Find your way to Paradise Island's ferry terminal for the short boat ride to Blue Lagoon Island. Either hike over the bridge from Nassau, ride the ferry from Nassau to Paradise Island, or take a taxi.
Board the ferry from Paradise Island to Blue Lagoon Island, which passes through Nassau's historic harbor and provides great views of Nassau's shores as well as the islands nearby.
When the ferry docks at Blue Lagoon Island, also known as Salt Cay, enjoy the start of your elite beach experience, as this island and its secluded beaches are private.
Use your Blue Lagoon all-inclusive day pass an way you like; relax on the beach, take a nap in one of the hammocks or float on an inner tube in the turquoise waters. If you're up for more adventure, participate in any of the available water activities at your own expense, like snorkeling, kayaking or water biking.
Step up to the beach grill and order a hot dog or hamburger. Sip juice, lemonade or iced tea with your lunch, or order some Sky Juice, a Bahamian specialty, at your own expense.
After lunch, walk around the island and watch for native wildlife. Check out the games area for some pickup volleyball or ping-pong, then head over to the marine park to see the dolphins and sea lions.
When your relaxing time on Paradise Island has come to a close, board the boat back to the Paradise Island Ferry Terminal.