Island Activities

Paradise Island offers a world of fun, all within walking distance from Club Land'or. From the Atlantis Casino (the largest in the Caribbean) and Water Park, to Cabbage Beach, you will find fun for the whole family.

And just a quick ferry ride away (departs across the street) is Nassau, with the famous Straw Market, Potter's Cay, Bay Street Shops, and so much more.

Club Land'or is located in the heart of Paradise Island,  the heart of the action, the heart of all the fun that the Bahamas has to offer.

View of Nassau from Fort Fincastle

View of Nassau from Fort FincastleLocated at the top of The Queens’ Staircase, the 1790’s era fort commands a fantastic view of Nassau and Paradise Island.

 

Parliament Square

Parliament SquareThe flamingo-pink buildings of the Bahamian Parliament were constructed in 1815 and are excllent examples of colonial architecture. Prominent in the Square is a statue of Queen Victoria.

 

Nassau's Straw Market

Nassau's Straw MarketThis lively market offers local crafts, straw goods, t-shirts, souvenirs and wood carvings. The Straw Market is located in downtown Nassau.

 

The Pirates of Nassau

The Pirates of NassauAn interactive environment that will fascinate and thrill adults and children alike. Visitors will always remember being transported back to the Golden Age of Piracy.

 

Arawak Cay

Parliament SquareThe Fish Fry on West Bay Street is a series of restaurants serving local seafood cuisine such as grouper fingers and conch salad. It is also the site of the Summer Junkanoo Festival.

 

Cloister Gardens

Cloister GardensThese spectacular gardens, located on the grounds of the One and Only Ocean Club, feature fountains, waterfalls and bronze and marble statues. A rebuilt Augustinian monastery from the 13th century known as The Cloisters sits adjacent to the property and is a popular locale for weddings.

 

Ardastra Gardens

Ardastra GardensThe Ardastra Gardens and Zoo are home to the famous marching flamingos, where hundreds of animals and birds live on five and a half acres of tropical tranquility. Show times are 11:00am, 2:00pm and 4:00pm. Ardastra is open everyday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

 

The Queen’s Staircase

The Queen’s StaircaseNassau’s most-visited landmark features 65 steps carved from solid limestone by slaves in the late 1700’s. The steps allowed passage from Fort Fincastle to the streets of Nassau below.

 

The Pompey Museum

The Pompey MuseumThis museum was once an auction site for slaves in the 18th century. It now displays artifacts, historical documents and drawings which recount the history of slavery and emancipation in The Bahamas. The Pompey Museum hours are 10:00am to 4:30pm.