Home to powdery white cays, year-round good weather and the clearest, bluest water in the world, this archipelago of 700 islands is what you might call a little slice of paradise. But there’s a lot more to the Bahamas than millionaire-dollar views and diamond-studded millionaires. Dive a little deeper (or sail a little further) and you’ll discover virgin reefs, historic shipwrecks, pink sand beaches and mangroves flush with exotic birdlife, not to mention some of the most gregarious and welcoming locals you’ll ever meet.
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Our Bahamas trips score an average of 4.86 out of 5 based on 29 reviews in the last year.
Travel through Intrepid takes all the fear away from travelling alone that can sometimes be daunting.
Review submitted 31 Jul 2018
Bring a small backpack. The cabins are designed for sleeping only. Fill it with these essentials; Swimwear and more swimwear. Flip flops are all the footwear you need. Environmentally friendly sunscreen and soap. Drink lots of water, everyday. Enjoy the shaded places onboard. Help out when you can and get to know everyone. Underwater camera or gopro is a must. Remember to open your hatch when anchored to maximise airflow through your cabin. Close hatches before travelling and before the rain 😂 gets in. Enjoy the experience and be thoughtful of the people and animals you interact with. Take photos, scenery, individual and as a group. Remember cash is king on the islands and is needed for tips at the conclusion of the trip. There is no wifi, embrace this. If you feel sick find a windy, shady place and watch the world go by.
Review submitted 30 Jul 2018
Lie back on long white sands that attract nesting Loggerhead, Green and Hawksbill turtles
Meet the cay’s unique swimming pigs
Brightly painted cottages, flowering gardens and a candy-striped lighthouse sit along a magnificent barrier reef
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