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A guide to Bahamas holidays

Bahamas is a popular holiday destination for tourists from all over the world. Its sparkling waters, vast stretches of sandy beaches and plenty of sunshine throughout the year make it ideal for people looking for a relaxed vacation. Travellers can choose their vacations from a wide variety of Bahamas packages ranging from inclusive vacations, luxury Caribbean holidays to a number of cheap Bahamas deals.

Things to do in Bahamas

Bahamas offers a wide array of activities for the visitors. The magnificent beaches provide excellent facilities for water sports ranging from kite boarding to jet skiing. The coral reefs of the Bahamas are a major attraction for both experienced as well as amateur divers and snorkelers. Ample opportunities for fishing also exist around the islands. Outstanding facilities
Apart from fun at the sea, Bahamas prides itself on a number of world-class championship golf courses, outstanding facilities for squash and tennis, walking trails and premium stables that offer exciting horse rides through the forests. It is a shopper’s paradise with its duty free shopping on luxury items such as perfumes, jewelry, clothes and watches.

Attractions in Bahamas

Travellers can take a stroll through plantations, caves, forts and far-off villages. They can see some of the unique species of flora and fauna, including the rare Bahamas parrot. A visit to the Bahamas Historical Society will give a detailed account of the history of the islands. Interesting sightseeing places
Some other interesting sightseeing places include the Parliament Square in Nassau, Lucayan National Park, Blue Lagoon Island, International Bazaar, National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Queen's Staircase and the Pirates of Nassau.

Practical information

Bahamas is very well-connected to major international destinations, making it easy to travel from almost anywhere. Bahamas has more than 50 airports to fly into. Out of these, the airports of Nassau, Grand Bahama Island and the Exumas are international airports. The currency of Bahamas is the Bahamian dollar.

Best time to travel

Bahamas enjoys a pleasant climate all round the year. The summer temperatures seldom go above 32°C, while the winter has a low temperature of about 16°C. Excluding the months of hurricane from July to November, the weather remains calm all through the year. However, the best months to travel Bahamas are from December to April.

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