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Blue Lagoon Island
Wikipedia | Google | Google Images | FlickrBlue Lagoon Island is located 4.8 kilometers from Nassau, Bahamas. The private island is a local attraction for tourists, which makes it the perfect tropical getaway.
HistoryBlue Lagoon Island’s lagoon was classified as a salt marsh before the late 1800s. It was then legally known as Salt Cay.
What to ExpectBlue Lagoon Island is known to be one of the finest beaches in the Bahamas. Just a few minutes from the city of Nassau, an array of activities under the golden sun can be enjoyed by the visitors.
You can join the picturesque boat sightseeing tour, unwind on the tranquil beach, participate in different and fun water sports, enjoy a lunch of grilled specialties, lounge with a couple of tropical refreshments in hand, and of course, take a swim in the beautiful lagoon. You will surely have a splendid time more so if you bring your family with you!
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How to Get There
By PlaneThe Bahamas Air is the main carrier of flights to Bahamas from Nassau which cover a majority of population centers. But fares are unexpectedly expensive, planes are small , frequencies are low, and the airline have so much delays which results in some travelers choosing charter planes instead.
By BusNew Province/ Nassau have a bus transportation system called “Jitneys”, which also provide options for tourist who are enjoy the experience of riding unusual road transportation.
By TaxiTaxis going to the Bahamas Cable Beach from the airport can be expensive; it is expected to range from $ 15 USD to $ 20 USD without a room to negotiate.
Nearby LandmarksArdastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Park is the perfect place to experience the amazing local, Caribbean flora and fauna. There's no better way to get up-close and personal with Bahamas’ nature at its finest! If you feel like discovering the infamous and renowned parts of the Caribbean history, get your eye, peg leg, and eye patch on and visit the interactive pirate attractions in the Pirates of Nassau.
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Author: epicandrea. Last updated: May 31, 2014