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Bahamas Officially the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, is a country consisting of more than 3,000 islands, cays, and islets. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba and Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti), northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands, and southeast of the United States (nearest to the state of Florida). Its land area is 13,939 km2 (5,382 sq mi), with a population of 353,658. Its capital is Nassau. Geographically, the Bahamas lie in the same island chain as Cuba, Hispaniola and the Turks and Caicos Islands; the designation of Bahamas refers normally to the Commonwealth and not the geographic chain.

Cuisne The Bahamas are the delight of fresh seafood lovers who enjoy the bountifully rich treasures from the sea. Crawfish (local rock lobster) conch (pronounced 'konk'), land crabs, and fish such as Grouper, Yellow Tail and Red Snapper are local and tourist favorites.

Conch (pronounced 'konk'), is a mollusk (shell fish like an oyster), is a perennial local seafood favorite. Unlike the slimy oyster the meat of conch is firm and white and is prepared in a variety of ways including conch chowder, conch stew, conch salad, popular conch fritters, and is also deep fried as "cracked conch".

Boiled fish and grits is a favorite breakfast. Boiled fish is also delicious served with homemade Island bread. Grouper is the most popular fish used for boiling. Bahamians are experts at cooking this fish which is flaky, white, tender and mild in flavor.

Other specialties include Bahamian stew fish (made with celery, onions, tomatoes, spices and fish), Bahamian crawfish, peas n' rice (consisting of pigeon peas with salt, pork or bacon, tomatoes, celery, rice, thyme and pepper) and Johnny cake (pan-cooked bread made with butter, milk, flour, sugar, salt and baking powder).

Scuba Diving -From the teeming coral reefs and overgrown shipwrecks off Nassau and Paradise Island, to the transparent waters filled with aquatic species in the reefs off Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, to the extensive submerged caverns of the nature preserve of Lucayan National Park, guides will transport you to the most intriguing locales where you will witness a remarkable array of marine species in the clear warm waters off the Bahamas. You will see examples of an assortment of tropical species, including parrot fish, trumpet fish, clown fish, and angel fish. Other exotic species off the Bahamian coast include variegated sponges, huge brain coral, giant anemones, mantas, and an array of other strange and wonderful undersea species. If you are looking for some real heart-pumping action on a scuba dive, we also offer some exhilarating shark dives under the watchful supervision of our experienced shark wranglers.

Offshore Fishing - The teeming waters off the shores of the Bahama Islands are the idyllic environment to enjoy some exciting deep sea fishing. Board one splendid charter vessels, customized to provide the ultimate fishing expedition, for an amazing half or full day of deepwater trolling for an array of fabulous fighting game fish.

Snokeling - Whether you are visiting Nassau, Paradise Island, or Freeport, an unparalleled aquatic adventure awaits you. The crystal-clear tropical waters off the shores of the Bahama Islands are home to an astounding variety of marine life thriving in the extensive coral reef system. Some of the prismatic tropical fish species that dwell amongst the coral and sponges include angelfish, clown fish, parrotfish, yellowhead jawfish, and sergeant majors. Other species you may witness include sea turtles, eels, reef sharks, manta rays, barracudas, and various mollusks and crustaceans.

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