All posts tagged: The islands of the Bahamas

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10 Things To Do In Exuma, Bahamas

When you think of the Bahamas, you naturally think of Nassau. However there are many more islands in the Bahamas you can choose to visit. Exuma (or Grand Exuma as it is officially known) offers many direct flights from Canada and the U.S. With 365 islands in the chain, there’s one for every day of the year! If  you’re ready to give up crowded streets full of tourists, huge cruise ships and casinos then you’ll really love the peace and quiet of Exuma – one of the Out Islands of the Bahamas. 1) Rent a car! You don’t want to fly to this gorgeous group of islands and plunk yourself on a beach at an all-inclusive club – what a waste that would be!! Rent a car for at least a couple of days so you can get out, explore and immerse yourself in the local culture. At $350 to rent a car for the week it’s well worth the money as well as the freedom it affords you to get out and see more!

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Save Big On Travel To Grand Bahama Island During 2013

Interested in a shorter getaway? Save $200 on three, four or five-night packages. Bookings are valid for travel through Nov. 3, 2013. The Commonwealth of The Bahamas is celebrating the 40th anniversary of independence all year long, so join a variety of celebrations. Like The Bahamas on Facebook for event updates. Seeking details on activities and events such as snorkeling, fishing, sailing, diving or land-based tours? For more information visit the newly designed, more intuitive Bahamas.com official web site. The refresh marks a departure from a mostly informational website to a hybrid of informational and transactional. For consumers, it offers an easy to navigate trip-planning and travel booking capability – aimed at encouraging island exploration. The website now takes visitors on an interactive journey into the 16 main islands of The Bahamas. New photography layered with interactive hotspots allows consumers to virtually fly around islands and zoom in on points of interest. Helpful information on a range of topics is available on the website – from planning a destination wedding and honeymoon, to attractions for day trippers …