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Jaws Beach, Nassau

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 90 reviews on the web
A secluded spot out of town and off the well-beaten tourist trail, Jaws Beach boasts large, shady trees and uncrowded sands. Have a quiet and relaxed day with only friends or family around, enjoying yourself in the unspoiled nature. Take a dip or try snorkeling and explore the shallow, warm water, ideal for inexperienced swimmers and kids. You won't find any shops or bars here, so bring your own snacks and drinks if you plan to picnic. Put Jaws Beach into our Nassau vacation builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • We stopped there but the water was rough at the time, beach was very clean with sporadic shady areas. 
  • This is one of my favorite beaches in Nassau. It is connected to the Clifton Heritage Park. The downside is that it is located on the other side of the island so you must drive there. 
  • There are no facilities for anything, only the beach.Make sure you bring everything.You can come here by bus which running on the island. Bus charge $1.25/person/way. 
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