Beavans Town |
Cable Beach |
Double Bay |
Dunmore Town |
Eastern Shores |
Elbow Cay |
February Point |
Fowl Cay |
Fresh Creek |
Governor's Harbour |
Great Guana Cay |
Great Turtle Cay |
Gregory Town |
Little Harbour |
Love Beach |
Moss Town |
New Plymouth |
New Providence |
North Palmetto Point |
Oceania Heights |
Palm Bay Beach |
Palmetto Shores |
Pelican Point |
Rainbow Bay |
Russell Island |
Small Hope |
Spanish Wells |
St. Georges Cay |
Staniel Cay |
Tar Bay |
Ten Bay |
Tilloo Cay |
Treasure Cay Beach |
Upper Colebrooke |
Windermere Island |
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Imagine your toes buried in the sand, the sun gracing your face, and the sound of the waves soothing your mind; welcome to the Bahamas, a place unlike no other. Covering over 100,000 square miles of ocean and 700 islands, the Bahamas has become a top vacation destination.
There is a wide variety of vacation hot spots in the Bahamas, whether you choose to vacation in Nassau, the capital city or the beautiful Abaco Islands. Not far from Florida, The Islands of the Bahamas is the perfect destination for romantic getaways, honeymoons, family vacations, and much more.
Packed with excitement, the Bahamas offers attractions and activities for everyone. Snorkel with the Sting Rays, swim with the Dolphins, and explore the undersea life in a variety of underwater activities and excursions. Enjoy a day on the water in a Glass Bottom Boat as you watch tropical sea life swim right under your toes, right off the coast of Grand Bahama Island. With over 200 feet of underwater visibility, it is no wonder why millions of vacationers visit the Bahamas to view the world’s third largest barrier reef. The underwater adventurers are endless in the Bahamas, the experience is unforgettable! Escape to the Bahamas today to experience the beauty and adventure that awaits you.
Explore FindRentals.com's online directory of vacation rentals, homes, villas, and condos in the Bahamas to find the perfect vacation rental for your next vacation. Whether you are looking for a private oceanfront villa in Freeport, a luxury beach house in Great Exuma, or a beach front cottage in Nassau, we have something for everyone!
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This 100,000 square mile paradise covers over 500 miles of the clearest water in the world.
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Known as one of the top boating and sailing destinations in the world, the Abaco Islands are located in the northern Bahamas. With numerous bays and coves, the Abaco Islands are perfect for sailing and boating enthusiasts. With miles of beautiful beaches, fantastic fishing, diving adventures, and great dining, the Abaco Islands are the perfect destination for your Bahamas vacation.
Acklins Island/Crooked Island
Acklins Island is a must visit for fisherman! Known for the bonefish flats, Acklins is a fisherman’s dream. Only covering 92 square miles, Acklins Island is the perfect destination for a peaceful vacation. With its scarce population of only about 400 residents, Acklins provides visitors with calming beaches, beautiful wildlife, and an opportunity for pure relaxation. Visitors come to Acklins Island year after year for the fishing, peacefulness, and all around beauty that it offers.
The largest island of the Bahamas, The Andros Islands covers about 2,300 square miles of area. Home to the world’s third largest barrier reef, visitors can see beautiful coral, dolphins, whales, and many more amazing underwater life forms. The Andros Islands provide a great location for an unforgettable honeymoon or wedding destination.
Referred to as the “Fish Bowl” of the Bahamas, the Berry Islands are a chain of islands occupying about thirty square miles of area. Comprised of thirty cays, the Berry Islands offer endless adventures for travel enthusiasts. Snorkeling and Diving in The Berry Islands are a must while visiting the beautiful Bahamas.
Only fifty three miles long, the Bimini Islands consists of two islands, North Bimini Island and South Bimini Island. Visitors enjoy kayaking, dolphin watching, fishing, and relaxing on the beaches of the Bimini Islands.
Located in central Bahamas, Cat Island is home to the highest point in the Bahamas, Mount Alvernia. Mount Alvernia sits 206 feet above sea level and houses a mini monastery built by Father Jerome Hawes in the 1930’s. Cat Island is filled with adventure; explore hidden coves, catch a fishing charter, watch the underwater world through a mask, and enjoy the music and entertainment of the Bahamas.
The birth place of the Bahamas, Eleuthera Island is about 110 miles long. Popular for its’ beautiful white sand beaches, Eleuthera Island welcomes visitors for all sorts to enjoy the peaceful and beautiful Island. Visitors can rent fully furnished oceanfront cottages, beachfront homes, and private villas when visiting Eleuthera Island.
With over 360 islands, Exuma is one of the most popular Islands in the Bahamas. Surrounded by clear blue water, Exuma provides for a number of activities and discoveries. The Exumas are the perfect destination for boating enthusiasts, kayakers, divers, and snorkelers; explore the crystal clear waters, hidden coves, and underwater life. The Exumas are also a popular wedding and honeymoon destination!
Located in Grand Bahama, it is Bahamas’s second-largest city. Freeport was not actually developed until the 1950’, but it is full of relaxing beaches, marinas, and friendly people!
Grand Bahamas Island
With one of the world’s largest underwater caves, the Grand Bahamas is a vacationer’s paradise. With its’ pristine beaches, national parks, and diverse underwater life, Grand Bahamas is one of the most popular destinations in the Bahamas.
Great Inagua Island / Little Inagua Island
Great Inagua and Little Inagua make up Inagua Island, extending over 600 square miles of are at the most southern part of the Bahamas. Great Inagua is the third largest island in the Bahamas and is only about 55 miles from Cuba. Little Inagua is only 30 square miles and is home to a Land and Sea Park. Inagua is a great destination for nature enthusiasts to discover the natural beauty of the land, wild animals, and beautiful reefs.
Harbour Island has been voted as one of Bahamas best beaches; visitors will understand why when they burry their toes in the pink sand and listen to the ocean waves roll onto shore. With average temperatures in the 70s and 80s, Harbour Island is the perfect year round destination. Visitors enjoy entertaining water activities, land activities, and some of the Bahamas’ best dining! There are plenty of accommodations for visitors, ranging from luxurious beachfront villas to family friendly cottages.
Best known for its’ diving, Long Island is home to Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest blue hole in the Bahamas extending more than 600 feet. Divers from all over visit Long Island to experience the mysteries in Dean’s Blue Hole. Long Island is about 80 miles long and draped with beautiful beaches, caves, and cliffs. Long Island is also home to Columbus Point, a memorial to Christopher Columbus.
The capital city of The Bahamas, Nassau is a popular tourist destination in the Bahamas. Founded in 1656, Nassau is the center of history and culture of the Bahamas till this day. Not only are the water activities popular, but there are an abundance of land activities for visitors including the Ardastra Gardens, Atlantis Casino, Fort Charlotte, and much more!
New Providence Island
Home to the Bahamas capital city, Nassau, New Providence Island has become a popular tourist destination. Rich in history and culture, visitors can learn all about The Bahamas history and culture. Enjoy water and land activities including, diving, snorkeling, fishing, casinos, historical landmarks, and so much more while visiting New Providence Island.
Though debated by some researchers, San Salvador is where Christopher Columbus first discovered the New World. Located in the eastern Bahamas, San Salvador covers only 63 square miles of area. This small island is surrounded by beautiful beaches and reefs that bring visitors back year after year!