Less than 100 miles off the coast of Florida, the Bahamas is a group of 700 islands located in the crystal blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The 14 main islands serve as a hub for the remaining islands and offer a lifetime of beaches. From the pink sands of Harbour Island and Eleuthera to the deserted strands of the Exumas and San Salvador, you'll enjoy miles of footprint-free beaches, reef diving, swimming and sport fishing. Venture a little further out and go sailing or boating to The Abaco Islands or take an ecotour on Inagua.
Things You Should Know
|Currency:||Bahamian dollar (U.S. dollars accepted)|
|Entry Requirements:||Return or onward ticket and proof of funds to support the visit|
|Driving:||On the left|
|Best Times to Visit:||November through May|
If you're looking for a place to relax and feel pampered, the Bahamas is the place. Try one of the many all-inclusive resorts and stay in a glamorous, beachfront honeymoon suite. Enjoy gourmet food, tropical concoctions and the most land and water activities you've ever seen in one place. If you're looking for privacy, retreat to a beach bungalow on one of the many islands, such as the beautiful and biggest island of them all, Andros Island. Bahamas honeymoon packages vary from a romantic spa treatment to a guided ocean safari.
Destination Weddings in the Bahamas
With altars made of bright blue skies and aisles made of powder white sand, the Bahamas is the perfect setting for a beach wedding. Take your photos with a backdrop made up of breathtaking ocean views, colorful sunsets and swaying coconut palms. Say "goodbye" to the stress of planning and "I do" to relaxing on the beaching while your wedding coordinator takes care of every detail.
Climate & Weather
The refreshing winds give the islands a warm, agreeable climate year-round. Water temperatures tend to match the outside temperatures. Average temperatures range from 70° to 75° F September through May and 80° to 85° F the rest of the year.