When it comes to tropical destinations, nothing can compare to a Bahamas vacation. With over 700 islands and pristine beaches, you’ll never be at a loss for what to do. Now you must be wondering how to go about with it. Don’t worry! We’ve prepared a couple of tips, tricks and resources that will make everything look seamless.
But what exactly does a list of resources mean?
Eat croissants in Paris, swim with dolphins, see the sunset from the hilltop or go bungee jumping. We all have certain aspirations and goals, things we always have dreamt of doing. Therefore, most of us have it in our minds, without a formal label to it.
When to visit the Bahamas
Hurricane season: Early June- end of November, prices are comparatively lower, but they come with a risk as well.
Best time: Mid-December to mid-April is considered to be the peak season.
Budget-friendly: Just before Christmas or early January, or late February.
Off-season: Mid-April to mid-December when the crowds are lighter.
Special events to attend:
Junkanoo: It happens between Christmas and New Year. A street parade you wouldn’t want to miss for the world.
Bahamas International Film Festival that happens usually in December.
It’s time for some shopping!
Hit some of the craft markets and specialty shops, or stroll through the street stalls to your heart’s content. Make sure to take souvenirs back home for your loved ones.
Check out these shopping places:
Festival Place at Nassau
The Bahamas Craft Center at Paradise Island
Port Lucaya Marketplace at the Grand Bahama Island
What you need to pack:
Heading to the beach? You can’t be missing out on those quintessential shades, the hat and all the accessories. Whether you’re getting your glam on at Atlantis or keeping it natural under the sun, this list will certainly help you pack better:
Hats to protect you from the scorching sun
Travel size umbrella
And of course, clothes of your preference
Now some Packing tips:
We’re always trying to pack as much as we can but think about it, packing everything and keeping it light makes it easy. And that’s exactly why we are here with some tips for staying organized:
Pack all your electronics essentials in a small bag for easy access
Travel size containers for jewelry, toiletries and personal items
Dryer sheets in between your clothes
Consider rolling your clothes to save space
Pack extra only if there’s room. For instance, your favorite scarf, the guidebook or similar such items you can totally do without. Pack these only if you can afford extra space.
The Bahamas offers a range of natural sights, gorgeous beaches and nightlife aplenty. Whether you’re shopping in Nassau, getting festive ready at Junkanoo, or indulging in some kind of Bahamas adventure, you’re bound to get the island vibe. We hope these Bahamas travel tips help you organize your vacation better. So, see you around on the sand!