Romantic Things to Do in the Bahamas

September 21, 2012 by

Shore Excursions, Things To Do, Tours & Activities, Unforgettable Experiences

Sunset in the Bahamas. Photo courtesy of cdorobek via Flickr.

Sunset in the Bahamas. Photo courtesy of cdorobek via Flickr.

Offering pristine white sand beaches, clear Caribbean waters and some of the best all-inclusive resorts and spas in the Caribbean, the Islands of the Bahamas are an ideal destination for weddings, honeymoons and romantic couple’s getaways. Make your next visit to the Caribbean a memorable one with these romantic things to do in the Bahamas.

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1) Secluded Beaches

Couples will enjoy a romantic stroll along one of the island’s secluded stretches of sand. Escape the crowds and head for the southern coast of Grand Bahama Island or any of the Out Island beaches. The pink sand beaches on Harbour Island in the Bahamas are particularly romantic.

2) Sunset Dinner Cruise

Spend a romantic evening aboard an elegant couple’s-only sunset dinner cruise in the Bahamas. Watch the sun set into the Caribbean while sipping a rum cocktail and enjoy scenic views of Nassau and Paradise Island. Share a traditional Bahamian meal, listen to live music and enjoy a romantic evening of sailing under the stars.

3) Horseback Riding on the Beach

Couples looking to get off the beaten path in the Bahamas can explore the Bahamian countryside, pine forests and secluded beaches on horseback. Enjoy a relaxing and leisurely ride, splash along the water’s edge and cool off with a refreshing dip in the calm, clear Caribbean waters.

4) Nassau Sailing Adventure

Set sail on the Caribbean for a relaxing and scenic day out at sea. Romantic sailboat tours in the Bahamas are the perfect activity for couples looking to escape the crowds in Nassau. For those wishing to get a bit more hands on, there’s even the option of a full sailing lesson.

5) Lucayan National Park Tour

Visitors to Lucayan National Park in the Bahamas can explore one of the longest underground cave systems in the Caribbean, admire the natural scenery of the region from a wooden bridge perched high above the mangroves, snorkel in the clear Caribbean waters off the coast of the Bahamas and spend a relaxing and romantic afternoon on the island’s beautiful secluded beaches.

- Laura Nazimiec

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