Cheap Nassau & Paradise Island Vacations 2020
As the only city in the Bahamas, Nassau is a popular destination for those seeking a more varied tropical vacation. With its fascinating history of pirates and smugglers, you really get a sense of that hustling spirit when you stroll through the laid-back city streets. Situated just south of Paradise Island, visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds when they take a Nassau vacation. The nearby 685-acre island is aptly named, offering tourists a true piece of tropical paradise.
Along with luxurious resorts and pristine beaches, the island also boasts a variety of family-friendly attractions. As you'd expect from a city in the Bahamas, Nassau benefits from a generous year-round climate. Its temperatures throughout the year range from 66°F to 90°F. Unlike most destinations, the hottest times to visit the city are March to May, and October to December. Flights here take just over three hours from New York. We offer a great variety of Nassau Bahamas vacation packages to suit all budgets. Our all inclusive packages are designed with cost savings and convenience in mind. Whether you're looking to stay directly in the city, or in nearby Paradise Island, we have a vacation package to match your requirements.
Your guide to Nassau Paradise Island vacations
Things to do in Nassau/Paradise Island
You'll find a vast range of activities and attractions in Nassau and Paradise Island. From the breathtaking beaches, to the stunning golf courses and unique shopping opportunities, there really is something to suit every type of traveler.
In Nassau, climb the 66-step Queen’s Staircase, constructed by slaves from solid limestone. Built in 1793-94, the staircase was constructed in honor of Queen Victoria.
You can also sample the famous island rum at John Watling’s Distillery. Situated on the Buena Vista Estate, you'll get to taste numerous barrel-aged rums which have become renowned throughout the country. Other unmissable activities in Nassau include diving in Stuart’s Cove, browsing the straw market, and learning more about its fascinating history in the Pirates of Nassau Museum.
The fun doesn’t end there. On nearby Paradise Island you can snorkel with green turtles, take the family to the Marine Habitat at Atlantis, and try your luck at the Atlantis Casino. Whether you're looking to enjoy a slower-paced vacation, or you want to indulge your adventurous side, there's something to match your preferences on a Nassau and Paradise Island vacation.
Best beaches in Nassau/Paradise Island
While Nassau and Paradise Island do have a lot to offer, the beaches are undeniably what draw most tourists to the area. There are a lot to choose from, so which ones are considered the best of the best?
In Nassau, Jaws Beach is a great one to visit if you were a fan of the cult Jaws movies. The final installment of the franchise was filmed at this very beach, though you'll be pleased to know there are no sharks here. It's an isolated beach, making it an ideal choice for those who want to avoid the crowds. Protected by a National Park, it's one of the most untouched, natural beaches in the region.
Other Nassau beaches worth a visit include the more built-up, activity-packed Cable Beach, the family-friendly Saunders Beach, and Cabbage Beach, often referred to as the best beach in the world.