1.) Blue Holes National Park
Located on Andros, this park has been protected since 2002 and covers over 33,000 acres of land, blue holes and freshwater reservoirs. The limestone of the island has created elaborate underwater caves that you can snorkel or scuba dive to explore.
If you are more of a land dweller, hiking is an option too. You’ll see loads of local, Bahamian, bird species all across the routes.
2.) The Cloisters, Nassau (Traveling To The Bahamas, Guide And Tips)
Located on Paradise Island in the Bahamian capital of Nassau, you can explore the remnants of a 14th-century French Monastery that was brought to the island.
The Cloisters have a lot of history- they were literally moved to the United States in the 1920s, and then relocated to a hill on Paradise Island. The area is popular for exploring, photos and a hilltop view of Nassau.
If you’re in Nassau, make sure to also see the Government Building too.