Brimming with life, both on land and under the waves, the Bahamas are a paradise for nature. Come enjoy the sun, sand of the coral-based archipelago and watch nature like you’ve never seen it before.
Oceanic whitetips are ‘pelagic’ animals, meaning they inhabit those parts of the sea that are neither close to the bottom nor near the shore.
The Loggerhead Turtle is the largest of all hard-shelled turtles in the sea and is named for its sizeable log-shaped head.
Thousands of tomtate swim in a thick, silvery school.
At three metres long and reaching weights of up to 540 kilograms, the average adult manatee is similar in size to a large polar bear.
Spotted Atlantic dolphins have been seen taking part in post-mortem rituals.
The islands of the Bahamas are ringed with lush coral, underground cave systems and plunging barrier reefs.
A swarm of jellyfish
To survive, oceanic whitetips need to be bold, opportunistic hunters: urgently investigating any possible source of food.