With the colder weather quickly approaching, I can’t help but dream about a nice relaxing vacation in a beautiful hot location. Do you find yourself dreaming about that too?
When planning a vacation, I look for a location that isn’t too far away. Why? Simply because I want to start enjoying my vacation as soon as possible. That’s why travelling to The Bahamas really appeals to me.
The Bahamas is only a short flight away from Canada and there are non-stop flights available to Nassau, Grand Bahama Island and Exuma from many Canadian cities. Plus, if you want to visit other Bahamian Islands, you can easily with same-day connections from Nassau. Talk about easy and convenient travelling!
One of the Bahamian Islands I’d love to visit is Cat Island. It looks like such a beautiful, peaceful island. Cat Island is untainted and unspoiled, which means you can enjoy untouched landscape and enjoy the island’s natural beauty.
Just thinking about visiting Cat Island, has inspired me to create a little bucket list.
My Bahama Island Bucket List – Cat Island
- Strolling on the beaches
I’d love to stroll on as many untouched beaches as possible. Feeling the pink and white sand between my toes. Calming.
Crystal clear waters, unspoilt reefs, and amazing marine life makes for a fabulous snorkelling adventure. Beauty.
- Rake and Scrape Music
Enjoying the musical sounds created from recycled objects. Soulful.
- Mount Alvernia
Standing on the highest hill in The Bahamas enjoying the panoramic view of the island. Peaceful.
- Massage on the beach
I’ve been dreaming about this forever. A relaxing massage while hearing waves and smelling the refreshing ocean air. Heaven.
- Dinner on the beach
Just the thought of enjoying a fabulous seafood dinner on the beach while watching the sunset, brings joy to me. Magic.
What would you put on your Bahamian Island Bucket List?
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Have a BEAUTIFUL day!
Disclaimer: Although this post has been generously sponsored by The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, the opinions and language are my own.