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Bahamas


Made up of around 700 islands, covering 100,000 square miles of ocean, The Bahamas are arguably one of the Caribbean’s best holiday destinations. A dream spot for families, couples and friends, they are famed for exceptional resorts, magnificent weather, captivating beaches and the world’s third largest barrier reef. Whether seeking, relaxation, adventure, culture, romance or fun, this wonderful nation ticks all the boxes with activities, experiences and accommodation to suit absolutely every need. From water sports and culinary delights to sightseeing and nightlife, there is so much waiting to be discovered. Take a look at the lavish hotels and all-inclusive resorts on offer in this awe-inspiring tropical destination and book your dream luxury holiday to The Bahamas today with Destination2.co.uk.

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Bahamas

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£1359
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Immerse yourself in the sun-drenched beauty of The Bahamas during a stay at the elegant British Colonial Nassau. This splendid 5-star hotel can be found on the beautiful capital island, Nassau, and offers a wonderful base from where you can enjoy the...

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Bahamas

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£1379
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Discover the exotic delights of the Bahamas with a Caribbean holiday at Margaritaville Beach Resort Nassau. A sun-drenched playground for the young and young at heart, this stylish abode ticks all the boxes for a fun-filled tropical escape. Multiple...

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Bahamas

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£1769
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Experience sun, sea and sand like you’ve never seen before at the tantalisingly tropical Breezes Bahamas resort. Immerse yourself in true Bahamas style with all-inclusive food, drinks and adrenaline-fuelled activities and create everlasting memories...


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Bahamas

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£2489
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Sun-drenched days and action-packed evenings are awaiting guests at the Sandals Royal Bahamian, a sensational adults-only escape in the beautiful Bahamas. An exhilarating entertainment programme at this glorious Caribbean getaway includes live shows...

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Quick guide to the Bahamas


Currency:
Bahamian Dollars
Language:
English
Time Difference:
GMT -4 hours
Flight Time:
Approximately 9 hours.

Flights: You can fly to The Bahamas directly from London Heathrow.

Passport/visa requirements: Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months after the date you plan to leave the Bahamas. You won’t need a visa if your trip is less than 30 days. If flying via America you will need an ESTA.

Packing essentials: The Bahamas enjoys year-round warm weather, so it’s advisable to pack lightweight summer wear, as well as sun cream, sunglasses, and a wide-brimmed hat. It is also worth taking insect repellent, medications, toiletries, a basic first aid kit, a light rain jacket for any tropical showers and a jumper or jacket for cool evenings.

The Bahamas Highlights


It’s not hard to see why holidays to The Bahamas are so popular.

The area is blessed with 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 offers countless tourist attractions and fun pursuits, including water sports, snorkelling excursions, boat tours, museums and historic monuments from the area’s colonial past.

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Nassau is also the place to find an array of top restaurants, bars and nightlife spots.

The Bahamas also boasts the world’s third largest barrier reef, which can be found just off the east coast of Andros.

The reef includes a 6,000ft abyss, known as the ‘Tongue of the Ocean’, which is a bustling underwater metropolis where you'll find 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.


Beach Holidays in The Bahamas


If a paradise beach holiday is what you crave, look no further than the captivating islands of The Bahamas. This spellbinding destination offers some of the very best stretches of sand in the world, all boasting pure white shores and crystal-clear waters. There’s a beach in the Bahamas to please absolutely everyone, with postcard-perfect bays, sensational snorkelling spots, family-friendly facilities and water sports galore all on offer. Browse the luxury beach hotels and resorts on offer at Destination2.co.uk and book your dream holiday in The Bahamas today.

The Bahamas Weather


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.

You’ll love The Bahamas if…


… heavenly warm weather, magical beaches, extravagant resorts and the third largest barrier reef in the world sounds like your idea of a dream holiday. The Caribbean destination is known the world over and is synonymous with luxury. Holidays to The Bahamas are out of this world.

Events and Festivals


Junkanoo

Junkanoo is a colourful cultural celebration that takes place in The Bahamas three times a year. The vibrant parades combine music, dance, arts and craft, and are held on Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, with a summer Junkanoo, in July, also taking place. The largest event happens in Nassau, with other festivities in Grand Bahama Island, Eleuthera and Harbour Island, The Abacos, The Exumas and Bimini.

The Andros Crab Fest

Held in June, the annual Andros Crab Fest sees thousands turn out to celebrate the island’s crab industry through a mix of cultural shows and culinary contests.

Fox Hill Day Festival

Taking place in August, on the island of New Providence, the Fox Hill Day Festival commemorates the freeing of African slaves in The Bahamas in 1838. As well as the Emancipation Day Memorial Service, the event also involves eating, dancing and singing.

Eleuthera Pineapple Festival

This colourful festival takes place every June in celebration of pineapple farming on the island of Eleuthera. The event involves a host of pineapple-themed activities, with contests, cooking, sports and much more all to be expected.

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