It’s always a good time to visit The Bahamas, but the good times are even better when it’s frosty and cold in the north. There’s no shortage of sun and fun things to do in these beautiful islands—read on for inspiration to get your clients warmed up and enjoying themselves.
If you’re based out of the Fort Lauderdale area, your clients can now fly straight to The Bahamas’ newest international airport, Great Harbour Cay Airport on The Berry Islands. You can book them on Aztec Airways, Tropic Ocean Airways and Makers Air. If your clients are in the Miami area, tell them about the 13-day pop-up collab between Hidden Worlds and The Bahamas—this immersive combo of art, entertainment and conservation efforts paired with Bahamian food will have them clamoring for a Caribbean vacation in no time, plus the proceeds go to non-profit Beneath the Waves. The event is open from Feb. 15 through March 4.
By spring, your New York clients will be able to fly nonstop out of the frigid city cold and onto a warm, sandy beach on new daily flights on JetBlue from LaGuardia Airpot (LGA) to Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
Promos and Offers in The Bahamas
There are plenty of deals to help you create the perfect package at the right price this winter. Tour operator Vacation Express has a three-night package from Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU). to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island (FPO) this month that includes round-trip airfare and accommodations at the all-inclusive Lighthouse Pointe at Grand Lucayan. If you pre-book your clients on a 4-night stay or longer in a participating Out Islands property now through Jan. 31 for travel through August 31, 2023, they will receive a $250 air credit. And Atlantis Paradise Island is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a 25 percent discount for 5+ nights stays at The Coral, The Royal, and The Reef. You’ll need to book them now through Jan. 25 for travel through Dec. 15, 2023. Check out the website for additional offers.
For more information, visit bahamas.com.