Bahamas holidays

Essential Information

When To Go

Winter, Spring, Autumn
December – February
March, April

Getting There

404 £GBP


Stay There

102 £GBP

4-star hotel


Tourist Visa
not required

Up to 21 days

Bahamas, Dollar
1.00 USD = 1.00 BSD
Airport Transport

4 £GBP (20 min)
Lunch ≈ 14 £GBP
Dinner (for two) ≈ 55 £GBP
Espresso ≈ 4 £GBP
Bottled water ≈ 1.23 £GBP
Health & Safety
Travel insurance is recommended
Emergency numbers:
Ambulance: 911
Police: 919

Why Bahamas

Bahamas holidays truly provide something for everyone, from luxury breaks to family-friendly retreats. Relax on broad white-sanded beaches, take part in every water sport you can imagine or indulge in a luxury spa after a spending the day exploring Nassau.

Fill in your days diving or snorkelling the third longest barrier reef in the world. Hire a car and take a tour of Paradise or New Providence islands. Stroll around the stunning colonial mansions in the capital. Time your Bahamas vacation to take place with the Junkanoo annual street carnival, take your chances with Lady Luck in luxuriant casinos or experience the vibrant nightlife for an exciting night to remember. Relax at a spa hotel and enjoy a wide range of facilities and a broad range of dining options. Wherever your mood takes you, there’s something to suit you perfectly in The Bahamas.

When to go


Before planning your holidays to Bahamas, remember that the climate of the Bahamas archipelago is tropical and has two distinct seasons, summer and winter. In spring, from May through to November, the climate of the Bahamas is governed by warm, moist tropical air streams travelling north through the Caribbean Sea. In midsummer, temperatures average 23 to 32 degrees Celsius (73.4 – 89.6 Fahrenheit) with humidity of 60 to 100%. In winter months, from December to April, the climate is affected by the movement of cold polar masses from North America. Temperatures during winter range from 16 to 25 degrees Celsius (60.8 – 77 Fahrenheit).

Where to go/stay

The Bahamas are a tropical cluster of some 700 islands famed for their history of pirates, explorers and smugglers. Just imagine how many picture-postcard beaches that means! Justifiably the Bahamas offers a huge variety of accommodation options. The best places to stay on Bahamas vacation in the archipelago range from extravagant themed resorts to tranquil private islands, to jungle guesthouses.

The Bahamas capital, Nassau, on New Providence Island, is one of the busiest cruise ship ports in the world, but you'll find ports on all the islands. Of course Nassau has the main airport and is the home of many of the best places to stay in the islands.

Things to do

The Bahamas offers beautiful beaches and the third longest coral reef in the world. As well as this, the islands also offer a great range of hotels, offering endless choices things to do during your Bahamas holidays.

Visit rare pink-sanded beaches; try every water sport you can imagine from diving to snorkelling. Swim among dolphins, feed sting rays and feel the adrenaline of shark-infested waters on your Bahamas vacation. Wander around Nassau, against a background of old-world charms, enjoying a little duty-free shopping. Relax in some of the best spas in the Caribbean and sample the finest cuisine.

Cable Beach offers pure white-sanded expanses, a lively atmosphere and the perfect location for water sports. On Cabbage beach you will find the perfect base to soak in the sun and head to Harbor Island to enjoy the rare pink-sanded beaches they showcase.

Dine in the lap of luxury at the GrayCliff restaurant – this 250-year-old mansion has one of the largest wine collections in the world.

Take a day-trip to the deserted island paradise of Exuma by boat and enjoy a picnic on the beach on your holidays to Bahamas. Get up close and personal with the most fascinating mammals at Dolphin Encounter. Or listen to the fascinating tales as told at the Pirate Museum.