This island in the Bahamas is famous for its mild climate with warm winters and sunny summers. It is a place with many personality where the quiet ones may peruse the historic buildings and heritage parks with delight. Go to Graycliff cigar factory where you would feel like you're sucked into 1920s Cuba. In an old-fashioned mosaic floors, torcedores (cigar rollers) are busy rolling hand dried tobacco leaves into premium stogies favored by Fidel Castro. Sip a Bahamian Rum in John Watling's Distillery, a beautifully restored 18th-century Buena Vista Estate lit with extensive Tiki garden and patrolled by staffs in colonial-era costumes. In Clifton Heritage National Park, you can see the whole spectrum of human habitation in the Bahamas including coppice wood, wetlands, and beaches. Dive or snorkel to the largest underwater sculptures in Ocean atlas to peek at the stoic figures that serve as artificial reef preserving the ocean life.