Bahamas (Sale Off 25%)


The Bahamas

You know the name, the laid-back attitude and where to find them, but you’ll just have to visit The Bahamas to truly appreciate this classic cruise destination. On this 700-strong string of sun-splashed islands dotting the blue Atlantic, the living’s easy. (And it’s not bad on a Bahamas cruise either!) The central port of Nassau is the bustling capital of the country — “bustling” is a relative term, of course — while Freeport is all chill, all the time. And nothing is as delightfully desolate as Half Moon Cay and Princess Cays: pure private-destination paradise. Enjoy sailing, snorkeling, strolling pearly pink-sand beaches, and swimming through crystalline turquoise seas. Make Christopher Columbus’ first stop your destination on a Bahamas cruise.

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Tour Overview

Day 01

Scuba diving:

Diving was my main inspiration for visiting the Bahamas, and I wasn’t disappointed by the marine life and extensive visibility. The island is one of the few places where you can dive with reef sharks in their natural environment. I joined a dive with Stuart’s Cove for a scenic dive along Runway Wall. We then headed to Shark Arena, where a diver in chain mail fed the swarming sharks bait from a spear. For those without scuba certification, there are plenty of snorkeling excursions available (proximity to sharks optional).
Day 02

Explore the capital city of Nassau:

The main attractions are easily walkable in an afternoon. See the town courthouse, library and the Queen’s Staircase, which was carved out of limestone in the late 18th century. Walk up the 65 steps commemorating the years of Queen Victoria’s reign to visit Fort Nassau at the top. Pick up souvenirs at the Straw Market near the cruise port.
Day 03

Spend a day at Atlantis :

From Nassau, it’s an easy and cheap ($6 roundtrip) ferry ride to Paradise Island. You can also cab over the bridge, but then you’ll miss the entertaining commentary from the ferry tour guide, who tells jokes and points out celebrity houses along the shoreline. Pack a day bag with your swimsuit and towel to take advantage of the pristine beaches and extensive pool complex of the Atlantis resort. An all-access day pass is $120 for adults, including lunch (subject to availability; prices may increase in peak season).
Day 04

Tour the island by local bus:

Mini buses called jitneys run throughout the day until 8 p.m. and only cost $1 to ride. Just flag one down at the designated stops and tell the driver your destination. This is an easy and cost-effective way to circumnavigate the tiny island and search out secluded beaches away from the main tourist areas.

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Cruise Name Available Seats Departure Date Duration
Bahamas 6 Anytime 7 days
Cabin Type Name Cabin Price Number Max Adults Max Children
President Suite 450 5 2 2

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