The Nassau Botanical Gardens are located behind Fort Charlotte in Nassau. The 18-acre gardens are built over an old rock quarry that used to be known as 'the pit'. The quarry was transformed into a lush tropical oasis featuring more than 600 species of plants, trees and bushes. The gardens were opened to the public in 1973 to provide a tranquil retreat to visitors and locals alike.
There are pathways and walkways winding through the gardens, along with a tranquil pond and a fountain nestled among the trees. There is also a nice stone archway along one of the paths that is lined with conch shells, adding to the tropical feel of the gardens.
The Christ Church Cathedral is a local Anglican church located in Nassau. The church was originally... Read more