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Love Beaches

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Love Beaches

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This tour combines a boat cruise, snorkeling excursion, and private beach—allowing you to experience multiple island highlights in one day. Board your boat and enjoy easy round-trip transportation to Rose Island in the Bahamas from Nassau. Opt to spend your day in the water or on the beach, and enjoy the perfect mix of activity and relaxation.
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2morrows wrote a review Feb 2020
Port Coquitlam, Canada431 contributions252 helpful votes
Love Beach is a nice find if you are in Nassau and want to get away from the crowds but would like some facilities and snorkeling. It is a 30 minute drive from the port but worth the trip. There are facilities there, chairs, lots of shade, WiFi and a bar. You can snorkel there too when the seas aren't too rough and windy. We used Alfred Taylor alfredtaylor@gmail.com for transportation for the 6 of us and he was excellent.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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slaterinde wrote a review Jan 2020
West Chester, Pennsylvania327 contributions114 helpful votes
First a disclaimer, we did not stay at Compass Point, we were at Love Beach and walked to Compass Point along the beach. We popped in for an early dinner (~1730) on our arrival day and were greeted warmly. Our waiter, Moral, did a good job of getting us situated, but our bucket of beers took probably 45 minutes to get to the table. The reason was that the beers were still warm (probably because we were early diners that day) and Moral had to ice them down for us; the bucket comes with 5 beers for 3 people, no offer was made to include one more beer (2 each) for having waited so long for the beers. Left a bad taste. The food was OK, but frankly you’ll do better across the street at Studio Cafe and perhaps at Aquafire (we haven’t tried Aquafire as of this writing).
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405pams wrote a review Jan 2020
Beverly, Massachusetts189 contributions61 helpful votes
We took the #10 beach from our AirBnB near cable beach. The beach is a great place to swim, very calm with some coral reef close to shore. A few people were kayaking nearby as well. Chairs are only$5 to rent which is a great deal for Nassau beaches. The beach itself wasn’t too crowded for a Saturday after a holiday. There were definitely some locals as well as cruise ship day trippers. We walked to the right and had some space to ourselves. We also read about the Nirvana Beach bar so were happy to come without a packed lunch. The beach bar was packed at lunchtime without any clear process of taking orders in a timely fashion. The kitchen got overwhelmed and we waited a long time to order and then a long time for our food. Still, we enjoyed an excellent pina colada and some cold beers while waiting. The fish sandwich, chicken sandwich and fish and chips were nothing to write home about. But, again, we were happy to have a beach that we didn’t have to lug food to. THere is also a “salad shack” that offers conch salad among others offers. However, my husband waited for over an hour for someone to show up there. They said she would be back. Well, she came back sometime after 3 p.m. (the lunch rush was over) so we never got to sample the conch salad. A disappointment for sure! If you’re looking for a less chaotic beach experience with a scenic ride along the coast to get there then I would definitely check out Love Beach. Just remember they are on “island time” when you’re ready to eat! And they only accept cash at the Nirvana Beach bar.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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LqV wrote a review Nov 2019
New Jersey21 contributions12 helpful votes
We walked to McDonald’s, which is a few blocks away from the cruise port, but found a sign in front saying it’s no longer an official bus stop. So we walked back to George St (corner of Bay St) and took the bus #10 (Jitney #10) all the way to Love Beaches. It runs along Bay St anyway and costs only $2/person. US dollars equal to Bahamian dollars, so you don’t need to exchange money. I asked the driver to drop us at Love Beaches. He said, “Don’t worry. It’s the last stop.” It took over 30 minutes with some stops for local folks to get in or out (I think most of them work for the resorts or business stores along the route). The bus was pretty clean with AC! Beautiful scenic view as it ran along the coast. We were dropped off in front of Nirvana Beach Bar at 10 AM. We went in and rented 2 chairs for $10. No umbrella needed. There were only 2 of us and a few folks. The waves were so strong so we did’t swim a lot. The gentleman who works there told us to just wait for a couple more hours... Then at around noon, the waves became much calmer. The water looked so nice and clear. We enjoyed swimming a lot for a few hours. More folks were arriving, and we got to know some of them came from the same cruise ship, but they had to pay a lot more for taxi. Nirvana Beach Bar has pretty big restrooms for changing clothes and showers. All are free for their customers. Beer and food have reasonable prices ($6/Heineken is not bad at all when you can use their facilities). Our trip only cost less than $30 for 2, much cheaper than cruise excursion or taxi). We had gone to the Atlantis and paid a lot more for “day pass” 10 years ago, so this time was a better experience for us.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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usapa wrote a review Aug 2019
PA, USA180 contributions33 helpful votes
We entered this beach from Nirvana Beach Bar. Snorkeling was much better than we expected. Beautiful water.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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