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It is all the latest reviews stated except we saw or heard no dogs. We slitherered through a small opening in a gate and walked through a wide open gate 30-40 feet away at the first wall. We did trespass. It’s not necessary to start...More
I was looking for a place to take pictures with my drone. Since you cannot fly it on the Atlantis’s property. I read the reviews on this site before my trip, a lot of good tips
-The light house is on public property
The Nassau Harbor Lighthouse is currently unmanned. It's open and no longer maintained. The lighthouse is at the western tip of Paradise Island and is only legally accessible from the beach. It is exactly 2 and 3/4 miles from the Atlantis Cove Beach. If you...More
This trip is not for the faint hearted. The lighthouse is about 35 min walk from Atlantis property. Most of the first part of the walk is soft sand that takes a lot of effort. After most of the beach you will approach coral breakers...More
I did the walk this morning. First you have to climb over the rocks at the first property, next to the no trespassing signs. You climb along the property's wall. Then it gets easier, then there's an actual wall you somehow have to manage to...More
Don't let the hard-times stories stop you....The beach IS public and is open to all. The walk does take about 45 min there from Atlantis. My son and I did it one am BUT take sandals or shoes (I always take my TEVA's).
Tried walking here from the Atlantis. Walked along Paradise beach until it ended, then we came to some ironshore rocks which we were able walk on only to come to a 6'+ rock wall. We decided not to try and climb over because there was...More
Paradise Island is a great stop for shopping and riding around on mopeds for some sightseeing. There's also the golf course and a few great places to eat. Flip a quarter to a child upon your arrival & they sing. Also, be sure to get...More
We recently came back from a trip through Key West and Nassau. That was my 4th visit to Nassau and I had always gotten the typical "cruise ship" picture. Thanks to these guys and google earth, we took a cab to Atlantis, snaked our way...More
The prior reviewer gave a good history & also spoke about the walk here. From The Reef Atlantis (the western edge of the Atlantis complex), it is about a 30 minute walk here. Here are impressive waves & mansions, & the beach is nice. It...More