Come For The Marathon and Immerse Yourself in The Bahamian Culture


Visiting Nassau for Marathon Bahamas? Don’t forget to take some time and immerse yourself in the local culture and discover the hidden gems of the city:

  • Visit the Local Markets: Pay a visit to the local markets such as the Straw Market or the Fish Fry. These vibrant markets are bustling with activity and offer a wide variety of local crafts, souvenirs, fresh produce, and delicious Bahamian cuisine.
  • Try Bahamian Cuisine: Sample the local flavors by indulging in Bahamian cuisine. Visit local eateries, food stands, and restaurants to try dishes like conch salad, cracked conch, boiled fish, or traditional Bahamian stew. Don’t forget to pair your meal with a refreshing locally brewed Kalik beer.
  • Relax at Local Beaches: While the popular tourist beaches like Cable Beach and Paradise Island are beautiful, consider visiting some of the lesser-known local beaches. Saunders Beach, Love Beach, or Adelaide Beach are great options for enjoying a more relaxed and local beach experience.
  • Interact with Locals: Strike up conversations with the locals and learn about their way of life, traditions, and history. Bahamians are known for their warm hospitality, and engaging with them can provide valuable insights into their culture.
  • Explore the Out Islands: Nassau is the gateway to the Out Islands of the Bahamas. If you have the time, consider taking a day trip or even staying overnight on one of the nearby islands such as Exuma, Andros, or Eleuthera. These islands offer pristine beaches, natural wonders, and a more secluded and authentic Bahamian experience.
  • Enjoy Local Music and Nightlife: Nassau has a lively music and nightlife scene. Dance the night away and soak up the energetic atmosphere.

Remember, experiencing Nassau like a local is all about embracing the culture and connecting with the people.

See you at the start line of Marathon Bahamas