Last updated: 12:00 PM ET, Fri July 15 2016

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  • Rich Thomaselli | July 15, 2016 12:00 PM ET

    Enjoy A Better Beach Day With Kids

    Enjoy A Better Beach Day With Kids

    PHOTO: There is more than enough to keep kids happy and occupied. (Courtesy Nassau Paradise Island)

    Sand, surf, sun – it’s an ideal combination for family fun! With some of the world’s best beaches, Nassau Paradise Island is a ‘shore’ thing for an unforgettable family vacation. Whether it’s your first time taking along your tots or you’re a seasoned pro, enjoying the powder-white sand and turquoise waters of Paradise with your little ones promises to be a day at the beach.

    Check out these easy tips for an unbeatable beach day with your kids.

    Arrive Early. Kids are early risers, so take advantage of those early mornings by hitting the beach first thing. Not only will it be less crowded, but you can pick the best spot for your family. We suggest snagging a set of beach chairs in the shade for your family-friendly home base.

    READ MORE: NonStop JetBlue Flights Make Nassau Paradise Island More Accessible

    Come Prepared. With kids in the mix, packing for your beach day becomes even more important. Fill your beach bag with all of the essentials – towels, sunscreen, snacks, swimsuits, and, of course, beach toys. Didn’t have room in your suitcase for everything? Don’t worry! Nassau Paradise Island’s local shops are just the place to pick up everything you need for the beach.

    TO CHECK OUT the rest of this blog and more easy tips, head to Nassau Paradise Island's website.


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Rich Thomaselli Land Full of Treasures

Rich Thomaselli Rich Thomaselli is a longtime journalist with 27 years experience in newspapers, magazines and digital media. He is a nine-time individual award-winning writer and was also a staff writer at several publications that earned national recognition as well, including Advertising Age winning a ‘Best in Business’ designation from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers in 2007. He previously covered the travel sector for Ad Age, among other beats, from 2001-2013. Rich is married with two children. He will be based in New York. You can reach him at and contact him on Twitter @RichTravelPulse.
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