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What we love

Blissful, beautiful and bountiful: words best used to describe the Bahamas.

The destination

Former British colony, the Bahamas consist of over 700 islands and 2,400 cays – that’s a whole lot of land and sea to keep you going! So whether it’s the idea of sailing the seas discovering the numerous hidden inlets and uninhabited islands that tickles your senses. Or if it’s the idea of lying back in a hammock, drifting in and out of blissful consciousness with the sound of the ocean lapping beyond that really whets the appetite, Bahamas is definitely the destination for you.

And the accommodation here certainly sets the standards for a supremely luxurious holiday. Beach side retreats located on the shores of the glistening Caribbean Sea create quite a setting for a memorable escape from the craziness of modern day life. Here, in true Caribbean form, the way of life is laid back to the point of being horizontal! And as you are unquestionably in the Caribbean it would therefore be almost criminal not to enjoy a timeless classic- rum! This certainly will set the ball rolling for that drifting in and out of consciousness upon your hammock on the beach! Whilst there is plenty to keep the active types happy – water sports galore and a chequered fascinating history of the Island’s original inhabitants that can be experienced first hand, this really is a destination that deserves the highly technical industry term of ‘fly and flop’!

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Top tips

  • Discover the numerous reefs and wrecks with a day scuba-diving. After all the word ‘Bahamas’ translates into shallow seas, so it can be enjoyed by all ages and abilities of water baby.
  • Have a rum punch. In fact, it would be an insult to the locals if you didn’t! Make sure it’s the national drink “Goombay Smash”
  • Learn about the pirates with a trip to Pirate Musuem in the capital Nassau
  • Visit Harbour Island – it has pink sand!
  • Visit for Christmas or New Year to catch their lively national Festival; Junkanoo – celebrated on boxing day and New Year’s Day

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