Vacation in Style in the Bahamas

Surely, more than a few of your friends have just returned from — or are headed out to — Freeport, Grand Bahama. So, why are you taking a pass on the grandeur that a few days (or weeks) of Bahamian recreation affords? The clock’s been tic-tocking for months, but if you join your bolder friends now, you might still be able to snap up excellent Bahamas vacation rentals.

The Grand Bahama International Airport is waiting for your arrival, just like the area once waited for Christopher Columbus’ first “New World” arrival. But that was back in 1492, and this is 2011. Hardships and culture-clashes are not in order: extended periods of excitement and relaxation are. Once you’ve found a suitable arrangement for air travel, called a few Freeport, Bahamas hotels to ask about room availability (and pricing), made sure your camera is in working order, you should be more than ready to go. Naturally, don’t forget to pack!
At the first notice that your Bahamas vacation rental is secured, all you have to do is get yourself to your stateside airport and you’ll be on your way to enjoying amazing ocean waves, sandy beach tanning, and delicious food! You’ll also be very comfortably and lavishly received. After the United States and Canada, the Bahamas is the richest country in the Americas. When everyone else in America heading over there, why should you be the only one to miss out? It’s time to join your peers and get with it. Lovely hues of sea blues and gently rolling sand dunes are all set for the taking.

On the sand, arm yourself with a big umbrella to stake out your space. It’ll be more than joyful to know that so many will be joining you on the search for the rich experiences proffered by most Bahamas vacations. So make the phones calls you need to make and settle on your budget. Now is the time to be decisive and to go scuba diving, snorkeling, and sailing. The Caribbean’s lands and seas are open to you. Start your feasting of sea food and geographic beauty while participating in carnivals and a vibrant atmosphere of general merrymaking. If you don’t know how to swim when you get there, it’s very possible to come back home with a significant stroke.

Sam Walters is a writer living in Los Angeles. Her writing appears in print and online.

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