When the sun goes down, you’ll be soaking up the local culture, with lively nights out and delicious eateries to choose from. A Miami and Bahamas twin-centre holiday has everything you’re searching for, and more.
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Miami, a city of vibrant contrasts, is a true melting pot. From the sun-kissed shores that stretch for miles along the Atlantic Ocean to the pumping nightlife that transforms the city into a hedonist’s paradise after dark, Miami has something for everybody. Dive into the turquoise depths of its beaches, where golden sands meet the gentle waves, and discover an abundance of marine life beneath the shimmering waters. Discover more about the cultural diversity that defines the city, from the lively streets of Little Havana to the upscale boutiques of its world-renowned shopping districts. Miami is a fascinating fusion of tranquillity and excitement, and makes for an exhilarating journey that leaves its mark.
Miami's beaches are world famous, and are known for their white sands and lively atmosphere. Set along the Atlantic, the beaches are a picturesque backdrop where turquoise waters meet photogenic powdery shores. South Beach, with its iconic pastel lifeguard stands and Art Deco charm, is a great spot for people-watching, and enjoying the lively atmosphere along the shoreline. It’s a thriving spot where you’ll find a mix of sunbathers, water sports enthusiasts, and beach volleyball players. From the vibrant energy of Miami Beach to the serene beauty of Key Biscayne, the beaches are an integral part of Miami's charm.
Miami thrives as a melting pot of cultures, and it’s a city where diversity isn't just celebrated – it's embraced, in every aspect of life. Latin American, Caribbean, and international influences come together to create a dynamic urban landscape. In neighbourhoods like Little Havana, the air is alive with the pulse of Cuban music and traditions, and the culinary scene mirrors this diverse blend. Miami's multicultural essence can be felt all over the city, from the energetic festivals of Calle Ocho to the cosmopolitan neighbourhoods like Coral Gables.
Miami's nightlife pulsates with an electric energy, bringing the city to life after sunset. From the neon-lit streets of South Beach to the chic lounges of Brickell, Miami has a fantastic array of hotspots for your nocturnal adventures. Renowned for its world-class clubs, the city is a mecca for those looking for pumping beats and dancefloors that go into the early morning hours. Rooftop bars with panoramic views, Latin-inspired salsa clubs, and trendy beachfront venues make the city’s nightlife scene plentiful and multifaceted. Whether it's a glamorous night out in a sleek club or a laid-back evening by the ocean, this city was made for a great night out.
Miami is a shopaholic’s paradise! From the upscale boutiques of Bal Harbour Shops to the trendy stores in the Design District, the city is a fashion-forward haven that has something to cater for just about everybody. Luxury lovers will love the high-end brand stores that adorn the palm-lined streets of Brickell City Centre, while the iconic Lincoln Road Mall in South Beach is a lovely outdoor shopping experience. Miami's eclectic fusion of high-end fashion, funky streetwear, and international brands creates a shopping experience that mirrors the city's dynamic and cosmopolitan vibe, making it a must-visit destination for shoppers.
The Bahamas are known for their picture-perfect beauty and impressive diversity, with an extraordinary tapestry of natural marvels waiting to be explored. From ethereal beaches to kaleidoscopic marine life, plunge into turquoise depths, discover coral reefs, and dance the night away as you immerse yourself in the vibrant rhythm of Bahamian culture. It’s an exhilarating fusion of relaxation and adventure that has something for everybody.
Picture-perfect beaches, with the backdrop of the stunning turquoise of the Atlantic, define the archipelago. The Bahamas are world-renowned for their powdery white sand beaches and hidden coves, and it’s hard not to be seriously impressed by its stunning stretches of coastline.
Diverse Marine Life
The Bahamas are renowned for diverse marine life, and so are a fantastic choice for those who want to try their hand at some snorkelling and diving. From vibrant coral gardens to the mesmerising blue holes, tropical fish, rays, and sharks, the archipelago has some incredible aquatic experiences.
Beyond the famous beaches lies a whole other realm of natural beauty. Explore lush landscapes, hidden blue holes, and the striking contrast of deep blue waters against extraordinary coral reefs. With diverse ecosystems and lush vegetation, it’s a nature-lover’s paradise.
Get into the Bahamian spirit when you dive into the Bahamas' lively culture - a spirited fusion of music, dance, and vibrant Bahamian flavours. From rhythmic Junkanoo parades to delicious conch delicacies, you can feel the warmth of the Bahamian people and culture, where every interaction stands as a celebration of the islands' rich cultural tapestry.
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Miami & Bahamas FAQs
Miami & Bahamas FAQs
Miami & Bahamas FAQs
With year-round warm weather, it’s never a truly bad time to plan your Miami and Bahamas multi-centre holiday, but to avoid the hurricane season and the high season crowds, we recommend November or late-April. Spring break visitors will have thinned dramatically by the end of April in both Miami and the Bahamas, with the latter also enjoying the start of the outdoor fish fry season at this time. April temperatures in Miami hover around 26°C, while in the Bahamas it is similar at around 25°C.
November, meanwhile, also sees temperatures around 26°C in Miami and highs of 28°C in the Bahamas, dropping to just 22°C on rare cool days.
Both Miami and the Bahamas are generally 5 hours behind the UK, each observing Eastern Standard Time (EST).
However, if you’re travelling in March or November, look out for when their time zones change to Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), as US clocks go forward or backward an hour on different Sundays than in the UK.
Fly into Miami International Airport (MIA), with direct flights from both London Heathrow (LHR) and London Gatwick (LGW), as well as one-stop flights from Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, and Bristol.
For the Bahamas, fly into Lynden Pindling International Airport (formerly Nassau International Airport – NAS), with a direct flight from LHR; with a 9-hour flight time and that 5-hour time difference, you can take off in the morning and be on the beach by the afternoon.
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Unless you’re visiting in the rainy seasons of June to November, you can’t go wrong with packing t-shirts, shorts, and light summer dresses for your visit to both Miami and the Bahamas. If you’re visiting in the winter months, though, you’ll want to bring a light jacket or jumper for the cooler nights, when temperatures can drop to 17°C in Miami and 18°C.
Of course, if you are visiting during the rainy season, don’t forget those waterproofs! Miami typically receives around 70% of its average annual rainfall in these months, and the Bahamas sees nearly 9 inches of rain in June alone.
Miami is as known for its beaches as it is for its culture and vibrant nightlife, with over 15 incredible beach spots to explore during your visit. We recommend planning your first beach day at possibly its most famous: South Beach. The impressive shoreline is not to be missed, with an incredible backdrop of Art Deco architecture and swaying palms.
Other fantastic Miami beaches include Crandon Park Beach on Key Biscayne, where miles of stunning shoreline boasts not only a wonderful spot to relax, but also fun park activities to delight and entertain, including volleyball, tennis, and biking. Families, meanwhile, will adore Virginia Key Beach Park with its land train and antique carousel, which the little ones will love.
Watersports fanatics should head to Hobie Beach, known as Windsurfer Beach thanks to its prime windsurfing opportunities; find it near Key Biscayne and Downtown Miami.
Can’t decide which beaches to visit during your short stay? Why not visit only Miami? You can view all our Miami multi-centre holidays here.
Bahamas’ beaches are an undeniable part of what makes the islands so popular, with an abundance to choose from during your visit. We’ve rounded up a few of our favourites for you to discover during your visit.
First, head to the Exuma Cays – 365 islands boasting spectacular sandbars, our favourite of which being Pipe Creek. This spacious patch of soft sand offers an authentically Bahamian beach experience, although be sure to get your timings right, as the beach disappears when the tide rises. Exuma’s Tropic of Cancer beach is also worth a visit; the longest beach in the Exuma chain, its superb blue waters and calm surroundings make it an idyllic and unforgettable setting.
The Bahamas’ famous Pink Sand Beach is also not to be missed, which gets its name from the pink hue of its three-mile stretch of soft sands. Pink Sand Beach is the perfect setting for rest and relaxation.
We also recommend Great Guana Cay in Abaco, with its miles of white sand and turquoise waters great for running, snorkelling, and collecting seashells. While you’re here, head to the famous Nipper’s Beach Bar that overlooks the beach, which is popular with locals and visitors alike.
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Crowned as one of the islands’ best-loved attractions, enjoy a little pig-cuddling therapy on what’s known as Pig Island at Exuma (officially, though, the beach is Big Major Cay). What started as just 5 baby piglets in the 1990s are now over 20 squealing pigs and one of the reasons millions flock to the Bahamas each year.
While the swimming pigs are feral, they are incredibly friendly, and will let you swim up to them. You can pet and gently touch the pigs, but please keep in mind they are wild animals, and the island is their home (in fact, the island has no full-time human inhabitants).
Both Miami and the Bahamas enjoy seafood-heavy cuisines, thanks largely to their stunning settings on the oceanfront. In Miami, savour fresh ceviche, stone crab, and fried snapper, as well as cuisine heavily inspired by Cuban heritage; no visit to the Magic City is complete without sampling a Cuban sandwich, made with ham, roasted pork, swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard on Cuban bread.
Conch salad (pronounced conk) is a staple of the Bahamian diet, made with fresh, diced conch and an array of diced fruit and vegetables. In fact, conch is used in a range of popular Bahamas dishes, including Cracked Conch (battered and deep fried), Conch Fritters, and Conch Stew. And when it comes to side dishes, make sure to try pigeon peas and rice – a true Bahamian classic, commonly made from pork, pigeon peas, celery, rice, tomatoes, and thyme. Delicious!
Bahamians have a very distinct way of speaking, with a creole dialect that can be difficult for foreigners to understand. But don’t fret; English is widely spoken in the Bahamas, so it’s unlikely you’ll have any major communication issues.
If you want to learn a little of the local dialect before you visit though, here are a few words and phrases you may hear during your visit:
“Switcha” – a refreshing local lemonade, usually made with limes.
“What da wybe is?” – a greeting meaning “what’s up?”
“Bey” – used to refer to a person, male or female.