The Bahamas has more than islands, about 30 of which are inhabited, so it's hard to generalize about safety from one place to the next. However, there are various precautions travelers should take to ensure a safe trip and avoid violent crime. The most dangerous places in the Bahamas are Nassau —the country's biggest city, located on the island of New Providence—and Grand Bahama. These two islands are where most Bahamians live and the vast majority of tourists visit. While safety has improved in the Bahamas, there is still violent crime, mainly in Nassau and the island of Grand Bahama, which includes the city of Freeport. Armed robberies, burglaries, sexual assault, and other violent crimes take place, along with purse snatchings.
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