What’s dreamier than a spontaneous, romance-filled trip for Valentine’s Day? A spontaneous, romance-filled trip to the BAHAMAS for Valentine’s Day! From luxury spas and pink sandy beaches to swimming with sharks and delectable cuisine, the Bahamas has something for every couple. If you’re interested in taking your significant other on the trip of a lifetime—not to mention giving them a fantastic gift they’ll never forget—you’ll want to read on! For more information and more things to do in the Bahamas, click here.
If you’re looking to indulge your taste buds this Valentine’s Day, we’ve got the restaurant for you. The Great House, located in the private island resort, Kamalame Cay, offers one of the finest dining programs in the Bahamas. Not only will you be surrounded by the natural beauty of this place, but the specials also change daily to highlight the locally sourced seafood. For more information about all the food the Bahamas has to offer, check out bahamas.com.
Take a much-needed break and let yourself be pampered at The Island House in Nassau. The Bamford Spa, renowned for its holistic approach, offers everything from massage therapy and cupping to mani-pedis and facials. Their signature treatment features a cleansing footbath followed by Shiatsu, Meridian and Swedish massages to awaken the muscles and energy channels of the body. Give your body some love this Valentine’s Day and book now!
Our Guide to Valentine’s Day in the Bahamas wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Love Beach! Twenty minutes away from downtown Nassau, this slice of paradise is close to 40 stunning acres of protected coral, making it perfect for snorkeling.
What’s better than receiving chocolates for Valentine’s Day? Making your own custom chocolate! At Graycliff Chocolatier in Nassau, guests create their own chocolate bar while being taught by a master chocolatier. If you’re looking for extra luxury, couples can also choose the ‘Chocolate & Spirits Pairing,’ where a variety of fine chocolates are paired with premium spirits such as rum, whiskey, port, and more.
If you’ve ever searched for the Bahamas on Instagram, you have probably come across Compass Cay’s Shark Tours. Compass Cay (in the Exuma district) is home to the Nurse Sharks, slow-moving bottom-dwellers that can be up to 14 feet in length! A once-in-a-lifetime experience, this is a must for any couple looking for adventure.
Photography by Purple Tree Photography.
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