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The quiet coves, sheltered bays and crowd-free beaches of the Bahamas offer visitors the intimacy of a secluded retreat within a surprisingly expansive archipelago. Twice the size of Spain, the Bahamas features over 700 palm-lined islands, tranquil coves, sheltered bays and vast beaches – enough to guarantee you quiet away from the maddening traveling crowd. Immerse yourself in its clear, turquoise waters, dive for ancient shipwrecks or discover colourful reefs with lush marine life. Take snapshots of pastel-coloured cottages and gorgeous blooms everywhere. Best of all, dance to the music of the islands and mix with the happy locals.
With pristine white-sand beaches and spectacular surroundings, the secluded island of CocoCay is a wonderland of adventure, reserved exclusively for Royal Caribbean guests. This tropical paradise has recently been updated with new aquatic facilities. Explore the island’s winding nature trails, scuba dive in the clearest blue sea or just lie back and relax in a hammock on the beach and enjoy our island-style seaside barbecue. This private island doesn't have any restaurants or shops, but the private beach offers mixed and frozen drinks that are out of this world. Order yours from a shady hammock to capture the true spirit of CocoCay.
The capital of the Bahamas has the best of everything, with its historic landmarks, shopping, excellent beaches and fantastic variety of both water and land activities. For many years, Nassau was a home base for notorious pirates, and was burned to the ground by the Spanish three different times. Since 1740, however, visitors seeking relaxation and adventure have made Nassau their favourite destination. For stunning views, climb the Queen’s Staircase to Fort Fincastle or head to Paradise Island to swim or snorkel in its crystal clear waters.