All-Inclusive Deals For The Islands Of The Bahamas

Monday 13th, September 2010 / 12:45 Published by
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Uncrowded beaches, eco-inspired lodging and blissfully tranquil surroundings may not sound like your typical all-inclusive resort experience; but travelers to The Bahamas can expect these simple pleasures in paradise on their next island getaway.  Boutique resorts throughout The Bahamas are going above and beyond for travelers on a budget with all-inclusive rates and special meal plan add-ons, allowing visitors to enjoy the islands with no surprises.

From the destination’s soft adventure capital of Grand Bahama Island to the charming 120-mile-long island chain of The Abacos, travelers can experience all The Bahamas have to offer by staying at boutique properties across the islands. With all-inclusive rates starting at just $83 per night, it’s the perfect time for travelers to pack their bags, choose an exciting jaunt and come see why it’s better in The Bahamas. Rates vary according to island and resort.

Life in the 700 Islands Of The Bahamas just keeps getting better. And it’s easy to see why. With world-class diving and fishing, miles of picture perfect beaches, and gorgeous turquoise water, visitors have the opportunity to do everything or nothing at all. From Exuma, Eleuthera and Abaco to exciting Nassau/Paradise Island and Grand Bahama Island, this tropical paradise is as culturally diverse as it is vibrantly beautiful.

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1 Comments on “All-Inclusive Deals For The Islands Of The Bahamas

  • I recently visited Grand Bahama and would like to make a comment. We came here last year and have noticed a big difference. Our favourite place Port Lucaya is now getting ugly. The tourists are outnumbered by local loud teens and lots of running around.

    We witnessed drag racing and yet a Port Authority person on duty took no notice. Then we went to Nassau and stayed at Breezes. I needed cash and crossed the road to an ATM in broad daylight. I was accosted by not one but two cars with local offering a free sample of drugs. They also held up cocaine. I did not leave the hotel again. Sad as I would have liked to visit downtowm.

    I guess the police are about but more interested in taking their family out in their police cars than doing a proper patrol. The Bahamas need a strong government to take charge of this worsening situation.

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