Nice island. Not a whole lot to do without excursions. We went on a snorkeling excursion which was fun and got to see coral reef and colorful fish. It’s not a real port you have to take a ferry and only 150 people can go on one.
Don’t go with kids and use the GLASS elevators instead of the real ones.
When we went we were informed by the cruise director that Nassau had been on the us departments list of do not travel because of crime rates. I checked on the us department website with carnivals wifi network and it said that crime happens on south of Shirley street and jet ski operators do the most crime. It may change over time but when I read it that’s what it said. So we accidentally went south of Shirley street not knowing where we where going and there was no crime I could see. The people were nice and the beach was also nice. They closed the Atlantic island ferries though and a third party jet ski driver said he would take us 90$ each person but we said no and left. Also, we were supposed to go to Bimini, but it got canceled and was a fun day at sea and was roaming near Florida
Loved! Very interesting, apparently not a lot of people and not a lot of crime. Nobody owns guns not even cops and if someone steals something everyone knows who it is. Small island, beach is dirty and not that great.
Not a port, but very beautiful way there and the way back. There isn’t any buildings but little beaches which you can’t visit but can see in the balcony or outside the ship.
1.book excursions very early- everyone will get the cheap ones and leave you with the expensive ones. 2: Pick your own time dining- sometimes shore excursions will go on your time of dining. 3: Take the carnival booklet the give you, as you can earn free stuff like jewels in your destination. (MAY CHANGE DEPENDING ON CRUISE TIME. ) 4: Bring a hdmi cable because the tv does support it. You have to use the button on the back of the tv.