The Bahamas: Explore, relax & enjoy

The Bahamas have a bewildering choice of seven hundred island and innumerable cays. Where to begin? Head to The Exumas for kiteboarding, sublime diving and iguana-laden sands or perhaps inhale laid-back relaxation on the harbourfront at Eleuthera. If pirate trails excite you then Nassau will oblige alternatively foodies must indulge in Grand Bahama, where on a Wednesday night Smiths Point "Fry Fish" on the beach will not disappoint. Whatever you are looking for, we guarantee it's there in the Bahamas. An island that fits the mood is waiting to be discovered; a colourful palette of beautiful natural art.

Whether you are looking to dive into the mesmerizing blue depths or enjoy "catch of the day" for lunch at a local beach cafe, this island strewn archipelago will not disappoint.


History enthusiasts, carnival-seekers or those wanting complete relaxation will find what they are looking for in this multi-faceted paradise.


When to go:

the whole year round

High season:

October – March

Highlights

1

Peer over the Tongue of the Ocean in Andros and swap diving adventure stories with friends.

2

Follow the breeze to Great Guana Cay, adjacent to the Great Abaco Barrier Reef - target the legendary Sunday roast on the beach at Nippers.

3

Mezmerizingly spooky yet fascinatingly endearing, Dean's Blue Hole on Long Island, Bimini is the world's deepest - watch locals dive from the cliffs above or explore yourself with scuba gear.

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