Price includes return direct flights, private transfers, 7 nights room only stay in 4-star Grand Hyatt Baha Mar in a Double Queen Room with a fountain view, ATOL protection, and a FREE £275 donation to the charity of your choice!
Every time you book a holiday with Charitable Travel you can donate 5% of the price to your choice of charity at no extra cost to you!
Delight in every moment of your stay, from pristine waters to authentic Bahamian service. This kid-friendly beachfront resort provides eight pools, water sports like snorkelling and kayaking, a unique wildlife sanctuary and a kids club. Adults can escape to stunning golf and tennis facilities, a poolside retreat or indulge in high-end shopping and the glamour of the largest casino in the Bahamas.
Whether you speed down the waterslides or float the lazy river, the whole family can experience Baha Bay Waterpark, set on 15 lush beachfront acres and offering an array of spectacular experiences and tantalizing cuisine, with exclusive and unlimited access for all guests. Create once-in-a-lifetime memories at this luxury resort in Nassau, Bahamas.
Nestled within a group of islands poised between the Atlantic and Caribbean—and only a few hundred miles from the United States’ southern coast of Florida—Nassau Paradise Island in The Bahamas has sheltered everyone from pirates and freed slaves to blockade runners, rum smugglers and runaway lovers over the centuries. And although times are peaceful now, we still cherish a tradition of people making their own rules under sunny skies. Find out more here.
Arrive into Nassau on a direct non-stop flight from London Heathrow with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic (there are daily flights from London).
Get your bearings in Nassau with a short local bus ride to the Nassau Botanical Gardens and Fort Charlotte, to learn about Nassau’s maritime history, before heading across the road for a lazy local lunch at the Arawak Cay fish fry. A spot of local shopping in the Straw Market and exploring the narrow alleys between Bay Street and the waterfront will complete the day.
Head back into downtown Nassau and take a culinary walking tour of Nassau. You’ll need a snooze at your hotel after this! Dine at a locally owned restaurant, such as Bimini Road or Anthony’s Seafood & Ribs, both on Paradise Island.
Get an early start for the fast ferry to Harbour Island, once the capital of The Bahamas, where you’ll experience the genuinely pink coral sands the island is famous for. Or for larger family groups charter your own boat for a half or full day visiting the islands and cays that make up the islands of The Bahamas.
Today can be spent under the water, on a diving or snorkelling trip with a local responsible operator to discover the Andros Barrier Reef, the world’s third largest barrier reef.
The Current: Baha Mar Gallery and Art Centre could easily fill your morning as you enjoy the latest exhibitions of local art and craft, where you’ll also find high-quality souvenirs and gifts. Alternatively book in to Bahama Barrels at Graycliff and become a winemaker for a day. For a last local dinner, head to Café Johnny Canoe on Cable Beach.
Surely you deserve a rest by now!? Relax on the beach or book into one of Nassau’s many luxury spas before your late evening flight home to London.
Price is correct as of 21/07/2023
Get in touch with one of our expert travel agents who can help you plan your dream escape!