Clifton Heritage Park
For Nassau standards, the Clifton Heritage Land and Sea Park is way off the beaten path. It is not even accessible by public transportation. Nevertheless, it is easy to get to by taxi or through a tour operator. It is best to make it a day trip, as you can explore the winding nature trails and historical ruins, picnic on your choice of three secluded beaches, snorkel off shore over an underwater sculpture garden, walk through the Bahamian equivalent of the Ghanaian “Door of No Return” and meditate in a sacred circle that honors the ancestral mothers who slaved and endured on this former colonial plantation.