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Explore the versatility of the Bahamas

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About The Bahamas

The name Bahamas originates from the Spanish term ‘Baja mar,’ which means shallow sea waters. This tropical paradise is everyone’s dream vacation because of its beautiful white sand beaches, surrounded by an incredible palette of deep blue and turquoise waters. NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly even said once that The Bahamas is “the most beautiful place from space,” and one must pay a visit to know why.

The Bahamas is home to some of the world’s most stunning beaches in the world, and most of its 700 islands are tropical hot spots with a fantastic climate and the clearest ocean waters you’ll ever see. The main activities on these islands are water sports, fishing, boating, diving, snorkeling, sailing, and duty-free shopping.

If you are looking for a romantic vacation destination, this place is sure to light up the fire.

The best time to take high class escort Lisa Blaine to The Bahamas

The Bahamas have a tropical climate with two main seasons. The months from June to October are hot and wet, while the months from November to April are warm and dry even in winter. The colder months are from May to September.

The best time to visit The Bahamas is from December to April, which is also its peak season. Though temperatures here are great year-round, the islands fall within the hurricane belt sending frequent hurricanes between June and November.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in The Bahamas? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Would you like to organize the perfect date in The Bahamas? Let my team and I help you to create the perfect setting. We know the best restaurants, hotels, things to do, and more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

The best hotel options in The Bahamas

The Royal at Atlantis

five star hotel rating

The Royal at Atlantis takes inspiration from the mythology of the Lost City of Atlantis risen from the sea. Its lobby features The Dig and Ruins Lagoon, a significant open-air marine habitat. Located in the Atlantis Paradise Resort and Casino, discover paradise with it offers colorful rooms with French balconies that overlook the harbor, the ocean, or the gardens. Atlantis Paradise Resort has more than 30 restaurants and bars, including the famous Nobu, a fine-dining Japanese restaurant.

The Ocean Club

five star hotel rating

The Ocean Club is a Four Seasons resort offering to elevate the laid-back Bahamian style to create one of the most sought-after resort experiences in the Caribbean. The resort is located on the north shore of Paradise Island, boasting a 5-mile stretch of pristine, white-sand beach and luxury accommodations with panoramic ocean views. It also features a Balinese-inspired spa with eight treatment villas and the fine-dining restaurant DUNE by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

Margaritaville Beach Resort

five star hotel rating

Margaritaville Beach Resort is Nassau’s newest resort destination. With over 5,000 square miles of beaches, reefs, wrecks, and bars to explore, this is your ultimate destination within a destination. Margaritaville is located in the downtown area, just steps from the cruise port and an easy flight from many major cities and airports. All guest rooms offer comfort and convenience while giving the most beautiful views of the ocean.

Grand Hyatt Baha Mar

five star hotel rating

The spectacular Grand Hyatt Baha Mar has been a tourist favorite because of its guest rooms with full balconies overlooking the beach, six outdoor pools, a world-class spa, the largest casino in the Caribbean, and a signature Jack Nicklaus golf course. Grand Hyatt Baha Mar is located in Nassau and is just 5 miles away from the international airport.

The Island House

five star hotel rating

The Island House is a Bahamian boutique hotel with only 30 rooms and suites designed with both visitors and the local community in mind. The resort is a symbiotic extension of the surrounding environment, featuring exclusive private beach access, restaurants, a cafe, wine market, art-house cinema, lap pool, a movement studio, squash courts, and a Bamford Spa.

Warwick Paradise Island

five star hotel rating

Warwick Paradise Island is the only 4-star hotel in The Bahamas offering a private escape in its sleek and modern structure with the best amenities and entertainment on the island. The resort is known for its breathtaking 10,000 square foot terrace, which overlooks the marinas across the harbor, which is usually used as to backdrop to destination weddings. All of its 250 rooms and suites allow guests to admire the beauty of Paradise Island.

The Most Romantic Restaurants in The Bahamas

When it comes to a beautiful variety of fine-dining options in The Bahamas, Nassau’s country capital is ready to give different dining experiences. Europe, Africa, South American, and even Asian flavors permeate the food across the islands in a way that is sure to leave you wanting more.

Graycliff Restaurant

Graycliff Restaurant is a five-star dining venue with cuisine that epitomizes elegance in the finest continental and Bahamian tradition with a delicious and distinctive menu. The restaurant is situated in a historic, colonial-style mansion that also houses an award-winning wine cellar with more than 250,000 bottles, including vintage wines. The menu changes occasionally, but it already includes an appetizer, soup or salad, main course, cheese, and dessert. In Graycliff, elegant dress code is strictly enforced at dinner, and gentlemen are requested to don long trousers and collared shirts.

DUNE

DUNE is an acclaimed restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, set atop a white-sand bluff showcasing dramatic ocean views. Its British colonial design was created by renowned interior designer Jeffrey Beers, featuring a display kitchen and outdoor patios overlooking the beach. In this restaurant, guests can experience an imaginative blend of French-Asian cuisine with a seafood twist and a dash of Bahamian spice. Highlights include chicken and coconut milk soup with shiitake cakes, goat cheese fondue with frisee and red pear vinaigrette, Bahamian lobster with light curry and plantains, and cheesecake with blood orange.

Carna

Carna is a contemporary steakhouse created by the famed butcher Dario Cecchini. Carna honors the art and traditions of butchery by sourcing the finest cuts of meats from the best farms from across the world. A vast selection of steaks, seafood, and delicacies are also available. This restaurant is located in SLS Baha Mar Hotel.

Cocoplum Bistro

Cocoplum offers French and Mediterranean cuisine with an island twist using the freshest local produce. This restaurant is conceptualized by the French chef Cecile Cathelin who was inspired by her childhood memories, travels, and culture. The restaurant is located west of Nassau on the corner of Old Fort Bay and Lyford Cay. It has a true Bistro spirit, pairing high-quality food with a warm and friendly ambiance.

Katsuya

Master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi showcases his creative takes on classic Japanese cuisine in a sleek restaurant designed by Philippe Starck. Katsuya is famous for its three kitchens. One is the sushi bar, another the robata 1000-degree grill, and the third the “liquid kitchen,” or the bar. To date, this is the finest, most creative dining at the new Baha Mar resort on Cable Beach. First-time visitors can try some Bahamian exclusives, such as conch salad and Conch-oyaki, in addition to Japanese favorites like spicy tuna, yellowtail sashimi, and miso-marinated black cod. Pair your sushi feast with a signature cocktail, such as the Burning Mandarin, which features hand-crushed Serrano chili.  

Cafe Martinique

Café Martinique is the newest and only elevated dining concept to feature a plant-forward menu at Atlantis’ Marina Village. With their deep commitment to using ingredients available only on Paradise Island and Nassau, dishes exude a fusion of Mediterranean-Bahamian flavors with inspiration from the coastal regions of France, Morocco, Italy, and the Middle East.

Romantic highlights of the city

Visit a bunch of beautiful islands

There are 700 islands in The Bahamas to explore, and it might be hard to decide where to start. Many islands are uninhabited, but the best ones to see first include New Providence island, Paradise Island, The Exumas, The Abacos, Andros, Bimini, The Berry Islands, the Southern Bahamian Islands, Eleuthera, and Harbour Island. Only about 400,000 people live in The Bahamas, and 70% of that number reside on New Providence Island, home of the capital Nassau, where most tourist and economic activities occur. All other islands are known as the ‘Out Islands’, where you can spend some peaceful and quiet stays, while Exuma is known for its most beautiful white sand beaches and turquoise waters.

Explore and dive into the waters of the islands

The Bahamas has the most transparent ocean waters in the world, and it is one of the best reasons to witness the spectacular underwater life in the islands. There are many diving spots for snorkelers and scuba divers, including the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, the Andros blue holes, and barrier reefs. In addition, sharks, manta rays, sea lions, bottlenose dolphins, or hawksbill turtles live in the islands’ ocean waters, making The Bahamas a top diving and snorkeling site.

Cave diving is a thing in The Bahamas

Thousands of years ago, the waters around The Bahamas were more than 100 feet lower than they are today. Due to the rising sea levels, some caves on the island, which are primarily made of limestone, gradually submerged under the crystal-clear waters of the ocean. This made The Bahamas become one of the best places in the world to cave dive, attracting more and more diversity each year.

Get to Bahamian party style during Junkanoo Festival

Christmas and New Year are really different in The Bahamas. Junkanoo Festival is the real Caribbean party, and it is one of the most entertaining carnivals in the world. On the 26th of December each year, people in colorful costumes parade through the streets of Nassau to the sounds of drums, horns, cowbells, and whistles. This traditional celebration may have started as early as the 16th century to honor the country’s history with traditional music and dancing.

Visitors planning to travel to The Bahamas for Junkanoo must book their flights at least six months in advance, as many hotels and resorts tend to be fully booked around this time.

Drink up and try all the best cocktails on the island

The Bahamas is home to the best bartenders globally, concocting tropical cocktails made from locally sourced ingredients. One of the island’s signature drink is called “Bahama Mamas,” which is made with rum, coconut rum, grenadine, orange juice, and pineapple juice as its main ingredients. No one should leave The Bahamas without trying out this cocktail while relaxing on the beach.

Travel back in time in these historic lighthouses

The Bahamas has two of the most notable lighthouses that you can check out while in the Caribbean. One is the Elbow Reef Lighthouse, also known as the Hope Town Lighthouse in Elbow Cay Bahamas. Hope Town is already quite charming, and this 89-foot lighthouse adds to the town’s appeal attracting the most visitors. In comparison, the Elbow Reef Lighthouse in Elbow Cay gives the most amazing views upon climbing its 101 steps. This lighthouse was built in the 1860s when lighthouses were used to warn or guide ships at sea. The lighthouse has then survived to bring a bit of the past into the future.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

Enjoy this gorgeous city to the fullest and let my team and I help create the perfect dream itinerary. We know the best places to have a bite to eat, clubs and bars, hotels, things to do, and much more. Contact us now and learn more about the possibilities.

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