New Providence Island
New Providence Island Travel Guide
Hotels in New Providence Island
Make all the Rasta jokes you want; there’s nothing half-baked about this brand-new boutique resort (which officially opens in July 2008).
Restaurants in New Providence Island
This octagonal timber bar is one of a number of shacks on Arawak Cay, just west of downtown, that serve traditional Bahamian food like fried grouper—earning the isle the nickname "The Fish Fry." Kick back with a locally brewed Kalik beer and a conch salad, and watch the lightning-fast chopping pe
Things to do in New Providence Island
They may not have the same cachet as Cubans, but the Bahamian cigars hand-rolled at this 18th-century downtown compound (which includes a formal restaurant, wine cellar, and hotel) are every bit as good.