Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas, is actually located on the island of New Providence. Less than a half mile (804 m) north of Nassau is the resort enclave of Paradise Island. Together, these two — Nassau & Paradise Island — form the heartbeat of The Bahamas. New Providence is approximately 80 square miles (207 km2) and two bridges connect it to Paradise Island, which is only 685 acres (2.7 km2), so it’s quite easy to hop around from one idyllic spot to the next.

Part British, part West African, the diverse historical and cultural influences give Nassau a spirit of its own. Pink government buildings, colorful homes and mini-mansions coupled with small hotels and mega resorts line our costal shoreline and waterfront city creating a picture-perfect destination.

With miles of powdery white sand caressed by stunning “Bahama-blue” waters, beaches in Nassau & Paradise Island are truly a piece of paradise. And with sunshine 300 days a year, conditions are perfect to enjoy everything from swimming to snorkeling to kite surfing to snoozing under a swaying palm.

Some of the most popular beaches in Nassau are Cable Beach, Love Beach, Saunders Beach, Junkanoo Beach, Cave Beach and Jaws Beach. Visitor favorites on Paradise Island include Paradise Beach, Cabbage Beach and Cove Beach.

Tropical Metropolis
No matter what your clients’ interests are, they are sure to find a thrilling experience in Nassau.

Foodies will savor a culinary tour through downtown Nassau, sampling teas, rum and traditional Bahamian dishes, the all-day Fish Fry at Arawak Cay, or experience an exclusive food and wine pairing at numerous fine dining establishments.
History-buffs can board a Segway and ride through our colorful history, check out a Junkanoo museum, visit the Queen’s Staircase or Clifton Heritage National Park.
Shopaholics will flock to Nassau’s Bay Street to try on the latest fashions, stroll down quaint streets for souvenirs, or pick up the perfect gift for a loved one at a luxury boutique.
Night owls will find no shortage of entertainment here. From live music at an intimate bar or trendy cocktails at a roof-top nightclub to high rolling at the largest casino in the Caribbean, Nassau is the place to be.
Sea-lovers can charter a yacht, sailboat, book a fishing tour, a dive tour or a powerboat excursion and chart their adventures around New Providence or island-hop through The Islands of The Bahamas.