The Bahamas Travel Guide is the first comprehensive guidebook to visit this delightful island paradise. It provides island information and hotel information for travelers to consider when planning a trip to the Bahamas. This is the most comprehensive Caribbean holiday package guide. The Bahamas is an island in the Caribbean Southeast Caribbean; it is not part of the United States Commonwealth of Florida.
The Bahamas Travel Guide is divided into three parts. Part one covers general tips and tricks for travelers to take advantage of their Bahamas trips. It contains information on everything from where to eat on the islands to the way to get there. In addition, general tips on safety on the ocean vessels and beaches are also included. It provides helpful information on what to do in case of emergency and where to seek medical assistance if needed.
The second part of the travel guide is all about the beaches. Specifically, this section provides information on the best beaches to visit in the Bahamas. The majority of the Bahamas have wonderful beaches with surfacing along most of the coast line. These beaches are typically tourist hot spots. Some of these beaches include the famous White beach, Paradise Island, Runway Island, Sunset Beach, and Isle de Jean Soul. Most of the resorts at the Bahamas offer amenities such as restaurants, bars, pools, spas, childcare, and other facilities that are found in other holiday destinations.
The third and final part of the travel guide includes island hopping. Island hopping refers to taking an actual trip to the different islands in the Bahamas. Some of the islands in the Caribbean are so popular that tourists can choose to stay overnight on them. In addition, some of these islands have very nice diving locations, and even golf courses.
The Bahamas Travel Guide also delves into activities that tourists can partake in when visiting the islands. For example, one of the most popular activities for tourists can participate in involves beach volleyball. This sport is unique because it takes place on the pristine white sand beaches. Although this sport may sound like a little recreation, it actually offers a great deal of exercise for everyone involved. In addition, the close proximity to the water allows participants in this sport to participate in activities like water skiing, banana boat rides, wake boarding, kayaking, wind surfing, sailing, and more.
One of the primary goals of the Bahamas travel guide was to provide an in-depth look at the islands that make up the Bahamas. Although there are a vast number of different islands in the Caribbean, most people seem to prefer the Bahamas to any other destination. The reason for this preference is the islands in the Bahamas offer visitors a wide variety of scenery and activities. For example, visitors can choose between miles of white sand beaches, snorkeling, or even diving in the Bahamas. In addition, if one wants to get away from it all, there are miles of trails, as well as horseback riding, ATV riding, and so forth available to take visitors by.
In the Bahamas travel guide, the authors went over some of the top attractions and activities that tourists can partake in. At the top of the list for most visitors, and in line with many holidayers' preferences, are the white sandy beaches of the Bahamas. Among the most popular beaches in the Bahamas include Cable Beach, which is on the Atlantic Islands; Summerville, which are on Eleuthera Island; and Port Charlotte, which are on Paradise Island. Other popular beaches include Little Cayman and Negril.
If one wants to play golf in the Bahamas, then St. John's is the perfect place to start. This is where world-class Bermuda Island Golf Club is located. Other top golf courses in the Bahamas include the Gold Coast Golf Course in Sunny Isles Beach, the St. John's Golf Course on Eleuthera Island, and Murrells Inlet and Baywatch Bay, which are both on Paradise Island. The travel guide further described these popular golf courses as "some of the finest golf courses in the world."
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Although the beaches are more crowded, the best time to visit the Bahamas is during high season, which runs from mid-December to mid-April, making it a great spot for a warm winter getaway. Bahamian summers are generally warm and sometimes rainy, with daytime temperatures reaching about 89.7°F.
British nationals visiting are usually allowed entry into the Bahamas for up to 21 days.
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The official currency of The Bahamas is the Bahamian Dollar (BSD). If you're looking to transfer or spend money in The Bahamas you can grab amazing Bahamian Dollar deals via Wise.com (GBP to BSD).
The flora and fauna of the Bahamas are quite out there. Myriad of species of different animals and insects and fish, all spread across these seven hundred islands, treats to the eyes, essential to the growth and existence of the place. Exumas Pigs, Sandy Cay Iguanas, Inagua Flamingos, Bimini Dolphins, Eleuthera Turtles, Sharks, Conch, Spider crab, Sea Stars, Abaco Parrot and Bats.
Bahamian food? Conch, a large tropical mollusk (sea snail) with firm, white flesh, is the national dish of the Bahamas. Conch can be prepared in a number of ways: served raw with lime juice, raw vegetables and even fruit called conch salad.
You can typically expect to pay around £3.68p for an equivalent pint of lager or beer.
English is the official language. Although, you might hear Bahamian English. It's a mixture of Queen's diction, African influence and island dialect. You can learn some basic Bahamian before you travel to The Bahamas and really impress the locals!
The currency in The Bahamas is the Bahamian Dollar (In the Bahamas, it is customary to tip 10%. However, if you received exceptional service, you may wish to leave a larger gratuity. This is always greatly appreciated.).
The GMT time difference is -5 hours