Bahamas Vacation Rentals - Shopping
Though most Bahamian islands have little shops and boutiques, the best shopping here can be found on Nassau/Paradise Island and Grand Bahama, where most Bahamas vacation rentals are located. The variety of stores in these areas, filled with duty-free items like jewelry, perfumes, and electronics, are likely to keep guests of Bahamas vacation rentals busy for at least a day. All goods in the Bahamas are also free of sales tax, so keep an eye out for the great deal you're bound to find. The best boutiques in Nassau and Freeport are usually within a short trip of Bahamas vacation rentals on those islands.
The Straw Market is possibly the best-known shopping area in all of New Providence, and is the largest of its kind in the world. A stop at the market, where you'll find (mostly) local women hawking everything from hats and totes to shark's teeth necklaces, is a must-see for visitors to Bahamas vacation rentals. Just east of the market is another popular assembly of vendors - the International Bazaar, which sells of funky collection of just about everything imaginable. Guests of Bahamas vacation rentals generally stock up on fun souvenirs here more than anything else.
Freeport has its own International Bazaar selling global arts and crafts, but duty-free vendors have set up shop here as well. Located just a few minutes from Bahamas vacation rentals on the island's southern coast, this 10-acre site is almost guaranteed to have a little something for everyone. Tourists can even mix a unique brand of perfume and bring a bottle back to their Bahamas vacation rentals. Duty-free shopping is also plentiful at the Port Lucaya Marketplace and throughout downtown Freeport.
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