Bahamas National Trust
This grassy cemetery holds the remains of pirates and other rascals executed during the past three centuries. The tumbledown tombs are...
Sitting atop the ridge south of Fort Montagu is Blackbeard's Tower, a semiderelict cut-stone tower that, according to local lore, was...
No trip would be complete for families, or even big kids, without a visit to Atlantis' huge Waterscape. Claiming to be the world's...
In an old lakeside mansion east of downtown, the sprawling Waterloo has been getting spring breakers drunk and dancing for 30 years.
A recommended option is the oddly named and, some might say, teeny-bit pretentious restaurant that vets its customers before allowing...
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Lonely Planet review
Located in the lovely Retreat garden, this place is a must-see for the botanically inclined. The star of the show was a rare and awesome Ceylonese talipot palm, which expended all its energy in 1986 on a once-in-a-lifetime bloom and died. Other specimens include hardwoods such as mahogany. Native orchids grace the trunks, and splendid ferns nestle in the limestone holes in which the palms are planted. Take a tour or stroll in this peaceful place.