Nassau bahamas spring break trip
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Approximate flying times to the Bahamas from:
Atlanta – 2:05
Boston – 3:20
Cincinnati – 2:40
Detroit – 3:30
Miami – :55
New York – 3:05
Philadelphia – 2:45

General Info
Basic Party Package
VIP Party Package
Meal Plans
Side Trips
Travel Insurance
Travel Info

U.S. Citizens entering Bahamas:
• Valid Passport only. Get one here:

Travelers to Bahamas who are under 18 need a signed parental release.
NON-US CITIZENS: You must obtain proper travel documentation from the consulate of your nationality.

Exchanging Money
The official currency of the Bahamas is the Bahamian dollar, which is equivalent in value to the US dollar. US currency, including traveler’s checks, is accepted throughout the islands by shops, hotels, restaurants and nightclubs. Most shops and restaurants accept all major credit cards. You may want to notify your credit card company in advance to be sure you are set up to access your card outside of the country. ATM machines can be found in the casinos and at major banks in Nassau. Most bank cards with Cirrus or Visa/MasterCard status can be used; check with your bank before you leave to be sure. Banks are open Monday through Thursday 9:30am to 3pm, and Friday from 9:30am to 5pm.

Most taxis are large vans that can accommodate up to 12 people. The drivers typically do not use the meters so it is a good idea to negotiate the price of the trip before getting in. A full taxi costs an average of $2 to$4 per person, one-way. When returning to Paradise Island from Nassau, there is a $2 bridge toll which passengers are responsible for paying. The local bus operates from 7am to 7pm and cost about $1 one-way. During the day, it is the cheapest and easiest way to get around the island.

Many places automatically add a 15% gratuity to all food and beverage charges; check your receipt. If you have been treated particularly well, your server will certainly appreciate something extra.

Dress Code
Casual spring and summer weight clothing is the dress of the day, and night too, unless you decide otherwise. There are no restrictions other than a cover-up for swimwear when leaving the beach or pool areas.
nassau bahamas spring break trip