THINGS TO DO AROUND TOWN
Discover another side of Nassau and its surrounding waters by experiencing some of the activities listed below. We are also more than happy to point you the right direction if you have any specific requests
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Enjoy exclusive access to the most beautiful private beach on island this summer.
Staying at The Island House allows you to discover the natural beauty and tranquility which The Bahamas is synonymous for in luxury and peace. Our Beach Shuttle will have you relaxing on a pure white sand beach less than 5 minutes away.
Known worldwide as the gateway to the ultimate ephemeral paradise – The Exuma Cays, this privately owned island is a part of TIH family and welcomes yachtsmen and guests to its first-class marina and luxury cottages. Only 35 miles southeast of New Providence, Highbourne Cay boasts eight beaches, all within walking distance of the Marina.
We invite you to discover another side of paradise and stay a few nights on Highbourne Cay.
NAGB (National Art Gallery of The Bahamas)
Discover the first and largest art gallery in The Bahamas, committed to engaging the history of Bahamian art through various exhibitions and workshops.
Another suggestion is to visit the Vincent D’Aguilar Art Foundation, a privately held Bahamian art gallery with an extensive collection.
Less than ten minutes away the world leading Stuart Coves is located, offering full service dive and snorkel operations for all ages. Discover the pristine reefs and diverse underwater formations off the southwest coast of New Providence, spend the day leisurely snorkeling with your entire family or take part in the world famous shark dive. Ages 4 and up.
PAPPA SURF KAYAKING & PADDLE BOARDING
Slip into a sea-kayak and experience the breathtaking sights of our crystal clear waters, or paddle along the shore and explore coves and mangroves. The Pappa Surf team can bring their boards to any location on island you wish to explore.
No trip to The Bahamas would be complete without discovering the breathtaking beauty of the Exumas and a visit to the original swimming pigs on Big Major Cay. As they are located around 80 miles from Nassau, we would be happy to help you arrange a day trip.
PRIMEVAL NATIONAL PARK
Just around the corner you will find one of several Bahamas National Trust protected reserves. The Primeval National Park is a remarkably undisturbed old-growth forest, which is representative of the early evergreen tropical hardwood forests of The Bahamas. You will find dramatic sinkholes- unique limestone “caverns” up to 50 feet deep and sub-fossil remains of Bahamian fauna as well as Lucayan and Bahamian artifacts.
The unofficial national zoo of The Bahamas! A great outing for children, don’t miss the marching flamingo show!