culture, Lifestyle, Fun

We've got it all, join us won't you?
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Bahamians have a very laid-back attitude, which is understandable seeing as they live somewhere that resembles paradise. The locals in the Bahamas will always welcome you with a warm smile and be ready to help you or just have a chat, they love a celebration and definitely know how to party. Make sure you join in with the fun next time you are in the Bahamas.

The history of the Bahamas has influenced the culture of the islands which are rich in customs and traditions. Bahamian people, music, food, and festivals showcase this deep culture and give visitors a real taste of the history and life in the Bahamas.

To Bahamians mealtimes are a way to spend quality time with family and friends and meet new people. The local restaurants serve delicious dishes such as Crawfish (local rock lobster) Conch (small mollusk) chowder and stew. Boiled fish and grits are also a favorite breakfast. You can enjoy any type of food on the island with plenty of international restaurants. If you really want to get to know the locals, visit the traditional restaurants and join in with the fun.

Many visitors to the Bahamas fall in love with our islands, and find themselves returning so often that they decide to buy their own home here. Of course, there are also those who want to make the permanent move and enjoy life the Bahamas way every day. No matter what you are looking for, we have a wide choice of properties perfect as vacation hideaways, or full-time homes. Choose from condos, beachfront homes, luxury villas with enough space for the whole family, gated community homes, and many more.

The Bahamas and the outer islands are all absolutely stunning, with amazing year-round weather, wonderful beaches and clear blue seas, all of which provide perfect conditions for enjoying many outdoor activities. These paradise islands offer some of the best diving in the world especially Long island, which boasts the famous Deans Blue Hole. Sailing and boating is a favorite activity on these islands as the calm waters provide perfect sailing conditions. You can also take part in other activities such as golfing, horseback riding, hiking, cycling and many more.

Similar to the other Caribbean islands, the Arawak’s were the first inhabitants of the Bahamas, however unlike many of the other islands they were not displaced by the warlike Caribs. When Christopher Columbus arrived on the islands he was greeted by the Arawak’s in such a friendly manner that he wrote ‘They have opened their hearts to us. We have become great friends'.

Unfortunately, this did not last, and within 20 years the Spanish arrived, enslaved or transported some 40,000 of the Arawak’s to Hispaniola where they died working in mines.

The islands were used by British pirates and in 1648, the first British settlers arrived on Citagoo and renamed the island Eleuthera, meaning freedom. These settlers introduced the plantation economy and African slave labor. Although there were no formal disputes over possession of the islands, there were times of harassment by the French and Spanish as well as pirates. Slavery was abolished in 1834 causing major economic changes. The 20th century brought about prosperity with different industries thriving in the area, and the tourism industry began booming in the 1950's.

Today the main industry on the islands is still tourism with many visitors coming to the islands each year for their annual family vacations.

The Bahamas as an Island King of Tourism:

The Bahamas is a massive collection of islands and cays, each of them stunning and surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea, beautiful scenery and great activities. The outer islands are far more relaxing with a more laid-back lifestyle. So, whether you are just visiting or looking to purchase Bahamas Real Estate on one of the islands, you will have a very diverse choice of environments to choose from.

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