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The Bahamas, an archipelago of about 700 islands, extends over an area of about 760 miles in the north Caribbean. Bahamas vacations offer tourists the opportunity to explore some of the rich colonial history of the Bahamas deriving from British culture, history, and tradition. You’ll be delighted to find a range of great foods to tempt the palate, including the region’s celebrated seafood. In addition to local tastes, Bahamas music offers a mix of Caribbean styles, including Calypso and steel drum bands. Major Bahamas vacation destinations include Nassau, Grand Bahama Island with Freeport, and the Out Islands that are popular with sailing enthusiasts. The capital city of Nassau is located on the island of New Providence, the largest of the many islands in the Bahamas. It offers a variety of historical attractions and outstanding beaches. Grand Bahama Island is a small town setting with several natural wonders – underwater cave systems, three national parks, outstanding beaches and diverse marine life. Freeport offers the second most popular destination, featuring top-notch beaches, casinos, nightlife, and world-class scuba. The Out Islands are truly unique – no cruise ships, high-rise hotels or crowds – and perfect for those who wish to experience a more authentic Caribbean island experience. Eleuthera offers a variety of accommodation possibilities, from simple cottage rentals to high-end condos – great alternatives to the larger Bahamas vacation resorts.

Getting Around: We can help you find flights to Bahamas. Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), the main point of access to the Bahamas, is located just 16 km outside of Nassau. Once in Nassau, taxis are not hard to find. 

Where to Stay: From Grand Isle Resort in Exuma to Pelican Bay in Freeport to Atlantis in Nassau, there is a hotel for you. Our expert travel agents who’ve been there can help recommend accommodations based on star rating, budget, location, and amenities.

Weather: Spring and fall are the best seasons for taking a Bahamas vacation, since temperatures can be low for some in the months of December and January. Average temperatures during prime seasons typically range from 21C and 27C, with summer high temperatures climbing to 32 C. Winter low temperatures rarely dip below 15C at night.

Note that US dollars are the accepted currency and all major credit cards are widely accepted.  It should also be noted that tipping is expected for most Bahamas package holiday services. If you are taking any electronics along, you'll be glad to know that the Bahamas shares the 110 volt North American standard.

Bahamas offers several miles of white powder sand beaches set against turquoise waters. It’s no wonder why visitors come to discover its gems. Call 1-800-665-4981 and our agents can help get you there!

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Important Travel Information for Bahamas

Population284000
Official LanguageEnglish
Official CurrencyBahamian Dollar, US currency also accepted everywhere
Canadian Citizens RequirePassport valid for 3 months beyond intended stay
US Citizens RequireCanadian Passport valid 3 months beyond intended stay
Electricity110
Tipping15% if not already included. USD $1.00 per bag

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