Lately is seems like many of us constantly make excuses as to why we should not book that next vacation. You might feel that a trip to paradise would be too expensive, or you lack the time to experience some rest and relaxation. Fortunately, the Miami travel & tourism industry has an answer for us. A one day voyage departing from the port of Miami to the beautiful Bahama Islands make it hard to find any excuse not to go.
News flash: It is 2018 and the United States has dropped to the 14th spot on the “happiest countries in the world” list, and baggage prices along with airline cancellation fees have risen. Maybe there is a correlation between both facts, maybe not, but one thing is true- if you decide to travel by air to the Bahamas be prepared to pay big bucks and be held at the mercy of airline companies seeking to squeeze every dollar from its travelers. Fewer airlines means less competition, which means less deals for the average customer. This is one reason why many travelers and tourist overlook visiting the Bahamas. If you are interested in visiting consider a cruise over an airline and you will be surprised how much money you save on the fair! Currently the average airfare for general flights is $238 in North America. For far less than half that price you can escape to the Bahamas and experience some of the most beautiful beaches all while not having to use up many of those precious vacation days.
No passport? No problem. Three out of every five Americans do not have an active passport. If you fall into the statistic of an American with no passport, I have great news! Traveling to the Bahamas on a cruise requires no passport!
Winter depression? How does an average temperature all year long of 70 degrees sound? The Bahamas got it! On a typical summer day the average temperature hits the mid 80’s and winters rarely having days dipping below the 70’s.
Instead of spending $250 on that new pair of sunglasses, think about all that you can experience by treating yourself to a well-deserved vacation. Astonishing beaches on an island many call paradise is just a short boat ride away.