October 5, 2007, Newsletter Issue #84: Visiting the Bahamas on the Outs

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The Bahamas or "The Islands of The Bahamas" (as its true name reflects) is made up of over 700 islands. Most of these islands are small and hardly populated or touched by civilization. Known as the "out islands", these islands serve as a perfect picture of peace and calm and offer an unspoiled look at the Caribbean.

While most tourists go directly to the main islands of the Bahamas, these smaller islands should not be overlooked. You can usually arrange an island-hopping tour of them and enjoy the beauty of their beaches and water.

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