It’s not a secret for Bahamas’ vacationers to know that both Nassau and Freeport Bahamas is a popular location for college and high school spring breakers to visit. All of the Bahamas islands have played a part in years of fun in the sun for these students to let off some steam. Bahamas makes the perfect location for spring breakers to relax in for so many reasons, which includes being in the tropical atmosphere, lots of parties and beaches, and tons of things to do!
Nassau Bahamas has one of the best spring breaks in the world, and it’s easy to see why. With the addition of Atlantis Resort in Paradise Island, there is an endless amount of activities for the spring break visitors. From parties on the beach, nightclub drinking and dancing, gambling at the casinos, the oversaturated activities of the normal spring break can get underwhelming. Here at Bahamas Tour Center, there are offers of things to do in Nassau like a dolphin encounter, a sunset dinner cruise, and the most popular activity is to do a Bahamas snorkeling tour. It is also extremely rich in history, and there are plenty of places to see in Nassau that you may never have even known!
Freeport Bahamas is another spring break destination within the Bahamas that has exploded in recent years. Being such a short distance from West Palm Beach, Florida, it makes it easy for college kids to hop on a plane or boat and be in Grand Bahama Island in a matter of minutes. In Freeport, there are more things to do for the active and outdoorsy type of college kid. This includes a Lucayan National Park Kayak Tour, a bonfire on the beach, or a deserted island cruise and beach party. And there is an abundance of Freeport offshore fishing for those wanting to catch their own dinner.
Throughout the islands, there is a consistency of availability of snorkeling, parasailing, and Bahamas booze cruise tours. Because of the affordability and availability of so many things to do in the Bahamas, it makes for the perfect Spring Break vacation for anyone planning on visiting in between February 28 and April 10.