23 Jun 2019 - 24 Jun 2019
2 guests - 1 room
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I was quite disappointed with the stop in Nassau on our cruise. There really isn't a lot there and what us there is so touristy. Considering the amount of money that flows through this place, it could be so much more.
Beautifully city with a lot of thing to offer. First of all, the kindness of the population is extremely important there!
The best known island in the Bahamas is also the most developed, making it less ideal for nature lovers, but perfect for families looking for an all-inclusive experience and great for those who love big resorts with lots of activities.
This is s popular stop for cruise ships, but I wouldn't recommend getting off the boat. There's not a lot to see and locals are trying to sell you anything. There is nothing at the Atlantis resort that the public can use for free except the casino.