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Flight Tickets to Bahamas

The Bahamas is an island country, specifically an archipelagic state, in the Atlantic Ocean. It is a part of the Lucayan Archipelago and comprises of 29 islands, 661 cays, and 2,387 islets in the Atlantic Ocean. Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas and is located on the island of New Providence. The Bahamas archipelago is situated north of Cuba and Hispaniola and north-east of the Caribbean Sea and as per the country’s database, it covers an ocean space of around 180,000 square miles and a land area of approximately 5,400 square miles. The Bahamas heavily relies on tourism with 60% of the country’s economy dependent on the sector. You can thus deduce that flights to Bahamas are many, especially from nearby America but you won’t be able to easily find cheap plane tickets to Bahamas. Getting cheap flights to Bahamas requires deals with Bahamas-bound airlines. Travelopod negotiates and arranges for you these deals and offers for flights to Bahamas. So call Travelopod now and get the best possible price on your desired Bahamas flight.

Tourism Information about The Bahamas

Geography: The Bahamas consists of the following islands - New Providence (comprising of Nassau and Paradise Island), Grand Bahama, Bimini, Abacos, Eleuthera, Andros, Exuma, Long Island, Cat Island, Berry Islands, San Salvador Island, Acklins Island/Crooked Island, Inagua, and Mayaguana. Cities in The Bahamas are - Nassau in New Providence, Freeport in Grand Bahama, Matthew Town in Inagua Island, and Alice Town in Bimini.

Adventures: The Bahamas, as expected, is famous for its beaches but the country’s landmarks are as exquisite too. Paradise Island is host to many of the country’s landmarks so do include that trip in your itinerary. Don’t forget to visit The Pompey Museum of Slavery and Emancipation to learn about the country’s history. Visit the forts and monuments such as Fort Charlotte, Fort Montague and the Pirates Museum in Nassau and do not miss the many Bahamian artworks in places such as National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, the Central Bank, the National Treasury Building, and the D'Aguilar Art foundation.

The Bahamas being an archipelago has a host of water-based activities for tourists to enjoy. Everything from water sports, swimming, kayaking, scuba diving, bone fishing, deep sea fishing, parasailing, sailing, waverunners riding, island hopping, island boat tours, dolphin excursions (usually the ones at Rose and Blue Lagoon Islands with Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins and California Sea Lions), shark encounters, snorkeling, kiteboarding, board surfing and anything else which is adventurous and is in water, probably happens in the Bahamas.

The Bahamas is also renowned for its cruises. There are numerous cruise lines which operate private island retreats in the country, i.e. vacation at an island which is privately-owned. Nearly 70% of the tourists which come to The Bahamas are cruise visitors who arrive on excursions like the Booze Cruise or the Flying Cloud tour.

Land-based adventures in The Bahamas include Eco Adventures like nature walks and cave tours in Nassau. You can also golf at the many exotic golfing clubs situated on the numerous islands of the country. You can also tour the John Watling’s distillery or enjoy authentic Bahamian food at the Bahamas Food Tours. Do some arty-crafty stuff at the Earth & Fire Pottery Studio and the Bahama Hand Prints Studio. You can also test your luck at a Casino (such as the one on Paradise Island or the Cable Beach Strip Casino or the one in Bimini). You can also plan wildlife excursions to Atlantis and Adastra Gardens.

If you visit The Bahamas during summers, you should definitely plan on crashing great festivals like Goombay in Nassau, Pineapple in Eleuthera and Rack n' Scrap in Cat Island. Also, try and catch a Junkanoo performance while you are there.

Language: English is the official language of the Bahamas. You will obviously find it spoken with a Bahamian dialect there.

Climate: The place’s climate and water are both warm all-year-round with an average annual temperature of 80 °F. The weather is that of a tropical savannah.

Accommodation: Staying in the Bahamas can be costly on an average person’s pocket. You will rarely find a backpacker/hostel-type lodging in this archipelagic country. A room’s price at most hotels start at $200 for a night and can go up to $500 and more, in the case of five-star resorts. There’s also a Service Fee and a Hotel Guest tax which are mandatory for guests to pay. Most hotels and resorts in the country are limited to Nassau and Paradise Island.

Food: Delectable seafood, fruits, and vegetable are aplenty.

Currency: 1 Bahamian dollar (BSD) is equal to 1 USD. USD is accepted everywhere in the country so no need to convert your USDs’ to BSDs’.

Transport: As far as ground transport is concerned, Nassau/New Providence and Grand Bahama have a bus system locally known as Jitneys. Riding taxis will prove to be pretty expensive. If you plan to travel by air across the Bahamas’ islands, you can use the air services of Bahamasair, Sky Bahamas, Western Air, Flamingo Air, Lee Air, Southern Air, and Pineapple Air. Car rental services are available near the major airports easily but are expensive. Passenger boats serve most of the populated islands of the Bahamas however they aren’t that comfortable. Although, if you want to travel by water comfortably, you can look into yacht charters.

Information about The Bahamas Airports

The major airports of The Bahamas are in the capital, Nassau (Lynden Pindling International Airport) and Freeport (Grand Bahama International Airport/Freeport International).

Lynden Pindling International Airport: Lynden Pindling Airport is the largest airport in the Bahamas. It is situated in the western part of the New Providence Island, near Nassau and is a major hub for Bahamasair. There is a dedicated U.S/International Arrivals Terminal at the airport. May note that car rental services are available at the airport.

The airlines which frequently serve this airport are Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge , Western Air, JetBlue Airways, Pineapple Air, Silver Airways, SkyBahamas Airlines, Southern Air Charter, Southwest Airlines, Sunwing Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, Bahamasair, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Condor, Copa Airlines, Cubana De Aviacion, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Flamingo Air, IBC Airways, InterCaribbean Airways, United Airlines, United Express, and WestJet.

The North American cities which this airport usually serves are Montréal, Toronto, Boston, Baltimore, Fort Lauderdale, New York, Orlando, Washington, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami, Houston, Havana, Newark, and Calgary.

Grand Bahama International Airport: A privately-owned international airport, the airport is close to most of the major cities on the eastern seaboard in the U.S. These airlines-city pairs are the usual air routes at this airport - American (Charlotte), American Eagle (Charlotte, Miami, Seasonal: Philadelphia), Bahamasair (Fort Lauderdale, Nassau, Orlando), Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection (Atlanta), Flamingo Air (Marsh Harbour, South Bimini, Great Harbour Cay, Moore’s Island, Walker’s Cay), Silver Airways (Fort Lauderdale, Orlando), SkyBahamas Airlines (Fort Lauderdale, Nassau, South Bimini, Providenciales), Sunwing Airlines (Montréal–Trudeau, Toronto–Pearson), Vacation Express (Baltimore, Chicago–O'Hare, Cincinnati, Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, Nashville, Newark, Pittsburgh), and Western Air(Nassau, South Bimini, Marsh Harbour). May note that car rental services are available at the airport.

Other than the above, these are the airports in the Bahamas - Abaco (Castaway Cay Airport (private), Marsh Harbour Airport, Mores Island Airport, Sandy Point Airport, Scotland Cay Airport (private), Spanish Cay Airport, Treasure Cay Airport, and Walker's Cay Airport), Acklins (Spring Point Airport), Andros (Andros Town Airport (Fresh Creek Airport), Autec Heliport, South Andros Airport (Congo Town Airport), Clarence A. Bain Airport, San Andros Airport), Berry Islands (Big Whale Cay Airport, Chub Cay International Airport, Cistern Field, Great Harbour Cay Airport, Little Whale Cay Airport), Bimini (North Seaplane Base, South Bimini Airport, Cat Cay Airport, Ocean Cay Airport), Cat Island (Arthur's Town Airport, Cutlass Bay Airport, Hawks Nest Airport, New Bight Airport), Cay Sal (Cay Sal Airport (private)), Crooked Island (Colonel Hill Airport (Crooked Island Airport)), Pittstown Airport), Eleuthera (Governor's Harbour Airport, North Eleuthera Airport, Rock Sound International Airport), Exuma (Black Point Airport, Darby Island Airport (private), Fowl Cay Airport, George Town Airport, Exuma International Airport, Hog Cay Airport, Leaf Cay Airport, Lee Stocking Airport, Little Darby Island Airport (private), Farmers Cay Airport, Norman's Cay Airport, Rudder Cut Cay Airport, Sampson Cay Airport (private), Staniel Cay Airport), Grand Bahama (Deep Water Cay Airport, Grand Bahama Aux AF Airport, West End Airport), Inagua (Inagua Airport (Matthew Town Airport)), Long Island (Cape Santa Maria Airport, Deadman's Cay Airport, Hog Cay Airport, Hard Bargain Airport, Stella Maris Airport), Mayaguana (Mayaguana Airport), Ragged Island (Duncan Town Airport), Rum Cay (Port Nelson Airport), and San Salvador (San Salvador Airport (Cockburn Town Airport)).

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