Although many visitors may only visit one or two, there are actually over seven hundred islands which make up The Bahamas spanning a vast area in the northern Caribbean.
Located just to the east of Florida, The Bahamas has an incredible amount of diversity and history. Its capital Nassau was formally the home of Blackbeard, but nowadays is a shopping and dining delight. You’ll find casinos, cinemas, bars, galleries which is enough to keep the most active traveller occupied.
Of course it has some spectacular beaches, that’s pink sand soft sand beaches. Just who wouldn’t want to be lying on a beach like that, with a gentle breeze keeping you cool. For others, they might want to be energetic on the bright blue sea, or dive within in.
For families, it’s hard to see past the Atlantis. The original from the Kerzner group, complete with waterpark and entertainment programme and outstanding dining options.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
The Bahamas has a great climate all year round, but its best to avoid the hurricane season from August through to November.
Under 8 hours
Bahamian Dollar / US Dollar
Beach lovers, and great hotels! For the adventurous, there’s always swimming with pigs!
HOW TO GET THERE
Direct flights are available from London to Nassau with both British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, with indirect options through Miami or Orland also popular.
Bahamian Creole / English
IDEAL TO COMBINE WITH
With so many flights to Florida, it’s a great option for flying to Miami first and then flying on for some beach time. Orlando and visiting the various parks is also a great option for families, especially if you plan to stay at the Atlantis.
We would be delighted to talk about your holiday arrangements over the phone. You can contact us between 8am and 10pm every day (outside of office hours may not be immediate).
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