Cheap Nassau Vacations
Your Nassau Paradise Island vacation
From the days of piracy to the 21st century, Nassau has long been the center of excitement in the Bahamas. It's also the center for ultimate relaxation on a budget. Connected by two bridges to Paradise Island, a vacation here lets you do as much or as little as you like. Whether you're bargain hunting on Bay Street, immersing yourself in the wilderness at the Inagua National Park, playing water sports or just kicking back with a cocktail down on Paradise Beach, life will flow at your pace and price point.
Paradise Beach (Paradise Island)
From swimmers and snorkelers to sun-kissed snoozers, Paradise Beach is one of the prettiest ocean-side digs in the area. Stroll along the shore and see the historic houses and villas, or just take heed of the local example and kick back for a lazy afternoon stretch on your Nassau Paradise Island travels.
Gregory Arch (Nassau)
Located in Nassau itself, Gregory Arch is where downtown meets the rest of the city. Tunnels lead to the old settlements of Bain Town and Grantis Town which will transport you back to another age. Gregory Arch is free to visit -- the only thing you need bring is your camera.
Versailles Gardens (Paradise Island)
Take a step into Europe as you wander through the statues, artworks and plants of the Old World. First constructed in the 1960s, these gardens are free and open 24/7 – so pack a romantic dinner and watch the reflection of the moon-bathed flowers sparkle in the pond. You might be on a Nassau Paradise Island vacation, but you could well imagine you've been transported to Paris.
Queens Staircase (Nassau)
With tourist buzz and free entry to boot, the Queens Staircase is a must-see on your Nassau Paradise Island travels. With the natural limestone rocks of the 102-foot-high staircase nestled within a lush tropical forest, you too will feel like royalty as you trek your way to the top.
Parliament Square (Nassau)
Hang out with Queen Victoria's statue as you spend the afternoon meandering around Nassau's main square. The charming flamingo-pink government buildings blend with classic colonial architecture as you take a walk through Old Nassau – a part of town that has been kicking since the early 19th century.