Bahamas is an attractive country in North America, with a lot of places to visit.
The country is full of charming places and natural areas to go to. The most popular city is Nassau with all its historical parts.
Other cities, which are good to explore are Freeport, West End.
During your travels around Bahamas, you can try Nassau royale, Conch Chowder, Fire Engine, Johnny cake, rock lobster and many other local specialities.
Bahamas has more than two international airports where you can land from any location. And the biggest ones you can arrive at are Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), Exuma International Airport (GGT), Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO), Leonard M Thompson International Airport (MHH), North Eleuthera Airport (ELH), Governor's Harbour Airport (GHB), San Salvador Airport (ZSA), Treasure Cay Airport (TCB), South Bimini Airport (BIM), Arthur's Town Airport (ATC), Deadman's Cay Airport (LGI), Stella Maris Airport (SML), Spring Point Airport (AXP), Colonel Hill Airport (CRI), Inagua Airport (IGA), Mayaguana Airport (MYG).
Bahamas doesn’t use Euro or US dollar, we recommend you to exchange cash before your trip for the best rates. Although credit and debit cards are also universally accepted throughout the country, carrying cash is still recommended.
Nowadays, almost 0.4 million residents live in Bahamas.
The only official language in Bahamas is English. Whilst the majority of residents speak English, it is not uncommon to hear locals talking in Bahamianese, Creole – these are the languages most spoken in Bahamas.
Bahamas has a tropical savannah climate. When packing for your journey to Bahamas, check if you have all the essentials such as your passport, flight tickets, a camera to save memories from your journey, chargers or power banks.