Paradise Island in the Bahamas lives up to its name. Though Nassau, the colorful capital of the Bahamas, is high up on many traveler’s must-see list, visitors to the Bahamas shouldn't leave without taking a quick jaunt across the sea to explore Paradise Island.
Paradise Island is over 685 acres of tropical fun in the Caribbean. Beaches, restaurants, bars, casinos, innovative hotels and land and water based entertainment cover the island and you'll quickly learn it's nearly impossible to get bored on Paradise Island.
The most famous landmark on Paradise Island is Atlantis Resort. Even if you're not staying at Atlantis you can get day passes to visit its water park and aquarium which has pools, waterslides and sea animals to view – one waterslide even goes through the shark tank.
Golfing and water activities like snorkeling are also popular activities during the day on Paradise Island. At night, the fun continues at the many beach bars that dot the island.