Stretching over 600 miles of crystal-clear water, most of the 700 beautifully unspoiled islands in the Bahamas chain of islands are uninhabited making a luxury Bahamas holiday an inspiring holiday experience.
This is truly an area of contrasts. Nassau, the capital of the most populated island, New Providence, is a bustling and sophisticated centre offering an abundance of duty-free shopping, fine dining and a vibrant nightlife. In complete contrast, the out islands are ideal for excursions and provide plenty in the way of rest and relaxation. So why choose the Bahamas for your next luxury Caribbean holiday? Because there really is something for everyone.
Two Bahamian resorts in our portfolio are based on Paradise Island, the world's largest island resort destination. Connected to the island of New Providence by two bridges, the resort is close to the region’s capital, Nassau, home to another of our properties, as well as some secluded, pristine beaches. You’ll soon see why Paradise Island is such an appropriate name.
The island archipelago extends 500 miles south-eastward from the coast of Florida, not far from Cuba.
With over 700 islands, it’s difficult to know where to start in the Bahamas! But these 700 islands also mean that this archipelago is incredibly diverse and unique.
There are beaches to suit every need and desire – even pink ones! Head over to the northern side of Harbour Island to witness the pink sand with your own eyes, or to experience one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, visit Treasure Cay Beach in the Abacos. If you wish to stay around Paradise Island, then Cable Beach, Cabbage Beach and Paradise Beach are all worth visiting.
Visitors to the capital always rave about the Pirates of Nassau museum, which explores the history of piracy in the area. You’ll learn about dungeons, peg legs and parrots. And no trip to the Bahamas is complete without trying the so-called national drink, a ‘Goombay Smash’. The best place to try this rum cocktail is where it was created – at Miss Emily’s Blue Bee Bar on the Green Turtle Cay.