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Bahamas - paradise with 700 islands

Bahamas, America, Best leisure spot

Quiet bays and beaches offers visitors plenty of privacy of a vacation on one of the islands of paradise seemed detached, and bordered by palm trees.

Named Baja Mar, (mean deep water) by Columbus, these islands, with shades from turquoise to pink, personifies the Caribbean realm. Crystal clear waters of ancient wrecks and a secret rainbow of coral reefs, while the pastel colors of shells, and of houses creates a landscape laced tropical virgin coast. There are, however, generous resorts that meet millionaires over the world without violating natural beauty of the island.

Bahamas is an archipelago consisting of about 700 islands scattered in the western Atlantic Ocean. Extends to eighty miles southeast by Florida and eighty kilometers northeast by Cuba. Among neighboring archipelago are Haiti and Turks and Caicos Islands, both are located southeast of the Bahamas.

Climate of the archipelago is semitropical and has two seasons, summer and winter. During the summer, which extends from May to November, the climate is dominated by warm, moist air masses moving north through the Caribbean. Temperatures vary from 21 ° C to 34 ° C with a relative humidity of 60 to 100%. In winter (December-April), the weather is affected by cold polar air masses movement crossing North America, during this period is recorded temperatures between 15 ° C and 24 ° C. Rainfall has become common in May-June and September to October, are intense showers accompanied by strong winds, then the sky is clearing up.

Nassau Capital, keep history in its beautiful mansions, Victorian style, in its cathedrals, the forts of sec. XVIII Queen's staircase whose 66 steps lead to a view that cannot be missed. It houses ancient forts, elegant and noble architecture, and an abundance of hotels, casinos, cabaret shows and yacht that turns the city into a vibrant center.

Discover the lush and tropical gardens of Ardastra, where you will see the famous ostrich flamingos, you will feed the parrots, and you will admire the largest collection of land animals in the Bahamas.

For a memorable day of fun, choose the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, with a huge water park where you will encounter with dolphins and exploring the unique marine habitat that hosts more than 120,000 fish.

Blue Lagoon Island, you can interact with sea lions displaced by Hurricane Katrina and have the opportunity to play with dolphins (known for their nose jar). Are always present in high pools, and many have played in the movie Flipper. It focuses more on interaction, than the famous performance. From December 26 to January 1, you will attend Junkanoo, a street carnival. Junkanoo groups wearing crepe paper costumes and sing local songs, combined with African rhythms with help of musical instruments. At the end of the party, improvised costumes remain on the streets, and are taken by tourists as souvenirs for home.

There are few pleasures in life as simple as tasting a rum cocktail on Abaco beach at sunset, when the sky becomes pink-purple shades. The magical rating is given by the lights of ships arriving in port.

Inagua, one of the islands making up the southern Bahamas archipelago is an eco paradise; a large part of its territory is owned by Windsor Lake. This is an international reserve 80,000 West Indian flamingos, as well as endemic species of birds. There are limestone caves just good for exploring, and conditions for practicing scuba diving site.