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Explore Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas. Visit century old establishments, museums and landmarks.
You can also board a fast ferry boat and cruise over to nearby Harbor Island for an afternoon that includes lunch, a historic walking tour and use of a beach cabana.
New Providence Island (also known as Nassau/Paradise Island) provides a lively atmosphere including beachfront resorts, a wide range of dining venues, an exciting nightlife, shopping and watersports.
Scuba diving and snorkeling are a favorite among honeymooners to the Bahamas. Sport fishing and golfing are also popular. Or take a tour that includes Calypso entertainment, snorkeling, lunch and amazing view of the islands by boat. Above all, couples like to relax and play in the ocean or on the fantastic beaches.
|Beautiful Bahamian art and antiques, meticulously handcrafted jewelry, leather goods, handmade clothing and ceramics can easily be found. You can also find many products at discounted duty-free prices. Nassau's famous Straw Market is a mecca for craftsmanship and creativity, offering stacks of local products.|
The official language of The Islands Of The Bahamas is English, more British than American, and generally intertwined with a special Bahamian dialect. Some Indian words like "cassava" and "guava" have been retained in the language.
Bahamain Dollar, though the U.S. Dollar is widely accepted and is equal to the Bahamain Dollar.
|The annual average temperature is 76°F. The islands are semitropical, with a yearly rainfall of 52", occuring mostly during the months of May-June and September-October.|
|A valid U.S. passport for U.S. born citizens. Ask your travel professional about the newlywed procedures if you changed your name.|
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