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The Bahamas, which is officially referred to as the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, is a state that consists of nearly 700 islands and several unoccupied cays and islets. As of 2007 the Bahamas population was estimated to be 305,655 with over half of them living in New Providence including in Nassau its capital city. Most Bahamian?s are black Americans and the language spoken by the nationals is English and Creole. The Bahamas is located north of Cuba, Haiti, and southeast of the US and is the third wealthiest nation in the Americas.

The Lucayans were the first to inhabit the Bahamas, which was later occupied by the Britons in the 17th century and became a choice for pirates haunt in the 18th century. The Bahamas gained their independence from the Crown colony in 1973. Due to its stretch to the Atlantic the Bahamas has several beaches which are its major attraction sites with the Paradise Island, Nassau and Grand Bahama being among the most visited islands. Paradise Island has two great beaches i.e. the Cabbage and Paradise Beach. The Exuma and Andros Islands are perfect for families looking for a relaxing place. There is also the Atlantis resort featuring marine habitation and the pools host about 200 species including sharks, green eels, jellyfish etc.

Lucayan National Park is another great place to visit and the cave tour in Grand Bahama Island which combines swimming, kayaking and caving. You can enjoy a dolphin encounter at the Blue Lagoon in Nassau by swimming with them or watching them from the dock. The Abaco National park in the southern Abaco and Abraham?s Bay town square are also interesting places with Abrahams Bay home to Charlton House. Other popular sites include the Adelaide village where Africans were sent to start their lives after slavery, the Andros Iguana hosting the largest indigenous terrestrial vertebrates in the Bahamas, the Atlantis blue hole, The Bahamas historical museum and the barracks hills. Landmarks include the bay street in Nassau, Port Lucaya Market and the queen?s staircase.

There are a variety of options to help you getting around the country. You can choose a water taxi, horse, buses, motor scooter or contact a car hire company. Anycarhire.com is a great starting point for those who want to rent a car for a while to check out the sites at a time and pace that suits them.