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The Bahamas has a subtropical to tropical climate, and in recent years has been susceptible to notable hurricanes (Hurricane Andrew in 1992, Hurricane Floyd in 1999 and Hurricane Irene in 2011). 

 

English is the official language of the Bahamas, with Bahamian Creole also widely spoken. Its ethnic makeup is 85% African, 12% European and 3% Asian and Hispanic.

 

One of the Caribbean region's most prosperous countries, the Bahamas is the world's 32nd richest economy by GDP (nominal) per capita, relying heavily on tourism (which accounts for over 60% of the country's GDP) and offshore finance (financial services accounting for around 15% of GDP). 

Other principal exports include fuel oils, pharmaceuticals, crawfish, rum, tomatoes and citrus fruits.

 

Fish and seafood are plentiful in the Bahamas, with crawfish, conch (shellfish similar to oyster), crabs and red snapper all particularly popular. While several international restaurants serve a fusion of Asian, European and Caribbean cuisine, typical Bahamian food is still easily found, with dishes including conch chowder, crab and rice, stew fish (fish with spices, celery, onions and tomatoes) and peas 'n' rice (pigeon peas with pork or bacon, and rice, tomatoes, celery, and thyme) all firm favorites. Typical desserts include bread pudding and pineapple or coconut tart. "Switcha", a mixture of lemon, sugar and water, is a beverage typical of the Bahamas that is served ice cold with meals. At Christmas, a traditional meal includes baked ham and turkey with stuffing, rice and green peas, and sweet potato or yam, all served with vegetables, macaroni cheese and coleslaw. 

 

The Bahamas is where Christopher Columbus first landed when he arrived in the "New World" in 1492. English colonists later settled on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera during the seventeenth century, with the Bahamas becoming a Crown Colony several decades later (in 1718). A plantation economy was later established following the American War of Independence, which saw thousands of American Loyalists and African slaves moved to the Bahamas. Following the abolition of slavery, the British freed several African slaves from slave ships, with said slaves arriving in the Bahamas. The population of the Bahamas is today largely made up of the descendants of slaves.

 

As a result of this history, Bahamian culture is a melting pot of African, European, and other cultures, although during the last three decades, the country's culture has been influenced more and more by the rap and hip-hop culture of the USA.

 

Junkanoo Carnival, which starts on December 26th and ends on January 1st, was originally started as the celebration of a special holiday given to slaves during Christmas. These days, this street carnival sees parades with masked partygoers wearing elaborate costumes and dancing to traditional music characterized by brass bands and rhythms beaten out on goatskin drums, tom-toms and cow-bells.

Bahamian music also fuses musical forms from other parts of the Caribbean such as Calypso, Reggae and Soca. Bahamian Artists such as Baha Men and more recently Rihanna have achieved global success.

 

The arts and crafts are still very much alive in the Bahamas, with straw weaving, quilting, landscape painting and hand-carved coral and stone art all prevalent.

 

The Bahamas contain six casinos, located in Nassau (2), Emerald Bay, Freeport, Lucaya and Cable Beach, New Providence Island. The Atlantis at the Paradise Island Resort and Casino, located on Nassau Paradise Island, is the Caribbean's largest casino with 850 of the newest slot machines and 80 game tables offering Blackjack, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Craps, Roulette, Let It Ride Poker and Caribbean Stud Poker.