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Caves Beach

Caves Beach is also located near Nassau and is one of the best beaches in Bahamas if you are looking to get away form all the tourist. It is a taxi ride away about 15 minutes and doesn't have to many services like restaurant or bars so pack a lunch with you.

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Cabbage Beach

Cabbage beach in Nassau is located near Paradise beach. The beach is long and has lots of room to lay out and catch the sun. You will often see people just laying out on the beach even sleeping there from having to ruff of a night before from a party in the nearby hotels. The beach is lined with trees and has lots of shaded areas

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Cable Beach

Cable beach in Nassau is located only a few minutes drive away form Nassau and the cruise ship area. There are many resorts and hotels and services available around this beach and is very popular destination for hotel and cruise ship guest.

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Paradise Beach

Paradise beach in Nassau is located on Paradise Island where the Atlantis hotel and casino is./ Part of the beach is reserved for guest of the hotel but cruise ship visitors can enjoy the beach as well. day passes to the Atlantis themed park and beach area can also be purchased. the beach has nice sand but the waters are on the open side so they can be ruff with an under toe so watch out and be careful swimming as some deaths have occurred in the ruff waves.

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Western Esplanade

This is one of the best beaches in Bahamas located not to far away form the ship in Nassau. The beach is about a 10 minute walk from the pier so it makes for an easy afternoon. Western Esplanande beach is also refereed to many as Junkanoo beach, you will find lots of parties happening here with local activities, food trucks and services.

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Nassau is one of the most popular cruise destinations because it is so close to Miami. The most popular thing to do in Nassau is go to Paradise Island and visit the Atlantis hotel and Casino. Other than that you can take a tour to a private island, a glass bottom Boat tour or maybe try some local cuisine at the Fish fry. If that's not your thing than you can just walk up and down the main street.

Jun 10, 2014

if you are looking for something different in Nassau, take a walk all the way down the main street around the corner, you find the Hilton Hotel. They offer cruise passengers a all inclusive day pass for only $65 including food an drink. Close to the port about 5 minutes walk

Jan 09, 2013

If you are planning a cruise for the first time it can be overwhelming. You will be going to unknown destinations like the Caribbean,Alaska,Hawaii, The Mediterranean or even as far away as Asia. destinations that you have never been before and don't have a clue what to expect. so where do you begin. Well, luckily we have the internet. Google is everyone's best friend for just about anything. type in a few words and you can find everything. we have develop a simple and easy to use site that gives you just about everything you need to know about your next cruise port of call. www.cruiseportconnection.com can get you connected to your next cruise destination.

Sep 04, 2012

If you have never been to Nassau Bahamas before you can expect to see a lot of cruise ships in port with you when you get there. The town is right outside the cruise terminal and there are many shops,restaurants and stores to buy local goods, If you havent been before make sure to make your way to Paradise Islands where the Atlantis hotel and casino is. This will surely be a highlight of your day.

May 27, 2012

Cable beach and Cabbage beach on Paradise Island are both great beaches.

Jun 22, 2010
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The capital city of The Bahamas is found on our 11th largest island, New Providence. Nassau’s history can be traced back to days of the legendary pirate Blackbeard. Its sheltered harbor, mansions, cathedrals and 18th-century fortresses have been beautifully preserved.

Paradise Island

Once known as Hogg Island, Paradise Island is 685 acres of pure bliss connected to Nassau by two bridges. The island was developed almost exclusively to delight and entertain visitors.

Bay Street

Shops, pubs and cafes line Nassau’s historic Bay Street. Considered the city’s “Main Street”, it has maintained its historic feel while offering all the amenities our visitors’ desire.

Blue Lagoon Island

A relaxing 20-minute sail from Nassau, Blue Lagoon Island has several programs that allow visitors to interact with dolphins. Meet these loving mammals from the edge of the water or get up close and personal right next to them in the ocean.

Cable Beach

Just few miles west of Nassau. There sits a two-and-a-half mile stretch of beach and beach life. Cable Beach is also home to the Crystal Palace Casino, as well as several luxury resorts, nightclubs and the Cable Beach golf course.





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