Getting to this tropical paradise shouldn't be all too difficult as there are a host of options to choose from in terms of air and water routes.
There are several airports both private and international. Either way you'll surely find something to suit your budget. The main attraction in these islands is mainly the expansive beaches; but don't overlook the rich cultural and traditional aspects that are to be found aplenty. There are plenty of events that happen on a regular basis like the 'Smith's Point Fish Fry' is hosted every Wednesday. While others like the 'People-to-People Tea Party' is held bi-annually.
If you wish to soak in the island, a well given advice will be to take a trek into the mainland of these islands to discover their essence. The Bahamas Islands is one place but many destinations. There are plenty of churches in the islands ranging from quaint to grand. Guided tours is the best option as you get to take more that a peek into the island life and not restrict yourself to the beaches. Dining options are several in number and are sprinkled across the islands. Some of the places that serve up delicacies are: Angler's Restaurant , Bayview Restaurant on the Water , Bluff House Restaurant , Cap'n Jack's , Angie's Poop Deck Restaurant & Bar , Fisherman's Rest , L & M Restaurant , Land Crab Restaurant , Bimini Bone Fish Club , Coritz Deli , Fab's Conch Salad Stand , Petite Conch Restaurant , Angela's Starfish Restaurant , Arthur's Bakery , Calypso Cafe , Elvina's , J J's Cocktail Lounge , Pink Sands , Coco Plum Beach Bar & Grill , Iva Bowe's Restaurant andCoconut Cove Hotel .