Experience The Bahamas : All INCLUSIVE
10 Nights 11 Days
Fare starting from: £1950.00 per person
Unwind in style and sophistication at Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, Nassau Paradise Island's newest all-inclusive resort Adults Only 16 years+ ! Set along Nassau Harbour with picture-perfect views of Nassau and Paradise Island and within walking distance of The Bahamas' best beaches, shopping, and entertainment, Warwick delivers an all-inclusive experience that's enhanced with luxurious touches and personalized guest service. Guests at Warwick will be able to enjoy stylish accommodations, delectable dining, access to a gorgeous private harbour beach, and a host of activities and amenities – all the elements of the perfect getaway in Paradise – for one convenient all-inclusive package rate. Please contact the hotel directly regarding your reservation if Nassau and Paradise Island get placed under official hurricane watch by National Hurricane Center. Guests who are unable to arrive at the hotel due to a watch, a warning, or an associated flight cancellation must notify the hotel prior to scheduled arrival. Failure to notify the resort may result in the assessment of a cancellation penalty being applied. Late check-out is available at an additional cost. Please contact the resort directly for more information. Only registered guests are allowed in the guestrooms.
- 10 Nights Hotel in Nassau (04 Star) Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas (Adult Only)
- Board Basis : All Inclusive
- Return Flight from London to Nassau (American Airlines)
- Excursions on demand (On Discounted Fares)
- 23 KG Checkin Baggage per person
- Deposit option available pay minimum deposit upto £ 600.00 Per person and rest in installment.
- Fly Now Pay later option also available.
- ATOL protected for Flights and Accommodation (Including a Cruise), or. Flights and car Hire.
- Return Transfers (Shared or Private).
- Tours & Excursions
- Car Hire
- Travel Insurance
- Airline Seat Arrangement
- 15th January 2021 to 31ST March 2021 & 15th April to 31st May 2021
The Bahamas is an inescapably pricey destination but whether sailing around the Abacos’ history-filled Loyalist Cays, partying at Paradise Island’s Atlantis resort, swimming with wild pigs or lounging on Eleuthera’s pink-sand beaches, there’s likely a Bahamian island to match most every water- and sand-based compulsion, all framed by a backdrop of gorgeous, mesmerizing blue. The Bahamian locals are a laid-back lot and a night spent at a fish fry with a rum punch in hand is not to be missed.
The Bahamas, archipelago and country on the northwestern edge of the West Indies. Formerly a British colony, The Bahamas became an independent country within the Commonwealth in 1973.
The name Bahamas is of Lucayan Taino (Arawakan) derivation, although some historians believe it is from the Spanish bajamar, meaning “shallow water.” The islands occupy a position commanding the gateway to the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, and the entire Central American region. Their strategic location has given the history of The Bahamas a unique and often striking character. It was there that Christopher Columbus made his original landfall in the Americas. The subsequent fate of the peaceful original inhabitants remains one of the more tragic episodes in the development of the entire region, while the early attempts at European-dominated settlement were marked by intense national rivalries, interspersed with long periods of lawlessness and piracy. As a result, the society and culture that has evolved in The Bahamas is a distinctive blend of European and African heritages, the latter a legacy of the slave trade and the introduction of the plantation system using African slaves. The islands, lacking natural resources other than their agreeable climate and picturesque beaches, have become heavily dependent on the income generated by the extensive tourist facilities and the financial sector that have been developed, often as a result of the injection of foreign capital. The continued popularity of the islands with tourists, largely from North America, has helped to maintain a relatively high standard of living among the population, most of whom are of African descent. The capital, Nassau, is located on small but important New Providence Island.