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Hoopfest in Paradise

The Hoopfest in Paradise high school basketball tournament is slated to be held at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium on December 16-17, 2022. The event is anticipated to bring between 500-600 attendees from the United States to The Bahamas. Targeting youth basketball enthusiasts and high school students along with their families and friends, Bahamian players will have an opportunity to not only compete against teams from the United States but also to be scouted by representatives from the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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Host Hotel Baha Mar

Delight in every moment of your stay, from pristine waters to authentic Bahamian service. Our family friendly beachfront resort provides stunning golf and tennis facilities, eight pools, water sports like snorkeling and kayaking, and a unique wildlife sanctuary. Indulge in high-end shopping and the glamour of the largest casino in the Bahamas.

Things to do

  • Art Life
  • A Garden of Marvel
  • Break for the beach
  • Dinning

Art Life

Explore the art scene. Nassau's art scene features everything from fine art in the National Art Gallery to modern streetside murals, to a brilliant collection of colorful Junkanoo pieces from years past 

A Garden of Marvel

Ardastra Gardens & Wildlife Conservation

The national bird of The Bahamas ought to spend some time in the limelight. At Nassau’s Ardastra Gardens, the marching flamingos are the main attraction.

Break for the beach

The list of beaches in Nassau and Paradise Island is varied, from Cable Beach in the resort district, Cabbage Beach on Paradise Island, to quiet Jaws Beach away from hustle. 


Fish Fry at Arawak Cay 

Arawak Cay offers the authentic atmosphere of the Bahamian Fish Fry with vendors selling made-to-order conch salad, fried fish, and other Bahamian dishes. Arawak Cay was artificially built from the sand when the harbor was dredged in 1969.