Freeport is a port city located on Grand Bahama island in the Bahamas, and in addition to offering great beaches and Caribbean-inspired dining, it is a shopping mecca for those who like a bit of retail therapy while on vacation. Freeport is home to many duty free shops where you can purchase souvenirs and products ranging from clothing to liquor tax free and sometimes even at cheaper prices than what you’ll find back home. There are also local artisan crafts that you won’t want to miss out on seeing and possibly purchasing to take home as a souvenir. Here are a couple of Freeport’s best shopping spots.
The Caribbean has long had a history tied in with rum and experiencing the liquor is often a must-do for libation lovers vacationing in the Bahamas. If you’re in the Bahamas this February, take advantage of learning more about Rum – and tasting lots of it – at the RumBahamas Festival. If your time in the Bahamas […]
Nassau is located on the island of New Providence in the Bahamas and is home to fortresses constructed hundreds of years ago to protect the island. Due to the threat of attacks being not as severe as the British colonial government suspected, these fortresses are still largely intact and now visitors to the island can explore the fortresses of Nassau and learn about history while taking in gorgeous scenery of the Bahamas.
The Bahamas consists of hundreds of islands though a few of the larger ones get most of the attention thanks to the gorgeous cities built on their land. Here is a guide to the most beautiful port cities in the Bahamas.
This month, one lucky traveler will win 2 Tickets for a Rose Island Day Trip by Boat from Nassau! Read on to find out more…
Nassau, Bahamas is, perhaps, the Bahamas most sought-after city. With a beautiful natural port, crystalline waters, and over 300 days of sunshine a year, it’s hard to go wrong with Nassau. And while you’re out and about exploring all the fun and fabulous things to do in Nassau, it’s easy to forget that it was once home to nefarious pirates.