Olive's Guest House

Blue Hill Road, Nassau, New Providence Island, Bahamas | Hotel
Photo of Olive's Guest House Nassau
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

Travel Blogs from Nassau

Cruise 2 Day 3

A travel blog entry by jraybrown

... and we were introduced to Katie our trip photographer. Our first dive was a 3 part dive we dove on a crashed House boat then down a wall that descends 680000 feet however our dive floor was 100 feet, we then headed back to 40 feet to a crashed DC3 airplane that crashed 40 years ago. Our second dive was called James Bond it had 2 wrecks, the first was a boat used in one bond film where a torpedo was shot through a boat that had nukes, the other was a plane crash ...

Emerald Paradise

A travel blog entry by tripsnthoughts

... out of a huge rock, by hundreds of slaves working for 18 hours a day. The brutality is at display in the form of the stairs.

The Stairs are located by the Fort Fincastle and the huge water tank.

The city is cherished with its history and few building still stand tall for over 200 years being renovated and used currently(hotels, law offices, prison turned to Police HQ, hospitals etc).

Fish Fry:

As the name suggests ...

Arriving Nassau

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc

17

... straight down! Awesome. There’s two cameras out on The Plank. The first is pointing right at you and flashes when you step on a white sensor embedded in the board. To activate another camera hanging off the ship to your left, you pull down a rope at the end of The Plank. During this time (and the whole time on the ropes course), your safety harness is secured to a metal box above you, ensuring you would only fall about two feet if you were to ...

Day 20

A travel blog entry by timbman

2

... around the harbour, it was a bit windy to go anywhere else - tomorrow Craig wants to take us to rise island if its not too windy. Then it was back to the homestead to see uncle Don and Heather! Sat on the back balcony for a few drinks and then headed to a pub for dinner/drinks where Amanda was doing some fundraiser. Nice night with the Bahamian Boormans. Again we stopped at every table as everyone knows ...

Laid Back Island

A travel blog entry by prinret

3

... my thirteen month old great granddaughter. Gracie likes to put things in containers and take them out, so it was a perfect gift for her.

It was a warm day and we were still tired from our early departure the day before so we took our time and walked back to the ship. We wanted to explore the Equinox and see all the activities she would offer over the ...

 

Other places to stay in Nassau