When packing to visit the Bahamas, it’s essential to consider all of the things you will be doing throughout your visit, and, of course, the weather. When visiting the Bahamas during spring break, the weather will be enjoyable - anywhere from 75 to 84 degrees! Consider this your complete guide of what to bring before heading off to the tropics.
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Visiting the Bahamas can fulfill a lot of travel goals, but if you go during the rainy season, or even run into a rainy day during your time, you might feel discouraged that you’re not getting the most out of your Bahamian vacation. But the good news is, there’s plenty for you and your family to do in Exuma, even when the sky is grey! Here are the best rainy day activities for kids in the Bahamas.
Each island in the Bahamas has its draws, depending on what kind of experience you are looking for. However, while there is so much to do in George Town and the Exumas during your time at Peace & Plenty Resort, planning Nassau day trips is a great idea, so that you can see as much as possible.
Landmarks are something that many travelers want to check off their bucket list. Visiting each place’s most iconic sites are all once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, so researching landmarks is something you want to do while planning travel itineraries.
The beauty of the Bahamas’ nature and wildlife is unparalleled. That’s why Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park is so remarkable: it’s the first no-fishing reserve in the Bahamas, so you can see our tropical nature and wildlife in its full capacity. Within its 176 square miles, 16 cays make up the land portion of the park. The rest? Clear, blue ocean waters.
Lighthouses are scattered throughout the Bahamas. And sensibly so: our chain of islands has needed them to guide ships from the sea throughout our history. Some of them have become famous landmarks, and others add character to our islands. Although George Town has no lighthouses, dozens of towers are worth day trips to on other islands to cities like Bimini, Nassau, Acklins, and more.