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The Bahamas are known for calm, turquoise waters and stunning sandy beaches. With over 2,000 breathtaking islands and cays, it’s a perfect holiday destination to kick back for a few days.
Haunting and beautiful underwater wrecks serve as a playground for scuba divers. Explore the skeleton of the Willaurie or the Sea Viking. You can also snorkel and dive among the remains of SS Sapona, a concrete steamer submerged near Bimini. The Hesperus (Grand Bahama Bank) and the Sugar Wreck (Grand Bahama Island) are so shallow they can be easily explored by snorkelers.
In the North Bimini you can discover the rusty remains of the Gallant Lady. The freighter sailed out of Belize City and was smashed up on shore during Hurricane Mitch in 1997. The shipwreck, destroyed by the waves, rests on the rocks in the southern shore of the island.
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Find out more about Bahamas in our short guide: Destination Fly4free: Bahamas
February – June 2023
Feb 18-25, Feb 18 – Mar 4, Feb 25 – Mar 4, Mar 4-11; Tuesday departures and return from Apr 20 to June 1, returning until June 15
Atlanta – Nassau – Atlanta
One personal item per passenger
Hotel $125 / Double
We encourage you to stay in Harbor Breeze Villas. This hotel features a private beach area and offers air conditioned rooms with a seating area and flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
If you plan to hire a car for your trip, we encourage you to book it on Kayak >>
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