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Nassau Holidays

Nassau is the capital city of Bahamas, situated in New Providence Island. Holidays in Nassau are popular as they display a perfect mix of modern and old world charms. Nassau has been the centrepiece of the island country since the days of Blackbeard the pirate. Nassau is a highly cosmopolitan city when compared to Grand Bahamas and the centre of tourism in Bahamas. Holiday makers fondly call Nassau a vacation playground of fine white sand beaches and exciting nightlife. From casinos, cabaret shows, magic arts and acrobatics to moonlight dinner cruises and theatre performance, holidays in Nassau is a great experience. All inclusive holiday packages, Cruise holiday Packages and Late holiday Packages to Nassau are all designed to make your trip memorable and hassle free.

Holidays in Nassau are famous especially for duty-free products which include Liquor, perfumes, jewellery along with local and international craft goods. Best buys and shopping bargains can be found in the city’s Straw Market along Bay Street. Venture east on Bay Street a bridge will take you to Paradise Islands, which is the boating heart of Nassau/Paradise islands with a number of marinas. East end is a residential area where you will get to see the colonial flavour influenced by Nassau’s past.

Holidays in Nassau are famous for their numerous Casinos along the shores. If you are the one seeking a more tranquil Nassau holidays experience, explore beyond cable beach where large pine trees and long white beaches dominate.
Imposing colonial and public buildings form a backdrop to the bustling street markets in Nassau. Fort Charlotte, Nassau botanical gardens and Ardastra gardens draw many visitors. Nassau is home to the world’s biggest man-made coral-reef called the Coral World marine observatory. Holidays in Nassau are incomplete without Snorkelling, windsurfing, scuba diving, jet-ski and extreme water sporting activities. This and more can be explored with Zip Holidays’ exotic Holiday Packages to Nassau.

General Etiquette Nassau

People in Nassau are very conversational; therefore it is good etiquette to engage in a brief conversation before you ask any favour. As the locals are highly dependent on tourism for their income, it is polite to tip them on receiving any help. Tipping after a meal in a restaurant is customary.

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