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Bahamian-Canadian Designer Talks Bahamas Love

  Bahamian-Canadian designer, Desirée D’Aguiar continues to find herself immersed in her culture despite only visiting once a year. Her mother is Bahamian and her father is Guyanese. Her swimsuit line Winfred Taylor uses vibrant colors and draws inspiration from different sea animals like jellyfish. We chatted with Desirée to discuss her love for the Bahamas and her […]

Got Beers? A Day At Rip Ty’d

Got Beers? Head to Rip T’yd Bahamas for delicious craft beers. An island vacation is not complete without a cold brew. So, escape the sweltering heat at Rip Ty’d Bahamian Craft Beer taproom. Here is the perfect place to sit back, relax and enjoy Bahamian Craft Beer. Let’s dive into Bahamian [Craft Beer] Culture. Add this taproom to […]

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The Bahamas’ Most Historic Towns

The Bahamas is a country rich in history. After all, these islands were the first point of the colonisation of the Americas. When Columbus landed in 1492, he claimed the islands in the name of the Spanish crown. Despite this, the Spanish never settled on an island. The French also claimed some islands. While they attempted to […]

Six Popular Beaches in Nassau

We know that the gorgeous blues of the Out Islands are undeniable. Astronauts have claimed The Bahamas as ‘the most beautiful place from space.’ In particular, the Exuma cays are some of the most eye-catching waters in the world. However, this is not to dismiss the crystal clear blues of New Providence, Paradise Island, and surrounding cays. […]

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This Brewery Wants To Take You Back to Old Bahamas

If you’ve ever wondered what Old Bahamas looked like, Rip Ty’d a new brewery in The Bahamas wants to take you back in time. Rip Ty’d is on Dowdeswell Street in Nassau, The Bahamas, and it’s less than 20 minutes away from Bay Street. The second you step into Rip Ty’d, you’re hit with a […]

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3 Must Visit Art Galleries in Nassau

The Bahamas is so much more than sun, sand and sea. There is even more to do than eating and drinking all the local cuisine. To truly get a good understanding of the Bahamian culture, you have to experience Bahamian art. The country is filled with talented artists and artisans who are always finding new ways to […]

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Let’s Talk About Bahamas National Dish – Conch

A tropical marine mollusk named conch is a national treasure in The Bahamas. Conch (pronounced “konk”) is the Bahamas national dish. Queen conch is commonly found in the region. Yes, you definitely read sea snail but, before you dismiss the herbivore it’s quite tasty the way they prepare it in The Bahamas. You can find […]

Island Hopping in The Bahamas…with a twist

The Bahamas can be an overwhelming destination to tackle. I’m here to help! Normally, I’m all about getting everyone to stay in the Family islands, but today I wanted to try something different. Let’s talk about Island Hopping in The Bahamas…with a twist. Unfamiliar with Island hopping? No worries. I’ll explain it. The Bahamas is […]

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Vantage Point: The Best Views in the Country

We know that the islands of the Caribbean are pretty mountainous. Though, The Bahamas never got the mountain memo. The highest point in the Caribbean is over 3,000m/10,000ft. Here in The Bahamas, however, the highest point is but 63m/203ft. That pales in comparison to the rest of the region. While our islands missed out on […]


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