Things To Do And The Bahamas Travel Guide

Bahamas Holidays are an amazing experience and I have a few idead for you that will your Bahamas holiday to become a once in a lifetime experience.

Located north of Cuba and the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas are a world famous holiday destination comprising of 29 islands and hundreds of cays and islets. The Bahamas were discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492 and were in fact his first landfall in his discovery of the New World.

The islands have a tropical climate with yearly temperatures that average between 17°C to 32°C, making this a popular holiday destination that boasts amazing beaches, clear turquoise waters and several colourful festivals hosted each year.

Things To Do And The Bahamas Travel Guide

Things To Do And The Bahamas Travel Guide

The rich culture of the islands include the making of baskets, hats and bags from palm fronds, which are popular with tourists, and this combined with a great selection of activities for the holidaymaker will ensure a memorable holiday.

Diving, boat trips or a luxury yacht or catamaran charter should be at the top of anyone’s list of activities with spectacular islands to explore and an amazing array of sea life. Non-divers can enjoy snorkeling or simply take time to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery.

Other popular activities include swimming with dolphins and this is often described as the best activity choice and a life changing experience.

Shark diving, Kayaking, nature tours, fishing, horse riding and golf are also popular choices for people on a Bahamas holiday. Getting away from the beach will on one of these activities will allow you to see the real Bahamas and for those looking for a high-speed thrill kite surfing is a great way to see the coastline.

The cuisine of the Bahamas should delight seafood lovers with fresh dishes including crawfish (rock lobster), conch and crabs. These island favourites are complimented with a large selection of International dishes that offer something for everyone. Fine dining, casual dining and pubs / bars are readily available and offer a great variety of Bahamas flavour.

Bahamas hotels also come in all shapes and sizes from 3 to 5-star luxury hotels to the ever popular all inclusive resorts that not only spoil you with a selection of cuisines but a great range of Watersports too,
Bahamas Holidays aren’t just about the beaches, so make your Bahamas holiday a special one!


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