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New York Highlights
New York is a must-visit destination on everyone’s list. A towering cityscape full of iconic buildings that is infused with beautiful green spaces and awash with people, history, colour and some of the best food you’ll ever eat. It’s difficult to overstate how magical ‘The City that Never Sleeps’ really is, but once you’re here, she’s yours to discover.
The City of Landmarks
New York City is home to striking and often revolutionary architecture in the form of glossy skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building, the Art Deco style of the Chrysler Building and the quirkiness of the Flatiron Building. Its famous landmarks also include contemporary museums, expansive parks and historic monuments, all waiting to be explored.
New York City is renowned worldwide for its iconic shopping opportunities, from the legendary elegance of Fifth Avenue and Macy’s - an 11-story department store in Herald Square - to the scores of retro clothing shops and bustling neighbourhood flea markets. So, in our opinion, you may need another suitcase!
There is a melting pot of different cultures, flavours and styles in New York, which is reflected in its ever-revolving cornucopia of restaurants, bars and cafés in all corners of the city. There are long-standing establishments serving up classic dishes within a familial, community atmosphere, as well as Michelin-starred fine dining spots and pop-up food stands - both packing a punch with equally delicious fare.
New York is abundant with once-in-a-lifetime experiences, whether it’s catching a Broadway show, taking flight in a helicopter ride over the Statue of Liberty or riding a horse and carriage through Central Park. Yet, excitement can be found even in the seemingly routine; hail down a famous yellow taxi, navigate the frenetic subway system or gaze through the shop window at Tiffany & Co. for a truly unforgettable experience.
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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NEW YORK & BAHAMAS HOLIDAY FAQS
NEW YORK & BAHAMAS HOLIDAY FAQS
NEW YORK & BAHAMAS HOLIDAY FAQS
For multi-centre holidays to New York and the Bahamas, timing is key, considering the distinct climates of each destination.
One of the best options is to plan your trip during the autumn months. New York has pleasant weather for exploring (without the searing summer heat or crowds of other seasons) with temperatures hovering between 15°C and 20°C, while the Bahamas is at the tail end of hurricane season - meaning the weather is improving day by day and usually sits around 25°C to 30°C.
Spring is another great option. In New York, it’ll be a little milder (between 10°C and 20°C ), but the springtime blooms will bring new life to the city. Meanwhile, The Bahamas maintains a warm climate with temperatures between 25°C and 29°C, though bear in mind that there is a slightly higher chance of rainfall.
If you’re looking for guaranteed warmth and sunshine in The Bahamas (we don’t blame you), winter is a good pick, stretching from December to March. This is the isle’s dry season, so it’ll be busier, but there will be plenty of sunshine.
Consider the shoulder seasons too, like late November and late April, for a balanced combination of decent weather and cost-effectiveness. During these times, you can expect fewer crowds and the possibility of bagging better deals!
The time difference between New York and the UK is typically 5 hours, and The Bahamas is also 5 hours behind the UK. Just be aware that during the period when the UK observes Daylight Saving Time, the time difference can be reduced by 1 hour.
There is no time difference between New York and the Bahamas, so you needn’t worry about jet lag when transitioning from city to coast.
New York and Bahamas multi-centre holidays will usually depart from major UK airports like London Heathrow Airport (LHR) or London Gatwick Airport (LGW). Once you arrive in the US, you’ll land at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York. When it's time to venture to the Bahamas, Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in Nassau or Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO) in Freeport are the best options, depending on your specific destination within the Bahamas.
Planning ahead is key, so you’ll have the option to book well in advance and start organising your trip up to 36 months before your preferred departure date. To ensure your travel arrangements are set and to guarantee the current price, you can kick things off by placing an initial deposit, and then divide the remaining expenses into convenient and manageable instalments.
The best way to travel between New York and the Bahamas is by air. When planning multi-centre holidays, you can book a direct flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York to Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) in Nassau, or alternatively to Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO) in Freeport. This direct route is pretty easy, and typically takes around 3 to 4 hours.
You’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of places to stay on New York multi-centre holidays - there’s a diverse array of accommodations and areas to choose from.
If you're seeking a quintessential New York experience, consider staying in the heart of Manhattan, near Times Square. This bustling area is great for those who love to be in the thick of it and soak up the vibrant energy of the city, with its bright lights and endless entertainment options.
For something a little fancier, the Upper East Side or Upper West Side is a more indulgent choice that does come with a higher price tag. These neighbourhoods have lashings of elegant hotels, as well as easy access to renowned cultural institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History.
If you're an art enthusiast or a hipster at heart, Brooklyn might be just the place. With its trendy vibes, artisanal shops, and an abundance of street art, it's loved by those who are looking for a more bohemian experience vs. the usual tourist spots.
For a blend of luxury and gorgeous views, hotels near Central Park can be fabulous. With easy access to the tranquility of the park as well as the upscale shopping on Fifth Avenue, this area is great for travellers who appreciate both getting outside into nature and hitting the shops, too.
For Bahamas multi-centre holidays, there are a range of options to suit different preferences and budgets.
If you’re after something bustling and lively, Nassau can be a good choice. It’s the country’s capital city and so it has a blend of luxurious resorts, pumping nightlife, and cultural and historical attractions. If your idea of The Bahamas is a more serene and secluded experience, the bustling energy of Nassau might not be quite what you’re looking for.
If you're after something more laid-back, the Out Islands, such as the Exumas or the Abacos, are ideal. These areas have gorgeously picturesque landscapes, epic beaches, and a more secluded setting, making them great for tourists craving peace and relaxation.
For a luxurious experience, Paradise Island is known for its fancy resorts. With stunning beaches and top-notch facilities, it generally caters to travellers seeking a lavish and indulgent retreat.
One of the most popular day trips is heading over to the Exuma Cays. The famous Pig Beach, where you can swim with adorable pigs, and the Thunderball Grotto, a stunning underwater cave system, make this trip a paradise for water enthusiasts.
If you’re feeling adventurous, try a trip to the Lucayan National Park on Grand Bahama Island. This park has a fascinating, intricate cave system - including one of the longest underwater limestone cave systems in the world - along with beautiful beaches to match. The diversity of the natural landscape makes it a great choice for those seeking a day of outdoor fun.
Perhaps you want to discover more about Bahamian culture and history? If so, you may want to check out the charming town of Dunmore in Harbour Island. It boasts a quaint atmosphere, pastel-coloured buildings, and a rich history, making it a fantastic choice for those interested in cultural exploration. For a day of relaxation and beachside bliss, a trip to Pink Sands Beach on Harbour Island is a tourist favourite. This 3-mile-long stretch of pink-hued sand is set by crystal-clear turquoise waters that wouldn’t look out of place on a postcard. If you’re looking for a tranquil and picturesque setting to unwind in, this is it.
Finally, lovers of adventure are sure to enjoy a trip to the Andros Island's Blue Holes National Park. The park is renowned for its intricate network of underwater caves, or ‘blue holes’, where you’ll have plenty of opportunities for cave diving and snorkelling. The diverse marine life and the chance to explore these unique geological formations make it a paradise for those looking for a thrilling natural experience.