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Made up of more than 700 islands and cays, it’s incredibly easy to get lost in The Bahamas. All boasting fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean, a luxury holiday full of sun, sea and sand is just a plane ride away.
The Bahamas has fantastic watersports on offer for those wanting to ride the ocean waves. From jet skiing and kayaking to motorboats and fishing, you’re certainly well catered for. Alternatively, grab your mask and flippers and dive under the waves to discover the depths of the sea. Explore the vast coral reefs and observe the magical marine life by snorkel or accompanied with a scuba tank for the more advanced.
Aquaventure Waterpark is a great destination for the whole family with plenty of slides and pools to provide hours of entertainment. Less than an hour from Nassau, the park can be found on Paradise Island where you’ll also find the commanding Atlantis resort. Stingray Adventure, just a 25-minute boat ride from Nassau, is great for animal lovers or those wanting to experience marine life in its true habitat. With tour guides sharing their extensive knowledge, you may even be lucky enough to touch and feed these majestic creatures for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. However, for an animal encounter like no other, Pig Beach is a number one must-visit. Swim with the island’s most famous residents and be sure to capture it all on camera – we bet the Instagram likes will come rolling in. A three-hour boat ride from Grand Exuma may seem a little tedious, but we promise it is totally worth it.
Want to see how the locals live? A 10-minute drive from the Western Esparade of Nassau sees a plethora of independent vendors and barbecue joints known as Arawak Cay. Make sure you go down on Sunday where the atmosphere is electric with local music and the sounds of laughter. For a spectacular evening dining experience, locals and guest alike can’t recommend Café Matisse enough. Situated in the capital of Nassau, Italian cuisine is served with island flair. With a seasonal menu, we bet you’ll want to go back again and again to try it all… you have been warned.
For those celebrating Christmas in the Bahamas, make sure you extend your visit to New Year as the 26th December and 1st January sees the island indulge in Bahamian culture with Junkanoo. Originally celebrating the only two days slaves had off each year, the streets throughout the islands are full of parades, artists and performers – it’s a sight to behold, but to really soak up this experience make sure you visit Nassau where everything is bigger and better.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC -5
  • Capital: Nassau
  • Currency: BBD/USD
  • Must See: Pig Beach

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 21°c   Feb: 21°c   Mar: 22°c  
Apr: 23°c   May: 26°c   Jun: 27°c  
Jul: 28°c   Aug: 28°c   Sep: 28°c  
Oct: 26°c   Nov: 25°c   Dec: 22°c  


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The Bahamas In A Nutshell

Life’s A Beach
  • Cable Beach is easily the most well-known beach across the Bahamas and can be found at just a 15-minute drive from Nassau. For those wanting to experience grand luxury, here you’ll find five-star resorts, a golf course and casino.
  • For a beach with a difference, head to Pink Sands that’s just a 10-minute taxi ride from Eleuthera and boasts glorious rose-coloured sands. It’s a truly an out-of-this-world experience that will leave you tickled pink.
  • For those wanting something livelier, Junkanoo Beach has great bars and poolside dining complete with live music and vendors selling souvenirs.
Don’t Forget Your Kit
  • The Bahamas is well known as being one of the top golfing destinations in the world. With many of the hotels having at least one course, make sure you grab your clubs before you go. Abaco Club is great for seasoned professionals with The Albany being perfect for those wanting to walk in the footsteps of Tiger Woods and Ernie Els.
  • Watersports and The Bahamas go together like bread and butter. From snorkelling and windsurfing to scuba diving and jet skiing, dive right in to the Bahamian spirit and explore the islands waters. Many of the hotels offer complimentary access to equipment, handy if you forgot your wetsuit.
Family Fun Guaranteed
  • Get wet and wild at the renowned Aquaventure Waterpark situated on New Providence Island as part of the Atlantis Resort. Covering 141 acres with 11 swimming pools and countless towering slides you will be soaking up the vibes in no time.
  • For those wanting to soak up some history, the 18th-century Fort Charlotte encapsulates the era of The Bahamas of yore, complete with drawbridge and dungeons. We don’t think your National Trust pass will work here though.
  • For those wanting to get to grips with island life, head to Parliament Square in Nassau complete with pastel-coloured architecture in homage to colonial Britain. With traditional island stalls and shops, get your hair braided or take a horse-and-cart ride for authentic Caribbean vibes.
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