Bahamas Travel GuideWhen to visit the Bahamas
Consisting of nearly 700 islands and islets, fewer than 30 of which are inhabited, the Bahamas remain a mysterious and exciting place to vacation. The climate stays fairly warm throughout the year and is interrupted only by occasional light and intermittent showers, especially during the summer rainy season. Breezes off the Atlantic Ocean help to keep the islands cool during the winter, making it the best time to visit.
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$43+ O/W JetBlue Winter/Spring Flights
JetBlue's everyday fare listing, its "Deals to Go," has discounted flights to various U.S., Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Carnival's Last-Minute Travel Deals From $289
Carnival Cruise Lines' website lists cruises with prices starting at $289, mostly for departures within the next few weeks.
Free Bahamas Sailings on Your Birthday
Discovery Cruise Line, a small Florida-based cruise company, offers round-trip sailings to Grand Bahama Island for free during your birthday month, from $50 per adult, and free for children 12 and under.
Disney Cruise Specials From $450
For three- and four-day Bahamian sailings this May and June, Disney is offering discounted rates. Adult prices start at $450.
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5 Places Where the World's Cutest Animals Have it All Figured Out
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