The winter months don’t just bring us the holidays and all of the festivities that come with it. This holiday season, leave the cold behind and travel to the Bahamas!
Instead of snow and wearing your winter gear, imagine sipping on a cold drink on a beautiful white sand beach. Winter is the perfect time to let Island Air Charters take you to paradise. Here are 5 reasons to visit the Bahamas this holiday season:
Junkaroo in Nassau
From December 26th to January 1st, the most exciting days of the year are filled with the festivities of the Junkaroo festival. This is the annual celebration of the Bahamian spirit in the Island of Nassau. Parades begin in the very early mornings and the streets are filled with music and celebration. You’ll see lots of colorful costumes everywhere you look!
Bring your golfing game
Continue your passion for golfing at Nassau Paradise Island. There are two beautiful and challenging courses on this island. You can simply unwind on the course or sign up for lessons to improve your game.
Perfect weather – need we say more?
Even during the winter months, the climate in the Bahamas is delightful. Temperatures usually range in the 70-80s with sunny skies 300+ days of the year. Laying out on a beach never seemed so perfect. Sunlight has also been linked to immunity boosts and improved moods. Improve your overall health on any of the Islands with some relaxation and vitamin D.
Discover new and different experiences
The Bahamas is full of experiences for everyone. Instead of stressing out over hosting holiday parties this year, escape to one of the Islands. There are so many different restaurants, luxurious hotels and resorts, and plenty of outdoor and water activities. Snorkel the ruins of Atlanta, visit the new Baha Mar Resort, or enjoy a wine and cheese pairing at the Graycliff Restaurant – one of the world’s top dining establishments. The list is endless!
Christmas in the Bahamas
In the Bahamas, Christmas is synonymous with carnival. Carnival is the celebration of Christmas combined with celebrating the Bahamian spirit. You’ll experience feasting, singing, and even catch Christmas carolers in the evenings, the week before Christmas. Expect to see the parade and hear the sounds of cowbells, drums, and whistles too!