Cheap Vacations To Bahamas


The second you touch down on the island of The Bahamas you’ll ease into the most relaxation vacation yet. The island offers pristine beaches, adventures, colourful buildings along the shore, and impeccable service no matter where you go. With the notable Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, Grand Bahama Island and some 700 other prize islands floating out at sea, there surely are over 700 reasons to come and visit The Bahamas, and that’s just because of the uniqueness of each island. Nassau/Paradise Island is one of the most popular islands as it is deemed as glamorous, tropical oasis. With man-made lazy pools to banana boat rides, each of these islands offer you a multitude of amenities the second you arrive at your resort along the shore. Grand Bahama Island is known for its ecological wonders. With the longest underwater limestone cave system to the pillow-white sandy beaches, you’ll feel at ease when you venture off here. And finally, the other 698 islands. These islands are unique in their own right because they offer seclusion, quaint fishing sights, deep dive spots and some of the world’s most amazing beaches. You’ll certainly travel off the beaten path when you escape to one, two or 600 of these islands. Whether you want a vacation where your pampered from start to finish, or you’re looking for unique adventures as you island hop, the pristine beaches and vibrant culture of The Bahamas are what drive tourists here year-round.

Travel Information:

Currency – Bahamian dollar
Culture – Bahamian
Language – English, Bahamian Creole
Tips – You will need a passport to travel to The Bahamas.
Weather – Hurricane season is from June to November.

Top Cities:

Top Beaches:

The beaches of The Bahamas span the shoreline, it’s up to you to choose which beach you’ll explore for the day or week. Cabbage Beach on Paradise Island is deemed The Vegas of The Tropics. Venture off here to explore the 3km of white sandy beaches, and brush shoulders with a new friend or two. Cable Beach on New Providence Island is a 6.5km beach where shops, restaurants, bars, casinos and water sports line the shore. Saddle Cay and Stocking Island on Exumas can be reached by a rugged boat are known for its unique coral gardens. Cat Island of Southern Bahamas offers crystal clear beaches and coconut palms lining the shore, it’s one of the best spots to enjoy a little solitude. Xandau Beach on Grand Bahama is one of the most popular beaches on Grand Bahama.


While in The Bahamas the adventures are non-stop. From everything to sailing its 100,000 square miles of ocean to diving at 25 unique dive spots, the adventures underwater are in abundance. Go kayaking, kite-boarding, snorkeling, banana boating, swimming, scuba diving, go on a wild dolphin or shark excursion or just chill out one of the many beaches lining the shores of each island. With calm, warm waters you just may never want to get out of the water. Grand Bahama, Lucayan National Park, Long Island and Harbour Island are some of the best dive spots within the islands. Visit The Abaco National Park, The Garden of The Groves, The Andros West Side National Park, The Barrier Reef and Tongue of The Ocean, or Hamilton’s Cave to take in the beauty of the land and sea. Of course you’ll want to spend a day or two at Atlantis Paradise Island where you can get day passes and explore the perfectly manicured grounds or go hiking on Andros Island, with its 2,300 square miles of unexplored land it’s the perfect spot to get lost in.

Dining & Nightlife:

Nassau (New Providence Island), Atlantis (Paradise Island) and Harbour Island (Eleuthera) are where you’ll find some of the best dining experiences. Venture off to Nobu on Paradise Island to celebrate its brilliance of Japanese cuisine, Sun and … on New Providence Island to take in the beauty of international cuisine or Rock House Restaurant for a chic dining experience. Dance the night away on Cable Beach or Paradise Island. Cable Beach is home to resorts lining the shore that offer casinos, discos or bars. Paradise Island is Vegas for the islands. It’s all glitter and glam no matter which bar, disco or comedy club you hit up for the night.

Why We Love It:

One of the lovely things about The Bahamas is that with its over 700 islands, endless tourist attractions and vibrant nature, the people of The Bahamas are friendly and ensure your stay is one of the most memorable stays yet. With many unexplored reefs, trails and unspoiled beaches you surely can get lost in the quaint island lifestyle of each mystical place.

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