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Private Jet Services in the Bahamas

Updated: Aug 18, 2022

Wide view of Atlantis and the ocean in the Bahamas.

The Bahamas, known officially as the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, just 180 Miles from one of the World's busiest tourist locations Miami FL, it sits on 33,000 acres of the gorgeous Lucayan Archipelago with over 700 islands, blue holes and fresh reservoirs. The limestone of the island has created magical underwater caves to snorkel or scuba dive.

With Breathtaking beaches, crystal clear waters, the serene landscape of Colonial History. The Bahamas has everything to offer for the perfect getaway.

If you're looking for relaxation, or family adventures be sure to visit Atlantis Paradise Island Resort located in Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas.

Atlantis is the perfect escape with the world's largest open-air marine habitat, 141-acre waterpark, and the Atlantis Casino you can be sure your family and loved ones will have the adventure of a lifetime.

If it’s the breathtaking beaches you are after while visiting The Bahamas, be sure to check out Cabbage Beach located on Paradise Island, This beach boasts 5 Miles of white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, this is one of the more beautiful and relaxing beaches on Paradise Island.

Want to swim with Pigs? If so, be sure to check out Big Major Cay, located on Exuma Island, (also known as Pig Island) where you can meet the charming and famous Swimming Pigs, this Island is uninhabited by humans and only populated with The Swimming Pigs. With daily visits from tourists and local Bahamians, the pigs are surely living the celebrity life on Big Major Cay.

Want to try some true Bahamian cuisine? It’s unique and spicy, with Fresh local ingredients from Fruit, seafood and spices and a huge part of the Bahamian culture. If you enjoy dining, here are a few places you might want to visit; On Da Beach, the Abacos; Sapodilla Restaurant, Nassau & Paradise Island; Max’s Conch Bar& grill, Long Island. Whatever the range of cuisine you are searching for, Bahamians will be sure to have your tastebuds screaming.

A row of cruise ships docked in the Bahamas.

Did you know? The Bahamas was once a British colony in 1648? The Bahamas remained under British colonial rule for 325 years, until it finally gained independence on July 10, 1973. It remains a Commonwealth nation to this day.

Be sure to check out the history when visiting the Pirates of Nassau Museum, Fort Montagu, the Queen's staircase or just by taking a stroll while visiting the local markets, boutiques, restaurants, and the Architectural Landmarks which can be seen in the heart of downtown Nassau, Bahamas.

Whether you’re looking for a family vacation or a place for lovers to relax and unwind, the Bahamas has everything to offer, with so much diversity. It’s culture and beautiful colonial architecture are truly a great escape and is the perfect vacation getaway.

The Bahamas Airport

Grand Bahama International Airport

Nassau International Airport

Lynden Pindling International Airport

North Eleuthera Airport

Leonard M Thompson International Airport

Exuma International Airport

Governor’s Harbour Airport

Local travel guide

  • Discovery Day Homecoming Festival

  • Pelican Point Coconut Festival

  • Goombay Summer Festival

  • Grand Bahama Regatta & Heritage Festival

  • Junkanoo Summer Festival

  • McLeans Town Conch Cracking Festival

  • 34th Annual Conchman Triathlon


  • British Colonial Hilton, Nassau

  • Kamalame Cay

  • The Ocean Club, A Four season Resort

  • Atlantis Paradise Island Resort

We invite you to explore all of our islands. One step and you’ll realize our beauty extends far beyond our extraordinary natural wonders. It’s the smiles on the faces of the Bahamian people. The unique sounds of our rich culture. The warm hospitality of our heritage and our colorful history.

A pig swimming in the ocean in the Bahamas.

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