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The Atlantis Resort, on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, is a destination for everyone.

The Dig, with over 150 species of sea life, is the world's largest marine habitat next to Mother Nature. It includes an underground labyrinth, lagoons and a petting tank.

The Mayan Temple has 5 waterslides, including the famous Leap of Faith which is an almost vertical drop which ends in a clear tunnel with sharks swimming overhead.

Discovery Channel Camp is educational entertainment for kids age 5 to 12. There is an authentic replica of 'Atocha' the famous Spanish galleon, computers, scanners, camcorders, microscopes, and arts and crafts.

There are 38 restaurants, clubs and lounges including Dragons where the night life is exciting and Atlas where you can watch your favorite sport on one of the many television screens. There is live entertainment at many of these venues as well as delicious food ranging from gormet to fast food by the pools.

The Sports Center has tennis, basketball and volleyball courts as well as a lap pool and putting course. Nearby is the brand new championship Paradise Island golf course.

The world class spa has treatments ranging from a simple haircut to a two hour pampering ritual to a couples suite where one or two people can spend time in solitude.

There are also miles of beach and rocky foreshores where you can get away from it all. Delicious box lunches are prepared by Murrey's Deli and room service.

A trip to Nassau is a great way to experience the culture of the Bahamas. During the day, wander through the straw market and bargain with the vendors for a great deal on hand made items.

If you have a car (rentals are available) and feel adventurous, take a drive around the island. Visit fruit and vegetable stands, stop in at a local restaurant for real Bahamian food, or check out the fish stands along the road.

In the evening, visit one of the nightclubs, or do some shopping along Bay Street. If you're lucky, you'll see a Junkanoo (traditional Bahamian parade).