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All inclusive holidays in the Bahamas

Why go all inclusive in the Bahamas?

The Bahamas is a wonderful Caribbean destination to visit if you're looking for a mixture of relaxation, culture and activity, with plenty on offer throughout the country to suit all kinds of travellers.

Going on an all inclusive holiday in the Bahamas simply takes some of the stress; budgeting and planning out of the process, as you can rest assured everything you need for a fantastic trip will be guaranteed, fully paid upfront and on hand from the moment you arrive.

All inclusive deals typically ensure that your food, drink and use of any onsite facilities within the hotel grounds is paid for in advance, so you won't need to worry about spending too much more once you arrive - and also don't have to remember to take cash with you wherever you go in your resort.

Just imagine how relaxing it would be to lounge in the sun by the pool, sipping on an unlimited number of cocktails that you don't need to pay for - the ideal way to unwind on a getaway.

Top-quality facilities to look forward to

All of the hotels in the Bahamas have outstanding facilities, and one of the biggest bonuses of being on an all inclusive package is that you can make use of the majority of these without any extra charge. Many of the biggest and best hotels are located in Nassau and Paradise Island, which handily also gives you access to some of the Bahamas' top cultural sites.

Multiple swimming pools, tennis courts, access to private beaches, and the full use of water sports equipment like masks, snorkels and kayaks are just some of the things you can expect to find if you book a stay in one of the hotels in this area.

For a truly high-end getaway, consider the Atlantis, Paradise Island resort, which is home to the Caribbean's largest water-themed attraction - Aquaventure - as well as boasting a casino, nightclubs and duty free shopping outlets.

Active travellers are likely to be drawn to Superclubs Breezes Bahamas, where you can try water skiing, scuba diving, rock climbing and even have a go at circus acts like the flying trapeze - a truly memorable place for an active, entertaining holiday.

Total relaxation

As you won't have a thing to worry about, an all inclusive break in the Bahamas is naturally going to be a relaxing one, but you can make it even more chilled out and luxurious by choosing a peaceful resort - such as the Sandals Grande Emerald Bay in Grand Exuma.

This stunning oceanfront resort is the ultimate choice for a luxury holiday, as it provides all its guests with a butler service, not to mention some outstanding facilities. With seven top-quality restaurants onsite, you'll never be short of options when it comes to finding somewhere to eat a delicious meal, while the evening entertainment is varied and refined.

Another big draw for this resort is its 18-hole championship golf course, which was designed by Greg Norman. Teeing off here is an unforgettable experience and once you've finished your round, you can relax on the glorious white sand beach that runs the length of the resort.

Explore the Bahamas

When you're presented with such excellent facilities, it is understandable that you may simply want to spend all of your time at your chosen resort. It would be a real shame; however, not to see a bit more of what the Bahamas as a beautiful Caribbean country has to offer.

Hotels in the Bahamas regularly run excursions for their guests, though, so it will be easy for you to see more of the islands without having to do any organising yourself. Among your options are taking a boat trip to one of the offshore islands for incredible snorkelling, spending a day discovering the cultural attractions - like the National Art Gallery - in Nassau, or visiting one of the Bahamas' breathtaking national parks, such as the Lucayan National Park.

Travelling between the islands is easy if you join an organised tour, ensuring that you not only get to do a bit of exploring, but that your break is also a relaxing one throughout. There really is no better way to soak up the luxury and hospitality in the Bahamas than by going on an all inclusive holiday. All the extra cash you would have splashed on food and facilities you can put towards amazing excursions, unique experiences and heart-warming souvenirs.

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