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Lonely Planet, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 175 pages
With 25 island groups strewn across miles of transparent blue seas, The Bahamas offers an extensive variety of marine adventures. Dive with sharks, swim with dolphins, and explore sunlit reefs, mysterious blue holes, natural wrecks and vertigo-inducing walls. Highlights include Shark Rodeo at Walker's Cay, wild dolphins at Little Bahama Bank and New Providence's movie-set wrecks. Topside, indulge in great dining and nightlife on the main islands, or take off for the pristine beaches and rich culture of the Out Islands. This guide describes 108 of the archipelago's top sites, with full-color photos throughout.

You'll get specific information on:
-- Dive site depth range, access and conditions
-- Common and hazardous marine life
-- Topside activities and attractions
-- Diving services and live-aboards
-- 15 easy-to-read maps

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Lawrence works in the production department of the Open University Press.

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