Beautiful Bahamas Holidays
You could be wanting to play golf and party in arguably one of the most sophisticated parts of the Caribbean; or you could be looking for one of the most remote and undeveloped places in the Caribbean. In either case the beautiful Bahamas would be a great place to go!
With some of the best diving in the world, outstanding deep sea fishing, brilliant motorised water sports, as well as surfing, sailing, sail-boarding and kite-surfing, fantastic golf courses, and dazzling night life, you will not be short of things to keep you occupied!
And to give you the opportunity to enjoy all this there are the most sophisticated adult only or family all-inclusive hotels, as well as some of the most remote and rustic boutique options to be found in the region.
With expert knowledge and access to all the airlines and hotels, we are here to make sure that you get exactly what you are looking for, that your booking is ATOL secured and flexible, and that you have the holiday you want. We deal with the admin and, we are on hand 24/7 to answer questions or deal with your requirements so that you don't have to worry. .
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Beautiful Bahamas Holiday Options
The Bahamas is an archipelago with sixteen main islands and over 2000 rocks and cays. It has the third biggest barrier reef in the world and boasts the world's clearest waters, with visibility routinely 150 feet and going up to 200 feet.
It has a colourful history and vibrant culture, great food, wonderful music, excellent shopping opportunities and, of course, brilliant beaches, stunning nature reserves and an incredible range of accommodation options to satisfy all tastes and budgets.
Nassau & Paradise Island
Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, situated on New Providence Island. It offers:
- museums, an art gallery, a heritage village, food tours, and cultural experiences
- traditional and modern shopping
- superb diving, mini-submarines, or snorkelling
- dolphin experiences
- big game fishing
The island is home to a number of outstanding resorts, and the city of Nassau has top quality hotels and facilities as well, but probably what it is best known for is Paradise Island, linked to downtown Nassau by a bridge. This is one of the most spectacular holiday playgrounds in the world.
The centre piece is Atlantis Paradise Island, which incorporates five hotels, an 'aquaventure park', Dolphin Cay (in-water experiences, paddle boarding and kayaking among the dolphins), tennis courts, wall climbing, swimming pools, cinema, theatre, fitness centre, 21 restaurants, 19 bars, 11 swimming pools, 5 miles of white sand beaches. And then there is the Ocean Club, a superb Four Seasons Resort, with lots more facilities, including a championship golf course.
For some serious holiday fun, this is undoubtedly a world class contender!
Freeport (Grand Bahama Island)
The second biggest town in the Bahamas is Freeport, on the Grand Bahama Island which is also a wonderful holiday hotspot. With a range of options from glamorous luxury all inclusive hotels to boutique hotels and island style accommodation, this offers access to a full range of holiday entertainment, as well as three national park nature reserves, diving, fishing, dolphin activities, horse riding, cycling and miles and miles of beautiful beaches.
The Exumas is a chain of 365 islands and islets south of Nassau. With everything from famous swimming pigs to protected iguanas, quaint villages and local markets, these islands offer opportunities ranging from the quaint and quirky to a top class, adults only, all inclusive resort with a Greg Norman golf course.
Eleuthera / Harbour Island
Pink sandy beaches are the irresistible feature of this part of the Bahamas. It includes the original capital of the Bahamas, Dunmore Town, founded in 1648, and the charming town of Governor's Harbour, as well as Gregory Town, which is surrounded by pineapple plantations and the islets of Spanish Wells and Harbour Island.
Bimini is made up of two islands, and is well known as the big game fishing and bonefish fishing centre of the Bahamas, if not, some would say, of the world. It is also known for the hammerhead sharks that you can see on a dive there and is a major cruise port.
One of what are known as the 'Out Islands' of the Bahamas, Andros is also the biggest island in the Bahamas. It is really a paradise for eco-tourists and nature-lovers. With the world's third longest barrier reef and extraordinary 'blue holes', it is an ideal place to go for kayaking, bird watching, hiking, snorkelling, diving or fishing.
There is five star accommodation here, but the whole vibe is much more laid back and much quieter than on Nassau or Grand Bahama. There are lots of more modest and intimate options as well.
Cat Island, Long Island & San Salvador
Cat Island, Long Island and San Salvador are pristine island of rolling hills, pink sand beaches, charming small towns and peaceful hide-aways. These are great places for quiet holidays focussed on diving, snorkelling, swimming and fishing.
Whether you are looking for
- a pace to party your holiday away while the children enjoy the fun of water parks and arranged activities
- a serious golf, divng or fishing holiday
- a peaceful natural retreat in the sunshine
the Bahamas has something for everyone.
Our job and our pleasure is to help you to find the ideal place or combination of places to have the holiday you want, and to get you there in the most cost effective and convenient way. We also make sure that your arrangements are flexible; we deal with any admin required by changes to regulations or circumstances; and we are available at all times to help if you need us. Get in touch with us for a no-obligation chat to get the planning process started.
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Direct Flights From London To Nassau: 9½ Hours Out & 8 Hours Back
With One Stop Or Two Stops From Major Airports: From 12 Hours
At 12 o'clock in the UK it's 7 o'clock in the morning in the Nassau or 6 o'clock during daylight saving
Have a look at the weather graph to see how the average temperature and average rainfall in the Bahamas compare with the averages in London each month