By One Particular Harbour Condos, Nassau on Mar 13, 2020 1:37:32 PM
Where can you explore limestone caves, dive blue holes, experience weightlessness, feed swimming pigs, and catch a grand slam? The Out Islands of The Bahamas.
The best part is, all 700 islands of The Bahamas are easily accessible from the marina at One Particular Harbour Condos Nassau.
So, what are you waiting for? Pack up the cooler and head out for a day, or days, of endless thrills. Just pull out of the marina, make a left and you’re bound to sail upon one of these treasures.
New Providence Island
New Providence Island is home to Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas. A vibrant metropolitan hub with an extensive array of dining, shopping, and entertainment, it’s one of the most popular destinations among tourists and part-time residents. It also boasts the country’s largest airport (Lynden Pindling International Airport) and seaport (Prince George Wharf), which can dock seven cruise ships at one time.
And while New Providence offers beautiful beaches and stunning seascapes in its own right, it also makes an ideal jumping off point to visit the Out Islands.
Paradise Island is located across Nassau Harbor from New Providence and is renowned for its casino, waterpark, aquarium, and shopping. Many visitors enjoy staying in Nassau and simply crossing one of the two bridges to visit Paradise Island.
Acklins & Crooked Islands
Billed as the Bahamian ‘Outback,’ Acklins & Crooked Islands are two of the country’s more remote islands and known as an excellent off-the-grid escape for those eager to snorkel in coral gardens, explore limestone caves, or relax on a long stretch of secluded white sand beach.
Eleuthera and Harbour Islands
Originally settled by British Loyalists in the late 1700s, Eleuthera and Harbour Islands offer visitors a chance to explore elegant 18th century New England style architecture (much of which is still there), pink sand beaches, and rolling pineapple farms.
Itself an archipelago of 365 cays and islands located 35 miles southeast of Nassau, the Exumas are known as a playground to some of Hollywood's brightest stars – and also to the famous swimming pigs! The privacy and pristine beaches, not to mention luxury resorts, world’s oldest known macro-fossils (stromatolites), and mile-long sandbar of pure white sand are a large part of the appeal of the Exumas.
The Berry Islands
The Berry Islands are an ideal destination for those eager to explore the undersea world. It’s made up of 30 cays (most of which are uninhabited) and offers outstanding snorkeling and diving, including multiple shipwrecks and a 600-foot-wide blue hole ripe for surveying. The Berry Islands also offer seven miles of beaches and some of the best sport fishing in the Bahamas.
The fifth largest island in the Caribbean at 2,300 square miles, Andros is the largest but least developed island in The Bahamas. It’s popular among nature lovers and bone fishermen alike, and boasts five national parks, numerous blue holes, a prominent fringing reef, and even a mythical octopus-like sea creature named Lusca.
Cat Island is one of the less frequented but most beautiful out-islands in The Bahamas. At its highest point, Mt. Alvernia, a medieval stone monastery known as The Hermitage overlooks miles of gorgeous nature trails, an eight-mile pink-sand beach, and the boyhood home of the islands most famous son, Sir Sidney Poitier.
Experience All of The Bahamas
The saying goes, “It’s Better in The Bahamas” and we think you’ll agree. You have so many beautiful places to visit and explore in this archipelago paradise. Come see why The Bahamas is, and always will be, one of the top destinations in the world.
If you’re interested in making One Particular Harbour Condos at Margaritaville Beach Resort, Nassau, Bahamas your new home port, you can download a general brochure about the resort or submit your information and we'll send you more detailed information on ownership opportunities.