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The Bahamas is closer than you thought, and less crowded than you’d imagine.
Just 50 miles off the coast of Florida, at its nearest point, The Bahamas is a close neighbour, but one that still feels worlds away. Around 70% of the island nation’s 400,000 residents live in or near the capital city of Nassau, leaving much of the archipelago’s oceanscape untouched by development.
Blessed with natural beauty, The Bahamas is an unspoiled ocean paradise.
Renowned for its pristine beaches, swirling sandbanks, sapphire blue waters, and teeming coral reefs, The Bahamas has long been a nature lover’s paradise. The natural beauty of the archipelago began attracting tourists as early as the mid-19th Century, and in recent years has resulted in an adventure and ecotourism boom.

The Bahamas has long been a playground for the rich and famous.

In the second half of the 20th Century, hotels, resorts, casinos, and private island residences quickly became part of the Bahamian landscape, but without compromising the environment in which they were built. This balance between luxury development and natural splendour has attracted celebrities like golfer Tiger Woods, actor Johnny Depp, and legendary singers Lenny Kravitz, Faith Hill, and Tim McGraw. Calling The Bahamas at least a part-time home is the pinnacle of status and success.

The definition of “prime real estate” is The Bahamas.
Home to world-class hotels and resorts, award-winning cuisine, top-notch shopping, and endless activities for all ages and interests, The Bahamas is one of the most sought after places to call “home.” Whether you want to get away from it all on a secluded beach, or live near some of the best entertainment and recreation venues in the world, The Bahamas is a truly unique destination with something for everyone—visitors and investors alike.

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