Bahamas – Exuma & Nassau

The Bahamas is home to over 700 islands with pristine white sands and turquoise waters. While many islands are private or uninhabited, there are three islands that feature all inclusive resort packages.

Exuma is the newest destination with an all inclusive hotel option. When Sandals Resorts took over the Four Seasons in Exuma, a new all inclusive locale was born.

Grand Bahama island is home to the all inclusive Grand Lucayan resort while Nassau leads the way with offerings from Breezes Bahamas, Melia Hotels, RIU and Sandals.

Sandals Royal Bahamian and Sandals Exuma take top honors for all inclusive in the Bahamas. Their luxury offering for couples-only features a robust collection of all inclusive amenities.

Nassau Things To Do:

Paradise Island – The Atlantis. While the Atlantis is not a full time all inclusive resort, they have experimented with all inclusive vacation packages from time to time. Even if you don’t stay at the Atlantis, it’s worth a visit for the casino or to see The Dig and Water Park.

Swim with the Dolphins at Blue Lagoon Island.

The Straw Market – Nassau is home to a bustling straw market that is frequented by cruise ship passengers.

Fishing charters – Nassau has great sport fishing and the waters are truly beautiful.

Catamaran Cruise

Casinos – Baha Mar, The Atlantis and others have full service casinos.

Events in Nassau:

Changing of the Guard – Every other Friday at the Government House.

Junkanoo Festival – Traditionally celebrated over Christmas and New Year. Junkanoo Summer takes place in June and July.

All Inclusive Deals in Nassau:

Breezes Bahamas Save up to 50% Off!

Things to do in Exuma:

Exuma is a respite from our busy lives. Most things in Exuma are centered on the ocean and beach. Why not, when you have some of the most beautiful water in the world!

Swimming with the pigs? Yes, the world famous swimming pigs of Exuma continue to delight visitors from around the world.

Fishing. Bonefishing to be exact. A sport fisherman’s dream is to fight what some say is the strongest pound for pound fish in the fishing world!