CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Bahamas, The

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How much do things cost in Bahamas, The?
Rice (white) $2.91
Local cheese (1kg) $5.86
Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data) $42.50
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $15.00
Lettuce $1.80
1 Pair of Jeans $57.50
Mid range bottle of wine $13.50
One-way ticket (local transport) $1.25
Apples (1kg) $3.27
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $1.75
* All price are converted to USD

About Bahamas, The

The island country of Bahamas consists of 2,000 small beautiful landmasses. It’s surrounded by a clear and serene ocean teeming with rare sea life found nowhere else in the world, quite a good number of its beaches have been rated top class according to international standards. With the serene, turquoise waters and cool, powder sand this is no wonder why the beaches have been recognized as world-class by various tourism stakeholders. The most popular activity shorelines are Abacos and Treasure Cay Center. Bahamas is so beautiful that visitors need to see to believe. In fact, most photos of the island show just but a fraction of what this amazing destination has in store for travelers. You can nowadays get cheap flights to The Bahamas by using direct airlines from US.

The shores which surround this Island are extremely beautiful. They also provide fun-clubs where children can engage in various water activities, you would enjoy diverse spring break points within the coast lines that are cost-effective for all budget conscious vacationers. Guests can now enjoy cheap flights to The Bahamas by booking their tickets through authorized travel agents. The Abacos amusement park was recently voted amongst the best shores in the area, it’s the only one with tall sand dunes and a gorgeous view of the sea. Most of this nation’s beaches are border the Caribbean Sea, plus they vary in class from standard editions to deluxe ones suitable for those who are not afraid to spend more money.

Visitors would enjoy endless stretches of soft, golden sands that bedazzle the eyes. The shores also teem with palm coconut trees that can be seen swaying gracefully in breezy days, if you’re lucky enough to come when the edible nuts are ripe then good for you. The sand is quite mild and one doesn’t have to worry about their feet getting burnt when playing along the coasts, in fact children love playing games such as football, volleyball and many others. Some hotels in The Bahamas are available for online room reservations. For instance, blue beach resort is found along the coast and offers visitors an opportunity of enjoying first-class accommodation while on vacation.

Information about travelling to Bahamas, The

  • Ethnic groups of Bahamas, The
    black 90.6%
    white 4.7%
    black and white 2.1%
    other 1.9%
    unspecified 0.7%
  • Age structure of Bahamas, The
    0-14-years 23.2%
    15-24-years 17.4%
    25-54-years 44.1%
    55-64-years 7%
    65-years-and-over 6.7%
  • Independence of Bahamas, The
    10 July 1973

    National Holiday : Independence Day, 10 July
  • Languages of Bahamas, The
    English (official)
    Creole
  • Cellphone owners in Bahamas, The
    254,000 (176th)
  • The population of Bahamas, The
    297 852 (173rd)