Comprised of 700 islands, the Bahamas is the ultimate tropical paradise, home to endless perfect beaches, vibrant historical towns and beautiful turquoise seas.
Known for its endless islands and spectacular marine life, our luxury Bahamas holidays could see you diving into the mystical blue holes of Andros and snorkelling the expansive Andros Barrier Reef to island hopping across the Out Islands and discovering hidden cays. From the pastel-hued streets of Nassau to the rich wildness of Inagua, each island of this enchanting archipelago offers a unique experience. Whether you're looking for a luxury hotel on Paradise Island for the whole family or a secluded resort for your romantic honeymoon, our Caribbean experts are personally on-hand to plan every detail of your dream trip to The Bahamas.
Situated in the Lucayan Archipelago, the Bahamas offers spectacular opportunities for adventure; for those eager to take in the region’s natural treasures, explore its many national parks featuring coral-rich turquoise lagoons, verdant mangrove wetlands, and immaculate beaches inhabited by an array of birds and wildlife.
Soak up the glamorous atmosphere in Nassau, home to world-class resorts, a thriving culinary and nightlife scene, as well an array of historical sites such as the Queen's Staircase and Fort Montagu. Freeport is a one-stop-shop for many of the Bahamas' most gorgeous attractions, with boutique stores along its palm-fringed streets, waterfront entertainment hubs, exquisite white beaches, and convenient access to Lucaya National Park.
With a tropical climate, The Bahamas enjoys warm weather throughout the year, however, the best time to visit is between November and April when the risk of hurricanes is the lowest.
The best time to visit the Bahamas is from mid-December to mid-April when the weather is hot and dry, therefore making it the peak travel season. The islands fall within the hurricane belt and there-fore those who travel between June and November should expect rainy days and potential storms.
What could be more perfect than being on a heavenly honeymoon in the beautifully sunny Bahamas with your loved one? How about being on a secluded island for the day with delicious food and total privacy?
Imagine it: a stunning white sand beach, calm azure waters lapping around your feet and your favourite person sitting right next to you. No one else. Just the two of you, a delicious picnic and a dreamy paradise island. We think you’d be hard pressed to find a more luxurious and romantic honeymoon activity.
Taking place on Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and again throughout July, the Junkanoo is a cultural must-see for anybody visiting The Bahamas.
With spectacular parades in Nassau, Grand Bahama Island and Eleuthera, to name just a few, this truly is an unmissable event. The energy and vibrancy of the crowds that watch on as dancers and magnificent floats parade through the streets is second to none, the beats of the drums and the music are electrifying, and the costumes are dazzling and downright fabulous. For an injection of colour and festivity while on your holiday, there’s no better event than this carnival-esque extravaganza.
Diving enthusiasts prepare to be thrilled, as The Bahamas offers an exhilarating and truly unique experience, located just a stone’s throw (literally!) from the idyllic shores of Long Island.
Identified as the world’s second deepest saltwater blue hole, begin in ankle-deep waters and plunge into the depths, reaching an astonishing 663 feet. Amazingly, the water here is so crystal clear, that visibility can reach an extraordinary 115 feet. As if this isn’t astounding enough, at 66 feet, the blue hole opens up into a cavern teeming with vibrant marine life and corals. What will you discover in the deep of the Bahamian water?
Famous for its use in not one, but two James Bond films, Thunderball Grotto (originally named Staniel Cay) is a must-see destination for any snorkelling enthusiast in the Bahamas.
This network of stunning underwater caves and corals is teeming with thousands of fish, including reef sharks, and the crystal clear turquoise sea here is perfect for observing them. Plunge into the cool calm waters for a snorkelling excursion that all of the family can enjoy. More daring guests can even jump from the cliffs into the mysterious caverns beneath for a thrilling afternoon.
The Bahamas' national dish may seem like a strange one, but it is a delight for the taste buds, and we just happen to know where to find the best version of this delectable dish.
King Restaurant and Bar in Arawak Cay is renowned for its take on cracked conch. Serving well-tenderised conch with a golden crispy coating and a perfectly balanced lime and salt seasoning, we guarantee you'll be dreaming of the next time you can indulge in this sublime meal. Pair with rice and peas for a truly sensational taste experience.
For your very own swashbuckling Caribbean adventure, a visit to the Pirates of Nassau can't be missed.
Located in the heart of Olde Town, this attraction offers an interactive experience and invites guests to gain a one of a kind insight into life in the Bahamas in the 1700s. Learn all about the life of a pirate from the expert guides, including a history of women pirates, the struggles of being marooned, and the true story behind the legend of Blackbeard. For an afternoon of fascinating fun for adults and children alike, there is no other comparable attraction.
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Best Time To Travel:
December - April