Choose The Super And Utmost Enthralling Period Of Your Husband's Life, Want The Bahamas
Summer is just around the corner and you are thinking of availing Bahamas Vacations for you and your family. There are several ways to get to this island paradise either by air or by sea and one of the most preferred methods of going here is joining a cruise tour which lists Bahamas as one of the ports of call. This way, you not only get to enjoy the tropical waters and fine white sand but the journey as well. There are a lot of cruise companies that carry out the Bahamas routes and some of them are Royal Caribbean, Princes Cruises and Carnival Cruises. Flying to and from the Bahamas is easy with the many available flights via Continental Airlines, JetBlue Airways and American Airlines that can fly you to and from several US cities. Air Canada, Cubana Airlines and British Airways have flights direct to Nassau from Toronto, Havana and London respectively. You will have a stress-free way of reaching the islands with the many available modes of transport available for our use.
Lovely Bahamas Vacations at the Exumas
Your Bahamas Vacations will surely be full-packed with activities when you include the Exumas Islands in your itinerary. This island chain within an island chain so there are a lot of cays that you can choose to stay when visiting this place. There are lots of choices for accommodations when vacationing here from the high-end luxurious resorts to the simple lodges so you can choose one depending on your budget. Protecting the waters and natural flora and fauna has been spearheaded by the government when it declared some parts of it as a protected marine park. Many of the cays and islets are privately owned so you would have to be careful before going snorkeling or diving or bone fishing there unless you want to be charged with trespassing. You can prefer to stay at Georgetown where most of the restaurants, shops and hotels are found. Your stay in these beautiful islands will surely be one for the books.
For the Greatest Bahamas Vacations - Nassau and Paradise Island
Nassau and Paradise Island offer a unique combination of Bahamas Vacations; urban lifestyle and the worry free island life. Nassaus oldest path, Bay Street, is now lined with gift shops and hundreds of stores that almost belie the fact that it was once a British Colony; the architecture of some of the old buildings is a dead giveaway. Go to Dolphin Cay at Atlantis in Paradise Island and get to experience the mystery that has hounded inhabitants for thousands of years, the Lost City of Atlantis; snorkel your way through ruins and artifacts underwater with sharks and other sea animals circling around you. Commune with the oceans most lovable creatures at the Dolphin Encounters on Blue Lagoon Island just three miles off the coast of Nassau where you can either swim with bottle-nosed dolphins or pet them on platforms; its an activity families can enjoy together. Nassau and Paradise Island is an excellent getaway for people who love both the sea and staying indoors.
Bahamas Vacations: Bimini
If youre going on Bahamas Vacations dont fail to visit Bimini Island and discover its extraordinary beauty that seduced Ernest Hemingway, the famous writer and poet who was also a gifted fisherman of his time. For divers, being able to see up to two hundred feet deep is a rare and welcome treat that only the waters of the Bahamas can offer and in Bimini Island, explorers found limestone blocks neatly arranged as if to form a road which they say may belong to the Lost City of Atlantis which they called Bimini Road; its only about twenty feet deep and easily accessible. Bimini is the tiniest island in the Out Islands chain but its beaches are far from being small; Tiki Hut Beach is two miles long and is famous among visitors for its fine white sand which when seen with the lush greenery behind it makes one picture worthy scene. Visit the underwater wreck of the Liberty ship Sapona, once a storage hold for smuggled liquor in the time of the ban on alcohol trade in US territories. Bimini Island is beautiful and its lingering mystique will make you come back for more.
by: Niall Gaston