There is no better place to have a perfect spring break than the capital of The Bahamas. Located on New Providence Island, Nassau is popular for its vast sandy beaches. The beaches are awesome for swimming as well. Further inland, the old colonial buildings are a stark departure from what you will see elsewhere. The nightlife with its accompanying bars and restaurants make a spring break in The Bahamas the perfect way to cut loose and have fun.
Famous for its wild nightlife, a spring break here could be the best preparation for the summer. There are huge bonfire nights on the beaches where, during the day, fishes are eager to swim by your side and teach you the secrets of what was once a swamp and scrubland. The scene today, with its national parks and underwater cave systems is bound to leave you rejuvenated after a long and cold winter.
The Bahamas is surrounded by shallow waters due to coral reefs. At West End, you get to experience the unique marine ecosystem that has evolved over thousands of years. During spring break, it is easy to spot dolphins and tortoises swimming right before your nose. When your limbs get tired from too many back strokes, there are enough beaches to catch a rest while enjoying the eternal sunshine.
Located on San Salvador, Cookburn Town is blessed with a sparse population of beautiful and welcoming people. The island's many shallow reefs are perfect for snorkeling and admiring the very friendly fish swimming within. Take your time exploring the Dixon Lighthouse and the commanding view it offers. In addition, there are historic sites to visit to learn more about the people who inhabit the island, like the ruins at Watling's Castle.
Located on North Andros, this city is one of the most under-explored of The Bahamas. The barrier reef on the island is a popular destination for diving. There are many festivals and events organized on the sparsely-populated island, giving visitors the perfect opportunity to swim, drink, and dance through to summer.