Get Sporty With A Trip To The Bahamas

This post is for the sporting holiday seekers amongst you.

The Bahamas is a dream holiday destination for many different reasons. From crisp white beaches to clear blue sea, there’s plenty to appeal to many different people here.

Today we’re going to take a look at the sporting side of the Bahamas. Partly because of its location, this archipelago is an enormous water sports haven. And that’s not all it has to offer, either!

GOLF

The Bahamas has a lot to offer tourists from around the world.

Golf may not be something you associate with the Bahamas. It’s something well worth mentioning, though. The Bahamas offers some of the most breathtaking golf courses in the world. Golf enthusiasts flock from all over to use them. From the luxury Ocean Club Golf course to the Grand Isle Resort & Spa, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Some of the top minds in the golfing world created the courses here. Book your trip now and enjoy the golfing creations of some amazing names. You’ll also get to see some truly breathtaking views. The life of a golfer doesn’t get much better!

 

SCUBA DIVING AND SNORKELING

We couldn’t talk about the Bahamas without mentioning the scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities it holds. If you’re a keen snorkeller, you won’t want to miss out on the massive Andros Barrier Reef. This reef is sure to offer you some fantastic views. It boasts of over 164 different underwater species. It’s also well worth taking a trip to the Thunderball Grotto. This trip will take a boat ride. The cave is well worth seeing and offers some incredible snorkeling opportunities! While you’re exploring underwater, don’t forget to visit Bimini Road, also known as The Lost City of Atlantis. This underwater rock formation is a sight you won’t forget in a hurry.

FREEDIVING

The fun doesn’t stop there. The adrenaline seekers amongst you can find your place in the Bahamas too. A trip to Dean’s Blue Hole will lead you to one of the top free diving locations in the world. It’s the second deepest known salt water hole and plunges 202 meters. This is a spectacular place to see, let alone dive into. If freediving isn’t something you’ve tried before, why not try something new? With views as breathtaking as these, you won’t regret taking the plunge.

Of course, these aren’t the only sporting activities available. The Bahamas is a top location for all year round water sports. A trip here any time of year will lead you to a warm sea and a lot of fun. If none of the above appeals, you could enjoy a little exotic fishing. Or why not get to grips with sailing and take yourself around the various coastal locations? Even if you don’t enjoy the sporting side of things, the Bahamas is well worth a visit.

Why not take the family?

The kids can keep themselves amused with the water sports while you take a well-deserved relax on the beach!

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