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Traveling to the Bahamas involves several modes of transportation, depending on your starting location and preferences. Here are the common modes of transport to Nassau & Paradise Island:
Nassau Airport is served internationally by many airlines
Private and charter flights are a popular way to fly from Florida
Day trippers arrive by Cruise Ship on Caribbean itinerary stopovers
Marinas in Nassau cater for boaters arriving by ferry or private yacht
Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport is a hub for international travel into the Bahamas, and a hub for domestic travel within the Bahamas.
As the main gateway for Bahamas travel, Nassau Airport is well served with airlines flying routes to the US, Caribbean, Canada and UK.Learn More
Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport (IATA code: NAS) is served by various airlines from different parts of the world. Keep in mind that airline routes can change, so it’s recommended to check with airlines directly or use online flight search engines for the most current information.
Nassau Cruise Port, also known as Prince George Wharf, is the main cruise port in the Bahamas. It is one of the busiest cruise ports in the Caribbean and serves as a gateway for cruise passengers visiting Nassau and the surrounding islands.
The port is situated in the heart of Nassau, making it convenient for cruise passengers to explore the city’s attractions, shops, and cultural sites.Learn More
With over 700 islands to choose from in the Bahamas, not all vacations in Nassau have to begin or finish there. Some US airlines and local Bahamian airlines fly direct between Florida and the Out Islands.
You can find direct flights between the US and: Exuma, Grand Bahamas, Bimini, Abaco, Eleuthera, Andros and Chub Cay.
With over 700 islands to explore in the Bahamas, be sure to plan a day trip from Nassau to the islands.