The Bahamas A great place to VISIT

A nonstop plane ticket to The Bahamas costs around $457. It takes around 3 hours and 4 minutes to get to the Bahamas from Boston

The average yearly income per person in the Bahamas is $32,280. The currency the Bahamas uses is the Bahamian dollar.

This is the Bahamas coat of arms.

National Bird: Flamingo.

National Fish: Blue Marlin

National Flower: Yellow Elder

National Tree: Lignum Vitae

Motto: "Forward, Upward, Onward, Together"

The capital of the Bahamas is Nassau. This is a picture of Nassau.

In The Bahamas there are various avtivities. Some activities are: Scuba Diving, Surfing, Boating, Fishing, Swimming, Shopping, Etc. You can also visit places like: Museums, Beaches, Water parks, Stores, Resturants, etc. You can also go on multiple tours around The Bahamas.

This is a picture of the government house in the Bahamas. The government type in the Bahamas is parliamentary democracy. The major political party is the progressive liberal party. The prime minister of the Bahamas is Perry Christie.

Bahamas economy. Currency: Bahamian dollar

GDP per capita: 22,312.08 USD (2013) World Bank

Gross domestic product: 8.42 billion USD (2013) World Bank

Gross national income: 8.568 billion PPP dollars (2013) World Bank

GNI per capita: 22,700 PPP dollars (2013) World Bank

GDP growth rate: 0.7% annual change (2013) World Bank

These rates are much lower than the ones in the US

Some great hotels in the Bahamas are: Pineapple Field Resort. It is rated 4.4 stars and costs $230 for one hotel room during the summer for 3 days. Tiamo Resort. It is rated 5 stars and costs $800 a night. The Cove Atlantis. It is rated 4.3 stars and costs $526 a night. These are only sone of the great hotels in the Bahamas.

Some of the delicious food from the Bahamas include: Cracked Conch, Conch Salad, Rock Lobster, Bahamian Stew Fish, Johnny Cakes, Pigeon Peas and Rice, Baked Crab, Souse, Guava Dip, Yellow Bird, and so much more!

Some amazing places to visit in the Bahamas include: The Queen's staircase, Christ Church Catherdral, Fort Charlotte, The Hermitage, and so much more!

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By: Ian Medua, Nick Vickery & Damien Diaz

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