Ah, the Bahamas—famous around the world for stellar white and pink sand beaches, shallow cerulean waters, and a relaxing island ambiance. Spend a week on your yacht in The Exumas, an archipelago with 365 cays and islands—one for every day of the year! Here, you can swim in the Thunderbolt Grotto in Staniel Cay, made famous by the James Bond movie. For some quality wildlife interaction, hop over to Big Major Cay, where you can swim with and feed the wild (but very friendly!) pigs that live freely on the island. In George Town, order a fresh conch salad at the beach and watch your Bahamian chef prepare it with skill.
The Atlantis Paradise Island resort is the most popular resort destination in the Bahamas. Stop by to see the world’s largest open-air marine habitat, play a few rounds of golf, or test your bravery at the infamous Leap of Faith slide—featuring a 60 foot drop through a shark-surrounded tube into a lagoon!
Visit the Abacos for their protected harbors, English colonial architecture, and magnificent beaches for miles. Take some time to watch master boat builders at work in what has been the boating capital of the Bahamas since the colonial era.
If your adventuring spirit is longing for something a little off the beaten path, let us plan a trip around Eleuthera (pineapple capital of the world!), Harbor Island, and the Spanish Wells—less frequented, but entirely worthwhile destinations.