San Salvador Island, Bahamas

he small, emerald-green island of San Salvador, situated in the far eastern Bahamas, is home to pristine beaches and colorful coral reefs that are ideal for swimming, snorkeling and diving. Though subject to debate, San Salvador may also be the first place where Christopher Columbus set foot in the New World in 1492. On San Salvador's west coast is the island's capital and largest settlement, Cockburn Town, boasting a museum, restaurants, bars and its signature landmark, a giant almond tree.T

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