For an Affordable Bahamas Vacation Rent a Timeshare

The Bahamas is perhaps the most famous Caribbean vacation destination, known all over the world. Renting a budget timeshare makes a family vacation here very affordable. No matter what island you visit or at what resort you stay, your timeshare rental will give you plenty of time to relax, unwind, and explore this amazing country. The water activities are unsurpassed, the activities on land are numerous and unique.

When you talk about vacationing in the Bahamas, you're biting off a pretty big chunk. This Caribbean archipelago is made up of 29 main islands, 661 cays (low-level sandy islands formed on the surface of coral reefs), and 2000 smaller islands spread out over 100,000 square miles of sparkling blue ocean, starting just 50 miles off the coast of Florida. It has the third largest barrier reef in the world, in what many consider the clearest water on the planet.

An English-speaking country, the Bahamas was a part of the British Empire until 1973 when it gained its independence. It is still a member of the British Commonwealth. Although the Bahamas is not technically located in the Caribbean, it is considered a Caribbean nation and is a member of the 15-nation CARICOM organization of Caribbean states.

Be sure to attend any of the festivals that are plentiful through-out the islands. Junkanoo, a street parade festival of music, dance and art, is held in many towns on both Boxing Day (the day after Christmas) and New Year's Day. Regatta festivals are held to celebrate special social events through-out the year, and often feature one or more days of sailing by old-fashioned family "work boats," along with on-shore entertainment including music and dancing, as well as mouth-watering local food. Speaking of which, also check out the frequent festivals celebrating local food such as the Pineapple Fest on Eleuthera and the Crab Fest on Andros.

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3 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    No wonder people are always talking about the Bahamas as THE Caribbean vacation spot. I had no idea it was so big.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    See a junkanoo if you can, it's very fun.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Many people don't know that you can take a 1-day to 3-day cruise from Miami or Ft. Lauderdale to the Bahamas - it's a fun way to extend your Caribbean vacation.

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