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    If you have a winter wedding but want to head somewhere warmer for your honeymoon, or if you have always just wanted a Bahamas Honeymoon, you will not be disappointed! The Bahamas is truly a unique place.

    The archipelago is nothing short of an ecological oasis. Located only about 50 miles off the coast of Florida, you get a tropical far-away feel without needing to take a twelve hour flight.

    The Bahamas is made up of 700 islands (only of which about 30 are inhabited) and boasts some of the clearest water in the world. Aside from the beauty that comprises the land, the Bahamas is rich in culture and hospitality, you will feel right at home on your Bahamas honeymoon.

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    Sandals Royal Bahamian

    Experience royal treatment at this glamorous adults-only resort featuring all-new River Pool Swim-up suites with butler service, two pristine white sandy beaches, and exclusive VIP airport transfers to Rolls-Royce or Mercedes-Benz butlers. Experience a new level of luxury at the most elegant all-inclusive resort in the Bahamas. Sandals Royal Bahamas is a combination of Western elegance and a tropical offshore island experience.

    Once the home of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, this beach resort features two sky-size colonnaded pools spanning the emerald shore, a 5-star Global Gourmet catering with 11 specialized restaurants and an award-winning Red Laneยฎ Spa.

    Sandals Royal Bahamian Information

    Average Price Range: $600 to $1800

    All Inclusive: Yes

    Adults Only: Yes

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 15 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 400

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    Sandals Emerald Bay

    Deep in the idyllic waters of the Exumas, the adults-only Sandals Emerald Bay brings unparalleled luxury to the easy-going rhythms of the Bahamian Out Islands. This lavish all-inclusive resort in the Bahamas is a lucky paradise designed to make you feel like you are the only ones in the world where the service is superior and the Bahamas-style architecture with luxury villas and suites blends with nature.

    Secluded within 500 tropical acres along a pristine, miles-long beach, civilized pleasure coexists with exotic adventures, from three stunning poolsโ€” including a half-acre, zero-acre pool with a dramatic fire pit in the middleโ€” to 11 exceptional restaurants and an award-winning golf course. The All-Inclusive Exuma Resort Sandals is the ultimate romantic getaway.

    Sandals Emerald Bay Information

    Average Price Range: $650 to $1950

    All Inclusive: Yes

    Adults Only: Yes

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 20 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 245

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    Shannas Cove Resort

    Come Find Your Paradise

    Shannas Cove Resort is a paradise for those finding a relaxing beach holiday in the heat. Enjoy Cat Island’s stunning secluded white sandy beaches and take in the subtropical scenery ideal for exploration.

    The crystal blue waters are suitable for deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and paddling. Spend your days doing bonefishing in the bay, walking the beaches of the Atlantic, or visiting other places on the islands. Islanders are extremely hospitable and welcoming who are happy to share with you their rich history and culture.

    The small hotel offers 5 private bungalows, which provide a romantic view of the sea, ideal for watching stunning sunsets on Cat Islands. The restaurant will certainly please everyone in your group with a range of seasonal dishes, including exotic island specialties.

    Be sure to join us over lunch for one of their popular pizzas, while enjoying the sea breeze and beautiful views.

    Shannas Cove Resort Information

    Average Price Range: $ to $

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 12 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 5

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    Andros Beach Club

    Ultimate Relaxing All-inclusive Vacation

    Andros Island has become known as the Bahamas’ eco-tourism hub. Andros, the Bahamas’ largest island, and the Caribbean’s 5th largest gives you a beautiful natural setting to enjoy. The Andros Beach Club provides an intimate, relaxed atmosphere for relaxing and rejuvenating your soul. The Andros Beach Club is an all-inclusive boutique resort on the islandโ€™s finest beach โ€“ 4 miles of private & secluded white sand, steps from your room.

    The Andros Beach Club & Andros Diving offer some of the best snorkeling, diving, kayaking, bonefishing, reef fishing, and deep-sea fishing in the Bahamas. Snorkel the Andros barrier reef or the Andros Blue Holes.

    South Andros Island is one of the safest, most unique, and untouched islands of the Bahamas. Tropical weather throughout the year makes every seasonal visit more enjoyable. The friendly local community is eager to make you feel welcome and comfortable and teach you about their island home and unique way of life.

    Andros Beach Club Information

    Average Price Range: $728 to $1904

    All Inclusive: Yes

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 320 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 8

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    Rollezz Villas Beach Resort

    Experience New Extraordinary Sensations

    Rollezz Resorts provides not only a holiday but an experience with its incomparable hospitality, rustic scenery, and farm to table options of fruits, vegetables, and drinks.

    Their motive for setting up the villas is to build a first-class intimate resort that suits the visitors’ aspirations. Guests are caressed all day by the west winds to a fresh and untamed villa paradise and kissed by the warm sunlight. Be one of the first to catch moments in a calm and serene environment where nature is in harmony.

    Imagine walking along a sandy beach-the the more you walk, the more lonely it is. Isolated beauty nestled between the Atlantic Ocean aquamarines and the Joe Sound Creek. Such long walks create awe-inspiring memories to share.

    Rollezz Villas Beach Resort Information

    Average Price Range: $325 to $354

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 10 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 8

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    Rock House

    An Adults Only, Luxury Boutique Hotel in Harbour Island, Bahamas

    Rock House welcomes guests to a luxury adult-only boutique hotel located on the Bahamas’ Harbour Island. They offer the ideal atmosphere for romantic weekend getaways, luxurious holidays, and destination weddings in the Bahamas’ Out Islands with just 10 individually decorated rooms and suites, a renowned restaurant, and an unrivaled level of personalized service.

    Situated a mile off Eleuthera’s northern coast, Harbor Island is one of the Bahamas’ oldest settlements.

    The secluded and pristine island has become a popular destination for travelers searching for an unforgettable holiday with its 18th century New England-style architecture, welcoming people, and three-mile pink sand beaches.

    Rock House Information

    Average Price Range: $390 to $768

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 10 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 10

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    Cape Santa Maria Beach Resort & Villas

    Discover an Untouched Paradise

    There is no better place to sit back and relax more elegantly than Cape Santa Maria. Indeed, there is no more beautiful spot to fill your days with sailing, paddling, snorkeling, and dining by the sea.

    Whatever you choose, at the cape, another untouched world awaits you. They offer some of the best holiday packages for the Bahamas.

    Their Beach House Restaurant and Bar offer local and foreign cuisine alongside fantastic wine selection, craftsmanship, and local beers and the Bahamas’ finest Pina Coladas. The Activity Center provides for a variety of events including fishing options, cave snorkeling, sailing, surfing, kayaking, and boarding stand-up paddles.

    Organize interesting excursions to famed “Dean’s Blue Hole,” historic Clarence Place, Hamilton’s Caves, Long Island’s own swimming pigs, and spellbinding views from the Columbus Monument.

    Cape Santa Maria Beach Resort & Villas Information

    Average Price Range: $314 to $481

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 16 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 40

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    Pineapple Fields Resort

    Feel the Finer Pleasures in Life

    Pineapple Fields Resort and Tippy’s Beachfront Bar and Restaurant have situated east-southeast of historic Governor’s Harbour, along well-known Banks Street, hugging some of the most stunning Atlantic beachfront on Eleuthera Island.

    The resort is situated 100 yards from a beautiful crescent-shaped beach, two miles blue. Not seeing more than a handful of people on the sand, you’ll think of it as your own discovery. This is the paradise of every Beach bum.

    Staying at the Pineapple Fields Resort is like being at the Bahamas house of good friends. The ideal crossroads between a hotel and a private home, the resort provides a hotel’s personal service in unpretentious rooms with everything you need to beach chairs and towels down.

    On Eleuthera, there is so much to do and see including deep sea fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, island tours, paddle boarding, yoga, surfing, kayaking, and shell collection. Many adventurous guests enjoy renting a car to explore the 100-mile long island and many hidden beaches โ€“ some within a few kilometers from the resort! Or just park on the beach, read a book (or not) and listen to the crashing waves of the Atlantic.

    Pineapple Fields Resort Information

    Average Price Range: $263 to $395

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 15 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 26

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    Staniel Cay Yacht Club

    Explore Hundreds of Islands at Your Leisure

    Staniel Cay Island is nestled within the majestic Bahamian Islands chain called The Exuma Cays (a.k.a. “Exumas”). Staniel Cay is located about 75 miles south of Nassau, and about 250 miles southeast of Florida.

    The island itself is within an area of less than 2 square miles. On the west shore lies a small Bahamian village, just a short walk south from Staniel Cay Yacht Club. Though small, (the island has a population of less than 90 full-time residents) the island has much of what anyone would need: a church, a post office, a library, three small retail shops, and a marine supply store.

    Since 1956 the Yacht Club has been an integral part of the community of Staniel Cay. There are currently 14 cozy bungalows, an 18-slip marina, a 3,000-foot airstrip, and a clubhouse with a great restaurant and casual island bar. The perfect getaway for anyone seeking a comfortable, casual vacation on a remote and unspoiled island.

    Staniel Cay Yacht Club Information

    Average Price Range: $ to $

    All Inclusive: Yes

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 400 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 14

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    The Dunmore Hotel & Residences

    The Perfect Synergy of Charm, Intimacy, and Privacy

    Guests at The Dunmore have enjoyed the beautifully tropical cottages and stunning pink sandy beach for decades, with the feel of a private club and the elegance of a different period. Newly designed homes and cottages preserve this enduring and cherished heritage of the Bahamian people.

    Harbor Island is righteously known for Pink Sand Beach, a three-mile stretch of finely crushed coral that has been sifted and smoothed by decades of ashore washing. At dusk, light rose by day, bright pink, it’s still a beautiful sight to behold.

    The waters around Harbor Island offer some of the best diving and snorkeling in the Bahamas, with colorful coral reefs, grottos, wrecks, high-speed drift dives, and the enigmatic Blue Hole sapphire.

    The Dunmore Hotel & Residences Information

    Average Price Range: $670 to $2268

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 8 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 18

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    Sky Beach Club

    Amazing and Beautiful Reefs at Your Fingertips

    Sky Beach Club is an intimate collection of seven oceanview accommodations. The popular Club is considered the gem of the Out Islands, featuring the Bahama’s most luxuriously appointed 4-bedroom villas. All accommodations feature tropical vistas with ocean views and luxurious amenities and are designed for true relaxation. All are just either footsteps or a 3-minute walk to the island’s most popular oceanfront poolside Pascal’s Restaurant Bar and Grille.

    While a guest, relax and enjoy one of the islandโ€™s most popular venues, Pascal’s Oceanfront Seafood Restaurant with a delightful swim-up pool bar. Perfect for honeymooners and lovers, Sky Beach Club hosts more beach weddings than any Out Island resort of its size. Sky Beach is a magnificent pink-sand beach that stretches for more than a mile.

    Sky Beach Club Information

    Average Price Range: $274 to $989

    All Inclusive: No

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: Yes

    Distance to Airport: 12 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 7

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    Small Hope Bay Lodge

    All-Inclusive Comfort in a Rare Natural Setting

    Set against a backdrop of unspoiled and virtually undiscovered beauty, they create a place for you to get away from the distractions of modern life. Once you have freed your mind from those distractions, you realize that it is the simple things that are most important on your Bahamas vacation.

    Small Hope Bay Lodge offers cabins right on the beach, new foreign cuisine, hiking, snorkeling, fishing, nature walks, and more! Nestled on the edge of the 3rd largest barrier reef in the world, be as far away as you can get while still enjoying the comforts of home.

    Relax and enjoy the amazing diversity of dives, world-class fishing, endangered birds, and the fine art of hammocking! Secure, quiet and remote, unspoiled Andros Island is ideal for a family holiday, a relaxing holiday, a romantic honeymoon, or a wedding party. It is almost like there is no other location on earth!

    Small Hope Bay Lodge Information

    Average Price Range: $ to $5

    All Inclusive: Yes

    Adults Only: No

    Villas Available: No

    Distance to Airport: 5 minutes

    Number of Rooms: 21

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      About the Bahamas

      The heritage and culture in the Bahamas is a blend of African and European heritage, making a unique cultural experience. Because the Islands do not have much in natural resources besides beautiful beaches and clear waters, the main source of income for the country is tourism. Meaning, that when you go on your Bahamas honeymoon, you will be well taken care of!

      The Bahamas of course offers beautiful beaches sprawling over hundreds of islands, but also rich culture and plenty of outdoor activities. If you and your spouse are more outdoorsy, you will enjoy experiencing snorkeling through the coral reef, fishing off the coast of the busy beaches, hiking, kayaking around the islands and sailing through the crystal-clear, turquoise water. Explore everything that the Bahamas has to offer!

      Since the Bahamas has 700 islands, there is so much to see. With many being uninhabited, there is the most beautiful wildlife. Over the hundreds of islands, there are beautiful forests of Caribbean pine, Hardwood forests on others, and everywhere else the vegetation consists of mostly low trees and beachy shrubs. Animal life between most of the islands consists of forest frogs, lizards, and snakes. Though there are larger animals, there are mostly these non poisonous small ones inhabiting the forests. Holding the third largest coral reef in the world, the Bahamas is home to thousands of beautiful species of fish and other marine life including conch and crayfish.

      The Andros Barrier Reefย is the third largest reef in the world. The Andros Reef measures roughly 190 miles long. It runs parallel to the Bahamas Islands, ranging from a shallow 8 feet deep to the Tongue of the Ocean, a trench that begins at about 70 feet deep. There are over 160 species of fish and coral, making it a beautiful snorkel destination for you and your spouse on your Bahamas honeymoon. If snorkeling isnโ€™t your thing, there is amazing fishing. There are marlins, tunas, and snappers in the offshore waters near the reef.

      As we said, though culture in the Bahamas is a mixture of European and African influence, the only official language of the country is English. The population of the Bahamas is around 380,000 with people mostly located in the urban centers like Nassau and Freeport. These urban centers are devoted to tourism while other islands specialize in fishing and small-scale farming. To get around on the islands, there are road systems and to get between the islands you can take a small vessel called a mailboat to take you. If you are flying into the Bahamas, you will fly into an international airport in either Nassau, Freeport, or Exuma.

      When you plan your Bahamas honeymoon, you should keep in mind that while it is easy to travel between islands, it can be time consuming. To make the most of your Bahamas honeymoon, you should make sure you plan to stay in a central location, close to transportation if that is what you want to do during your stay. If you stay in Nassau, you are close to transportation as well as cultural destinations, and the beach! In Nassau you can find the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts which presents dramas, musicals and dance performances. Also in Nassau, you can visit the National Art Gallery which is located in a beautiful mansion overlooking Nassau Harbor.

      Best Time to Visit the Bahamas

      The weather in the Bahamas is generally great all year round. Whenever you and your spouse want to go, you should expect warm weather for your Bahamas honeymoon.

      The only time you have to be worried about is from June to November, which is hurricane season. Usually, this season is safe to visit but sometimes there are extreme hurricanes that cause extensive damage. Though, you should know of this before you leave for your Bahamas honeymoon.

      The high season of tourism at the Bahamas is between mid-December to mid-April, since it acts as a great warm-weather getaway. Though this is a great time to escape the cold of winter and head to warm, sunny, Bahamas beaches, it is also the most crowded. The low season is from August to November, since it is hurricane season.

      Though there is a risk that the weather may not be perfect, the best flight deals are often during the low season and resorts also offer great deals at this time. If you are looking for a great Bahamas honeymoon but on a budget, this may be the best time for you to go. Besides, with the islands being less crowded you may have the beaches all to yourself!

      Top Things to do in the Bahamas

      The Bahamas welcomes thousands of honeymooners every single year. The destination is so popular due to the colorful local culture and traditions, amazingly perfect beaches, adventure-centric activities, itโ€™s proximity to the Florida coast. The main destinations in the Bahamas for honeymooners are the New Providence Island, Paradise Island, and Grand Bahama. On these three islands you will find most of the mega-resorts, casinos, and busy cities.

      If you choose to stay on New Providence Island, then you will likely stay in Nassau. Offering beautiful, long stretches of white sand, turquoise water, and all the seclusion you want on your honeymoon, Nassau is one of the most romantic places for a honeymoon.

      Notable beaches that are a must-see on your Bahamas honeymoon include; the Cabbage Beach, the Orange Hill Beach, the Cable Beach, and of course, Love Beach. Aside from bumming it at the beach, Nassau offers countless other activities for your Bahamas honeymoon. The capital is full of colonial-charm and history.

      There are festivities and parades many times throughout the year, but the most notable is the New Yearโ€™s Festival called Junkanoo. It is a Mardi Gras style celebration that is completed with colorful costumes, dances and Bahamian music. Another must-see in Nassau is the duty-free shopping at the Nassau Straw Market. Here, you can get clothing authentically made by locals, shop at art galleries, and shop for souvenirs for those who could not experience your romantic honeymoon!

      If you choose to stay on Paradise Island, or choose to visit it, there are many things to do there as well! Of course, there are beautiful, sprawling white sand beaches with crystal clear water. If you want a break from the beach, you and your loved one can hit the famous Atlantis Casino. This place is spectacular, spread out over a lagoon of about 7 acres, this casino is an architectural masterpiece. If you are not into gambling, it is worth the visit just to see how spectacular the building is. If planning the wedding and spending so much time with your family took a toll on you, think about spending the day at a spa. Spending a romantic day at a spa on Paradise Island will be heaven for you and your spouse on your Bahamas honeymoon.

      Another popular destination island is Grand Bahama Island, home to Freeport, another major city of the country. In Freeport you can find more amazing restaurants, beautiful beaches and amazing activities. On Grand Bahama Island is The Garden of the Groves. The Garden of the Groves is a safe haven for birds and butterflies. It is a very romantic place to experience with your new spouse, allowing you to see some beautiful nature away from the beaches.

      Weather in the Bahamas

      The climate in the Bahamas is mild throughout the year, making it one of the main selling points of the destination. Unlike other tropical destinations, the Bahamas does not really have a super hot summer or really rainy season.

      The average temperatures are around 70F in the winter and low 80F in the summertimes. It barely gets below 60F or reaches 90F. The average rainfall is about 44 inches which occurs mostly during the summer months.

      Really the only thing you have to look out for on your Bahamas honeymoon, are hurricanes. Hurricane season in the Bahamas is from June to November and on occasion, have caused a lot of destruction and harm.

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