The economy getting you down? Working too hard because your company has downsized and you’re doing the work of two – or three? Need a break? There’s never been a better time to visit the Bahamas for a Caribbean Island vacation. No passport is required for this group of 700 islands located just 50 miles off the state of Florida – but a world removed from anything in the States. There’s nothing like the Caribbean islands. Warm breezes and tropical beaches will make you feel relaxed and carefree for very few dollars compared to stateside locations. A few days on [...]
Versatile Bahamas is tropical chic – how else can you describe a place where candy-pink beaches, lush island forests, shopping complexes, and glitzy casinos all coexist in perfect harmony, with everything in between within easy reach? Bahamas is colorful indeed, and you can see it in the vibrantly painted houses, the pastel beaches, and the local dress color code: bright greens, pinks, and yellows, unabashedly splashed in living color. And the shades bleed off everywhere too, so whether you’re teeing off at a country club, testing your limbo skills, or sampling conch, the vibrancy of the Bahamas is always with you anywhere you go.
Shop until you drop at Nassau, or try your luck at Freeport casinos; once you’ve had your fill of glitz and glamour, seek respite at the surrounding beaches, in full view of crystalline beaches and an exquisite sunset. The Grand Bahama also prides itself of having one of the oldest honeycombs of underwater caves in the world, and the Victorian battlements of Nassau will surely ease the history buff’s taste for culture. The Bahamas truly has it all – and that’s not an overstatement.
From daylight until way after dark, the Bahamas are the place to be! One of the top destinations for tropical getaways, each one of the Bahama Islands can offer the vacationer great activities that range from swimming and diving to shopping and dining. Whether you are into water sports or would rather keep your feet on dry land, the Bahamas offer it all. You can stay at an upscale resort, or kick back in a locally owned bed and breakfast. So, no matter what kind of experience you are looking for on your vacation to the Bahamas, you are sure to find it every time you come!
If you’re tired of the pollution and traffic of the city; if you’re bored with the usual outdoor adventure; then make plans to take a Bahamas Vacation today. With some 700 hundred islands scattered across the Bahamas, you’ll surely never run out of beach space to lay down your blanket and bask in the tropical sun.
You will find yourself suddenly transported to suntan paradise as soon as you set foot in this tropical getaway. So what are you waiting for? Grab you swimwear, a camera and some sunscreen and head on out to the Bahamas with your family and friends.
San Salvador is one of the islands that make up the Bahamas. It is 12 miles long and a small island; however, many come to see all that it has to offer. It truly is a wonderful place to relax and learn about the past history that has graced this island.
Exploring the island is what many do when they come to San Salvador. They want to see the shipwrecks that have happened on or around the island. It is amazing at what years of tales you can find when you take the time to look. Many also like to see [...]
When you go to Mayaguana in the Bahamas you are getting away from the duties of everyday life. It is a place to recharge your body and mind. To regroup with your family and just have some quiet fun together on this isolated island.
Lay on the beach and let the sun take you away. Watch the sunrise and set from that same spot on the beach. There is no need to pack your day full of events like you do when at home. Instead, unwind those stressed muscles and watch the family bond again. The kids can play on the [...]
When you think of the Bahamas do you get a warm and calm since of peace? Can you hear the ocean waves hitting the beautiful sandy beaches? This is what most think of when they want to take a getaway to Long Island in the Bahamas.
The Island itself is only 80 miles long and divided into different sections by the Tropic of Cancer. This only adds to its beauty and lets you see the wonderful, picturesque views from the hilltops located on the southern part of the island.
There are many things to do on the island once you get there. [...]
Inagua is an anagram for “Iguana”, an animal that is indigenous to the island: the iguana. Inagua is actually made up of two different islands: Great and Little Inagua. The Inagua’s are a naturalist’s paradise and Great Inagua has been called the “great outback” or “wild west”. The traveler who is interested in something more than resorts, golf and shopping will find this a wonderful and unusual place to visit. Rare birds and reptiles thrive; wild donkeys and cows ramble and wild boar are chased and hunted for food and sport. The principal forms of recreation are the usual snorkeling, [...]