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 Whitetip Shark

    Oceanic whitetips are ‘pelagic’ animals, meaning they inhabit those parts of the sea that are neither close to the bottom nor near the shore.

  • Loggerhead Turtle

    The Loggerhead Turtle is the largest of all hard-shelled turtles in the sea and is named for its sizeable log-shaped head.

  • Tomtate

    Thousands of tomtate swim in a thick, silvery school.

  • Manatee

    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

    Spotted Atlantic dolphins have been seen taking part in post-mortem rituals.

  • Underwater caves

    The islands of the Bahamas are ringed with lush coral, underground cave systems and plunging barrier reefs.

  • Jellyfish

    A swarm of jellyfish

  • Oceanic Whitetip Shark

    To survive, oceanic whitetips need to be bold, opportunistic hunters: urgently investigating any possible source of food.

  • Eleuthera