Marketplace offers the full Miami experience: Cuban food, local artists, hot music,
cool settings! Here you can enjoy the best seafood, salsa and tropical cocktails
for which Miami is known. MORE
Bimini is the nearest of the Bahamian islands to the U.S. mainland. It consists
of a handful of islands and cays just 50 miles east of Miami.
Home to fishing tournaments,
Bimini Regatta, Bimini's "Road to Atlantis", Sapona (Concrete Ship),
Ernest Hemingway Museum, beaches, Fountain of Youth, Straw Market, halfdozen
marinas, restaurants, bars and 1500 people..
The berry Islands...20
islands (most uninhabited) and dozens of rocks and cays. Miles of beautiful
BEACHES, uncountable spectacular shallow REEFS,and
even a couple of neat BLUE HOLES. A visit to
FLO'S CONCH BAR and RESTAURANT on Little Harbour overlooking the Bay is not
to be missed.
Largest of the Bahama Islands (2300 sq mi) But only 20 ft. at
it's highest point ( Morgans Bluff) With less than 10k people it's one of the
friendliest islands. Andros boasts the third largest Barrier Reef in the world.
Other attractions includes Red Bays baskets weavers, wood carvers, and sponging
center. Uncle Charlie's Blue hole and jumping into the ocean off of Morgans
Bluff is refreshing and exciting.
of page / Nassau
Our Miami base is
at Bayside Marketplace in the heart of downtown.
Is the capital of the Bahamas and
it's historic center. Has over 200,000 people. Is a major cruise
port. (can handle 6 ships at a time) Nassau has a large straw market
and many international shops, two casinos and the famous Atlantis