Welcome back to another Carnival Victory Cruise. Today we stroll over to Junkanoo Beach, Nassau Bahamas to find out what it has to offer and find out is it worth the 15 minute walk.
Tune in to the end find out. Although a popular destination for spring breakers, on Saturdays you’ll find Bahamians hosting cookouts and other fund-raising activities. This area has benches where you can relax and enjoy the sight of the ships accessing the harbor.
After that we stopped by Senor Frogs for some refreshing frozen blue margaritas and a lot of fun. Finally, we enjoyed the sail away on our balcony and let you join in so you can experience the splendid views from our aft balcony cabin. This was a wonderful day experiencing parts of Nassau I’ve never seen out of the gazillion times I’ve been.
Come along for the fun and as always, thanks for tripping with me.
Also known as the Western Esplanade, this area joins the beach at Arawak Cay and Long Wharf, the two beaches near downtown Nassau which are just a few minutes walk from the cruise ship dock. Although a popular destination for spring breakers, on Saturdays you’ll find Bahamians hosting cookouts and other fund-raising activities.