What to Do

What to Do


Outkast Cruise CharterThe best way to experience the islands of The Bahamas is by chartering a boat. You can explore remote islands or hidden coves and beaches while learning about the exotic flora and fauna or just watching the sun set from the privacy of your own boat. Outkast Cruises aims to give you an experience of a lifetime aboard its scenic sports fishing boat – whether you plan to explore as much of the coastline as possible or whether you just want to relax and watch the world go by. Honour your special occasion by creating a private event that will become a treasured memory. Outkast Cruises offers Half & Full day boat trips.


Day at the Beach and Sea includes the following:

  • Harbor Cruises
  • Water Sports-Wakeboarding, inter-tube
  • Kayak
  • Snorkeling
  • Scuba Diving
  • Fishing
  • Sunset Cruises

Additional Services

  • Photography (up to 150 photos on compact disc and delivered)
  • Lunch on Beach


  • Half day (4 hours) – $300.00
  • Full day (8 hours) – $500.00
  • Lunch (up to 4 persons) – $125.00
  • Still Photography – $100.00


  • Call for reservations; 242-395-4140 or 242-362-0231
  • Or email reservations@beststaybahamas.com


Things to do at the Coco Plum ResortThe most relaxing and enchanting way to spend a Caribbean evening has to be a dinner cruise, and we have just the right one for you! The Lucayan Lady boasts three decks, a length of 75 feet, and plenty of space for a beautiful night on Bahamian waters. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the view of beautiful coastlines and a gorgeous sunset. Not all dinner cruises are alike and we are confident that your time with us will be unforgettable!

Listen to the tranquil sounds of the sea and let a wonderful sunny day wind down as we serve you a delicious dinner, buffet style, consisting of chicken, beef, fish, peas, rice, salad, rolls, and dessert. Imagine being spoiled with Bahamian specialties against the tropical backdrop of our islands! But we don’t stop there! After dinner you are invited to enjoy the entertainment portion of our trip. Marvel at a professional limbo dancer and test your own skills in our limbo contest. Experience the thrill of watching our Bahamian fire show. And as the night descends on the sparkling sea, our deejay will get you rocking to local and international dance music. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes because nobody can resist the beat on this cruise!

We offer only the best on our dinner cruises, and our sole concern is to create a wonderful Caribbean night for you and your family and friends. And of course we pick you up from your hotel! We promise that this will be the most fun and relaxing night of your vacation! Join us on the luxurious and comfortable Lucayan Lady, dine with us, and dance the night away under a starry Caribbean night sky. The memories will be with you for a lifetime!

Operating Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Check-in Location:  Hurricane Hole Marina Paradise Island

Departure Time:  7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Boat Schedule:

  • Tuesdays & Fridays Dinner Cruise
  • Thursdays Sunset Cruise
  • Saturdays local private charters on request
  • Mondays and Wednesday on request based on occupancy

Boat Description: Triple Deck Catamaran & can accommodate 400 passengers

Tickets:  Adults $70.00 Children 4 to 12yrs $35.00

Group Rate: 15% discount with 10 or more persons


  • Dinner Cruise
  • Private Charters
  • Birthday Parties
  • Weddings
  • Anniversary Parties
  • Family Reunions
  • Day Cruise (coming soon)

Credit Card Information:  We except Visa Master Card and Discovery.  When using your credit card there will be a 7% surcharge added.


  • Call for reservations; 242-395-4140 or 242-362-0231
  • Or email reservations@beststaybahamas.com


Want to be a part of the socialites? Stop by the ‘World’s Famous’ Fish Fry at Arawak Cay. Fresh fish straight from the sea is what you can get from anyone of over 30 distinct restaurants. Take it all down with the local signature drinks; Bahama Mama, Sky Juice, Goombay Smash, and many more.

Fort Charlotte:

Take a tour of Fort Charlotte, Nassau Bahamas. Fort Charlotte is the largest and most interesting of the three forts found in Nassau. Built in 1789 by Lord Dunmore and named in honor of the wife of King George III. This fort has never fired a shot in Battle. It includes a waterless moat, draw-bridge, ramparts and dungeons. Fort Charlotte commands a fine view of Nassau Harbor.
Admission is free. Tours are conducted Monday through Sunday, 8am to 3pm.


  • Call for reservations; 242-395-4140 or 242-362-0231
  • Or email reservations@beststaybahamas.com


Rawson Square

Rawsome Square Nassau BahamasAt the crossroads of downtown Nassau, lies Rawson Square. Cruise ship visitors coming from Prince George’s Wharf can be seen here night and day. Shops, restaurants and bars are numerous in the always bustling district. A statue of the first native Bahamian governor, Sir Milo Butler, presides over the square. Catch a taxi here to explore the island in a hurry or take the more charming horse-drawn surrey.

Cruise ship visitors arrive by the hundreds at this port, which has become the hub of Nassau. Up to 12 luxury cruise ships can be accommodated. Passengers usually flow out into Rawson Square which is filled with shops, salons and restaurants. The wharf was most recently renovated in 1996 so the facilities are quite modern. You can find brochures and maps of downtown Nassau from the Ministry of Tourism Information Center which is adjacent to the wharf.


Things to do near the Coco Plum HotelCable Beach is New Providence’s premier resort area. It is to Nassau what South Beach is to Miami. The only problem is that the major hotels and resorts have gobbled up all the best bits. Of what’s left, though, you can pick your spot.

Take the time to drive West Bay Street from Nassau to and beyond the resorts and you’re sure to find something to suit you. Be careful, though. In some places the water can be quite rough, and the underlying rocks sharp.

Some of the public areas are very popular with the locals, especially at weekends, and can become a little crowded for my taste. Still, whatever you might need to enjoy a fine time of sand, sea and sun is available almost anywhere along the stretch: vendors offer a wide variety of snacks, ice cream, and all sorts neat, and sometimes dubious, trinkets and souvenirs; the ladies can even get their hair braided. Here and there you’ll find little fruit stands where the goodies are almost always fresh and cool. For lunch a variety of cafés and restaurants offer local cuisine, fresh seafood and, of course, as much local libation as you can handle.

All in all, Cable Beach comes highly recommended.


Things to do in Nassau BahamasThe Western Esplanade is the local beach for Nassau itself. It stretches westward from the British Colonial Hotel and has fine soft sand, but it is often littered. It does have public rest rooms, changing facilities, and one or two snack bars close at hand, and there are a number of fast food restaurants within walking distance. It’s popularity lies in its closeness to the city and to the relatively inexpensive small hotels on West Bay Street. During Spring Break this beach becomes a seething mass of hot, excited, sweating bodies writhing to the rhythms of a hundred blaring radios. Still, if you’re staying close at hand, and don’t want to make the trip to either Cable Beach or Paradise Island, this might be just the place for you.


Things to do while staying at the Coco Plum Resort HotelTake West Bay Street to Fort Charlotte; the beach is just across the way. You might want to make a day of it: grab a box lunch from the hotel, visit the fort (an experience you don’t want to miss), then spend the afternoon on the sand. If you go n a weekend, don’t be surprised find it busy; this a favorite spot for the locals. Weekdays, though, you can be sure of a quiet afternoon. During the summer you might even get to see a cricket match being played on the field just below the fort.


Junkanoo Band in Nassau BahamasJunkanoo is a national festival in The Bahamas, the only place where it holds such an honor. There is even a museum showcasing Junkanoo costumes, art and artifacts in downtown Nassau–a cultural highlight and must-see attraction for all visitors.

Christmas celebrations in The Bahamas would not be complete without Junkanoo bands “rushing” in the streets. Venture down to Bay Street in Nassau during the early morning hours of Boxing Day (the day after Christmas) and New Year’s Day and behold this cornucopia of color and sound. The darkness of the early morning adds to the bewitching atmosphere. Overhead streetlights highlight the hues of the costumes and banners intricately designed and patterned from minute strips of crepe paper of all colors glued to clothing, cardboard and wood.

Everyone is invited to join in the party and sing and dance along. It takes about two hours to view all entries, but don’t leave just yet. It’s even better the second time around!