So, you’re looking forward to lounging on sandy beaches, swimming in crystal clear waters, and filling up your tummy with some of the best food your money can buy. However, you might want to hold off on booking that trip to the Bahamas before reading this list. Just like any other country, there is a list of things you should and shouldn’t do while visiting this location, and we’re here to clue you in on everything you SHOULDN’T do. We’re not trying to spoil your fun, we just want to make sure you have the most enjoyable and memorable vacation while staying safe, avoiding dangerous situations, and staying on the locals’ good side.
Keep reading to see 14 things NOT to do in the Bahamas.
1. Hop in a Taxi Without Negotiating a Fare
Most taxis don’t use meters like they do in other major cities around the world. This can make paying really tricky when you reach your destination. Instead of getting yourself into a sticky situation with your cab driver, make sure to negotiate your rate upfront.