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Guide to Nassau

Nassau is the capital city and the primary destination for people visiting the Bahamas. The city enjoys the most wonderful tropical climate and is one of the most beautiful natural settings anywhere, with exquisite beaches, palm trees and stunningly clear waters. The relaxed attitude of the people here adds further to the mellow feeling being here creates – it is perfect. As a contrast, when darkness falls the city comes to life, with clubs, bars and restaurants offering partying till dawn, after which it is back to relaxing again.

Attractions in Nassau

Try to make sure that you have time in Nassau and see some of the sights Nassau highlights every visitor should see, the Cable Beach is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Bay Street are definitely worth exploring! Nassau’s history provides lots for visitors to enjoy.

You can book a Nassau city tour before you travel and allow our expert Nassau based guides to show you some of Nassau’s hidden treasures.

Sport in Nassau

It often seems as though Nassau’s favourite pastime is Cricket, and the best-known team is Local teams who play at the Haynes Oval. Every year, the biggest event for Nassau sporting calendar is undoubtedly International matches, which takes place at the Haynes Oval.

Attractions in Nassau

Try to make sure that you have time in Nassau and see some of the sights Nassau highlights every visitor should see, the Cable Beach is one of the best. Other popular sights like the Bay Street are definitely worth exploring! Nassau’s history provides lots for visitors to enjoy.

You can book a Nassau city tour before you travel and allow our expert Nassau based guides to show you some of Nassau’s hidden treasures.

Climate Guide to Nassau

Easily pinpoint the best time for going to Nassau thanks to our simple guide to the climate in Nassau. The table below shows the average temperatures in Nassau throughout the year to show you what weather to expect in Nassau.

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Nassau Driving Tips

If you want to drive in Nassau, you need an IDP (international driving permit) for The Bahamas. You can book them with the AA, before going to Nassau.
On the road in Nassau, as with the rest of The Bahamas, you should always keep to the left hand side of the road. At the present time, we cannot provide car hire in Nassau for your trip, there are many attractions around Nassau, so take some time to explore!

Nassau Airport Guide

Nassau International Airport is around 12 miles west of Nassau. The airport, whose international IATA code is NAS, and flights there take 9 hours from the UK approximately. Getting into Nassau is easy. There are plenty of taxis available. Nassau International Airport has many shops to browse before you fly, offering souvenirs from your time in Nassau if you want something to remember your visit.

British Embassy in Nassau

If you get into trouble in Nassau, or just need some advice, the Nassau British Consulate is the place to go.

British High Commission
Third Floor, Ansbacher House
East Street
PO Box N 7516, Nassau

Telephone: (242) 325 7471

The Facts About Nassau

City Name: Nassau
Country: The Bahamas
Language: English
Currency: Bahamian Dollar
Time Difference: GMT - 5
Electricity Supply: 120V AC 60Hz

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