The Bahamas offers plenty of things to do and places to explore once you’ve settled into your luxury condo. Whether you stay local on Paradise Island or explore the Exumas during the day, there is always something new to see and do. Travelling within The Bahamas is easy and convenient, and we’ve put together the top four ways to get around in style.
1. By Private Car
Upon arriving at Nassau International Airport there are plenty of car rental facilities available, including name brands like Hertz and Avis. It’s about a 30 minute drive from the airport to Paradise Island, and renting a car is perfect if you plan on venturing beyond Nassau or if you just want the freedom to explore on your own. If you just need to get from the airport to your
2. By Golf Cart
One of the best ways to take advantage of all Paradise Island has to offer is by golf cart. Cruise effortlessly between the Atlantis Resort and One and Only Ocean Club, or take a quick trip into town for an unforgettable night out of dinner and drinks. When both you and your batteries need a recharge, simply plug into your dedicated spot within the secure and underground parking facility at THIRTY SIX.
3. By Yacht
The Bahamas has a long tradition of attracting the world’s most impressive luxury yachts, and the crystal clear blue waters make boating one of the best ways to travel around the islands. Most marinas in Nassau and Paradise Island have water and electrical hookups, and nearly all of the islands have world class marinas so you can safely and securely dock for the night. The variety of the islands gives you endless possibilities to explore dozens of nearby cays, coves, and virgin beaches or just spend an afternoon at sea relaxing, fishing, snorkeling, entertaining friends or relaxing. The best part? The Bahamas are just a comfortable overnight cruise from Florida and are accessible all year.
4. By Plane
Nassau International Airport is easily accessible from most international hubs with direct commercial flights from cities like Toronto, London, New York, Boston, Miami, and Chicago. Nassau is also host to world class Private Jet FBO’s such as Odyssey Aviation. Once you’ve arrived, The Bahamas offers perfect weather and visibility for flying small planes around the islands. There’s nothing better than flying above the white beaches and out over the open blue waters that The Bahamas are famous for.