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Climb The Hermitage

The Hermitage is a beautifully constructed monastery crafted by hands in 1939. It is located on the 206 ft hill of Mt. Alvernia, the highest point in the entire Bahamas. 206ft is not really tall but for the mostly flat nation of The Bahamas, this is a really big hill, the perfect vantage point to take… View Article
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The Preacher’s Cave

Travelers seeking religious freedom unintentionally ventured to Eleuthera. They were shipwrecked and found refuge in a cave along the shores, and conducted church services. This enormous and stunning cave is exuded beauty and tells the story of the enduring settlers. nmdemarzo la_reina_azul
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Clifton Heritage Park

More than 200 acres comprise the historical park, Clifton Heritage. Travellers who venture to the West point of New Providence can learn about the Lucayans’ way of life and the former slave plantation. Art work is also displayed to the tip of Clifton Heritage depicting women slaves gazing out at sea towards their African home…. View Article
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The Queen’s Staircase

The hands of slaves carved this majestic stairway out of limestone in the 18th century and it was renamed later after the Queen Victoria. Follow the path between towering limestone walls as vegetation lines it with a pop of green colour. This attraction is a captivating site which travelers can appreciate. natashahelwig   meeeshmurph