The Bahamas is increasingly gay-friendly. Although full protection is not yet ensrhined in law, there is still a groundswell of public support for equal rights for all people. Many LGBT people visit or live here, and while the country once had strict anti-homosexuality laws, things are changing fast!
There are 700 islands in the Bahamas, so make sure you leave yourself time to explore! Gaytravel.com recommends the beautiful, secluded, OUT island of South Andros. Stay at the exclusive TIAMO Resort, you will not be dissapointed!
With a year-round temperature of about 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit, the weather is always gorgeous. There are rainstorms and hurricanes every now and then, but they rarely last long. The official language of the country is English, so no need to pay a translator!
Most Bahamanians are conservative Christians, which leads to more discrimination or harrassment towards members of the LGBT community. It is important to make sure beforehand that the accommodation or businesses you plan on visiting while on the island are not disciminatory. Overall it is not dangerous for gay couples who do not show a lot of PDA.
All pictures provided by The Islands of the Bahamas.