Collected by Rheyna
Williams Town BS, Exuma, The Bahamas
If you partake in one culinary experience while in the Bahamas, make it Santana's "Cracked Lobster" on Little Exuma. Chef Dee fries the lobster while it's still in the shell in her "secret sauce" made with local spices from her garden. It's served...
27122 Goal Street, Dunmore Town, The Bahamas
From a members-only beach club in the 1960s, the Dunmore, on Harbour Island, has evolved into a 16-room boutique hotel whose spirit and decor evoke that era. Interior designer Amanda Lindroth oversaw a major renovation when the hotel’s...
Staniel Cay Yacht Club, The Bahamas
It helps to be a bit of a mermaid when visiting the Caribbean, especially in the tiniest island communities like Staniel Cay in The Bahamas’ Exuma archipelago. Accessible either by charter flight or charter boat, Staniel Cay is paradise for...
Rokers Point Settlement, The Bahamas
In Rolle Town on Great Exuma an interesting experience is visiting the local bush tea woman and learning about curative herbs and fruits and how they can be blended into teas to help illness and ailments. I visited Lillie Maye Rolle's home and saw...
Paradise Island Dr, Nassau, The Bahamas
Known for its miles of cool water and towering resort peaks, Atlantis Bahamas is a summer wonderland for families on the go. But what the glossy brochures fail to calculate is the pricey tag on a family-of-four vacation to this fun-under-the-sun...
Dunmore Town, The Bahamas
As unappetizing as that may sound–this Bahamian dish is truly DIVINE! Sip Sip (on the beach) has boiled fish on their menu: Sundays only! I make sure to include Sundays in my Harbour Island travel plans just to get my fix. Sip Sip opens for lunch...
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