The Bahamas are arguably one of the Caribbean’s best holiday destinations, famed for its world-class resorts, luxurious beaches and the world’s third largest barrier reef. The Bahamas are actually made up of 700 or so islands, all scattered across the Caribbean Sea.
It’s not hard to see why holidays to The Bahamas are so popular. The area is home to some outstanding beaches; all boasting turquoise waters and immaculate white sands. How you spend your trip to The Bahamas will depend on which island you choose to visit.
Nassau, the country’s bustling capital, is home to a collection of lavish resorts and enviable beaches. You’ll never be short of things to do in Nassau. The area is home to countless tourist attractions and fun pursuits, including water sports, snorkelling excursions, boat tours, museums and historic monuments from the area’s colonial past. Nassau is also home to array of top restaurants, bars and nightlife spots.
Among the region’s most famous hotels is the Atlantis resort, located on Paradise Island. The resort is based on the mythical lost city of Atlantis. Among its exceptional world-class facilities are an on-site waterpark, casino, model archaeological ruins, and a whole host of world-class restaurants.
The Bahamas are home to the world’s third largest barrier reef, which can be found just off the east coast of Andros. The reef includes a 6000ft abyss, known as the ‘Tongue of the Ocean’ which is a bustling underwater metropolis, home to sharks, stingrays and colourful tropical fish.
We highly recommend a visit to the captivating shores of Pink Sands Beach. Be in no doubt, the sands on this phenomenal beach are bright pink! The colourful glow is the result of finely pulverised coral that has washed up on the beach, giving the beach a pink tinge during the daytime and a deep rosy red during sunset. The ethereal seaside destination is just one of The Bahamas many superb tourist attractions.
The Bahamas enjoy a subtropical climate, with temperatures averaging between the mid-twenties to low thirties. The tourist high season lasts from December to February, when the weather is drier.
Holidays to The Bahamas tend to drop in price around September and November time when rain is more prevalent. If you’re planning to travel at this time, it’s also worth keeping an eye on the hurricane situation.
If warm weather, magical beaches, luxury resorts and the third largest barrier reef in the world sounds like your idea of dream holiday, The Bahamas are for you. The Caribbean destination is known the world over and is synonymous with luxury. Holidays to The Bahamas are out of this world.