These spire-topped towers contain 1,201 rooms and embody the Lost Continent theme offered by the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, ...
This casual, all-junior suite property provides guests access to Atlantis and full use of their resort facilities just one block away, and two golf courses are ...
This activity-packed resort stands along the white sands of Cable Beach, across from the Cable Beach Golf Club; Ardastra Gardens, home to parrots and “parading” ...
Offering direct access to the beach, this Nassau resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Junkanoo Beach and Fort Fincastle. Cabbage Beach is 3 mi (4.8 km) away.
Part of the water-park and marine-life Atlantis resort on Paradise Island, which connects by bridge to Nassau, this 423-room tower at the tranquil east end of ...
The Reef Atlantis, located directly on a white-sand beach, is close to numerous attractions including Atlantis Aquarium, Cabbage Beach, and Aquaventure. Fort ...
Located on the south coast of Grand Bahama Island, this All Inclusive 23-acre resort faces a 1,200-foot white sand beach; Grand Bahama International Airport ...
If you think that a breathtaking archipelago of over 700 islands sprinkled along clear turquoise waters is exclusive to billionaires, think again. If you know where to look, the Bahamas can be paradise without the price tag. So whether you're exploring the undersea wonderland of the world's third-largest barrier reef on Andros, or kicking back with Bahamian rum beachside on Abaco, there is a tropical wonderland at your feet that doesn't have to break the bank.
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Tourists have a chance to bask in ideal weather conditions no matter when they decide to take their Bahamas vacations. The comfortable climate in the Bahamas is complimented with 320 days of sunny weather annually. The tropical climate makes for temperatures ranging from the 70sF to the 80sF year-round. The rainy season starts in late May until October. Winter season in the islands are very comfortable, and free of cold temperatures. From December to late February, temperatures are consistently in the low 70sF. June is the perfect time to be in the Bahamas for the annual Pineapple Festival in Gregory Town.
Whether you want to snorkel or relax on one of the serene beaches, the Lucayan National Park offers both activities.
Bahamas travel wouldn’t be complete without swimming with the dolphins at the Blue Lagoon Island.
Enjoy a spectacular tour of the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park for sights of marine life below the coral reefs.
Visitors with an intense craving for seafood, like lobster and shrimp, will be in paradise at Nassau Island’s Arawak Cay.
Become familiar with the history of pirates and the Bahamas at the Pirates of Nassau Museum.
Bimini Island captures the romance of the Caribbean. It drips with the charm and intoxicating magic where Jacques Cousteau and Ernest Hemmingway swooned as soon as they set foot here. Rum was once run out of the island, and it has the mischievous history of a pirate's hideout. Whether you're fishing or enjoying local rum, Bimini is a must on your Bahamas travels.
Kick back with the locals and enjoy chilled-out Bahamian hospitality. Just a stone's throw from Grand Bahama Island --if you can throw a stone 200 meters -- the Abaco Islands are famous for beachfront bars, turquoise waters and total disregard for the normal rules of time.
A party-centric oasis of beautiful beaches, bustling marketplaces and incredible nightlife makes Grand Bahama Island one of the most exciting places to visit on your Bahamas vacation. Make sure you head straight to Xanadu Beach before checking out the Port Lucaya Marketplace for collectables, and the finest in local food and drink. Magical Lucayan National Park, with its never-ending series of underwater caves, is also a must-see.
If you're looking for a break from the beach and crave some cultural heritage, head along to the exquisite Christ Church Cathedral in Nassau on your Bahamas travels. Once you've had your fill of the heavens, head to Leo's Art Gallery, where Bahamian native Leo crafts and shows incredible artwork that reflects the local culture and history.
If diving is your thing, you can't go past Andros on your Bahamas vacation, home to the third-largest barrier reef in the world. An underwater wonderland punctuated by mystical caves and sleepy beaches, Andros is everything people love about the Caribbean.
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