Posted October 3rd, 2013 at 7:08 amNo Comments Yet
First of all, if you’re even considering spending a week in the Bahamas, good for you. You’re already well on your way to pulling together a fantastic week long vacation. The Bahamas really are the place to go if you’re looking for a relaxing, exotic, warm, and tropical trip. However, there are several different ways to experience the Bahamas, so deciding on how to experience it is half the battle. One option is to take a Disney Cruise to the Bahamas and stay at Castaway Cay, which is actually a private island reserved just for Disney Cruise Line guests. Let’s face it- this option is as close as you can get to having your own island. Castaway Cay features several beaches (separated into family, teens, and adults only categories), lagoons, water equipment rentals, and several different shopping and dining options. Needless to say, that option is a pretty fantastic way to experience the Bahamas.
However, Disney Cruises may not be the thing for you, and that’s okay. There are plenty of other non- Disney options to choose from when planning your trip to the Bahamas. If you want to abandon the Disney part, but still like the luxurious side of having your own beach and staying in a nicer place, there are plenty of places to stay in the Bahamas that can fit your accommodations. If you have the resources, there are even Condos in the Bahamas that you can invest in and make your visits a more frequent occurrence. Regardless of where you decide to stay, there are plenty of fun and exciting things to see and do in the Bahamas. Thunderball Grotto is an underground cave where parts of a few famous movies have been filmed, and the Marine Habitat at Atlantis is an extremely popular tourist attraction featuring over 50,000 marine animals. If you’re looking for more of a relaxing time as opposed to sight-seeing, Gold Rock Beach is a part of Lucayan National Park and is definitely not your typical commercialized, busy beach. There aren’t even any bathroom facilities or places to get food, so you’re really on your own and away from the world there.
Granted, there are several more ways to experience the Bahamas, and the great thing is that no matter how you prefer to travel, you’ll be able to find something to fit your vacation wants and needs. The thing to remember is to research beforehand, make sure you’re planning a trip that will let you experience the Bahamas the way you want to, and your week (give or take however long you’d like) in the Bahamas will be one you won’t soon forget.