Preparing for a trip to Exuma in the Bahamas is exciting! It is a tropical place filled with crystal clear, blue waters with plenty of activities and places to relax. If you are traveling to the area for the first time, you may have some questions, such as: what is the area like? What should I be prepared for? Is there anything I should know before traveling? Be sure to take some time to learn how to pack for your trip, as well as travel tips. You should also check out area information and some of the latest Exuma news to familiarize yourself. Most of all, have fun!
How to Pack
When traveling to the Exumas, you will want to be prepared for the weather. When traveling in September and October, temperatures are usually in the 80s during the day and mid to low 70s at night. If you are planning a trip this fall for different times of the year, it is helpful to review Weather Spark’s average weather in George Town
, a city in the Exumas. Make sure you pack plenty of sunscreen and appropriate clothing for the various activities you would like to take part in, such as bonefishing, exploring, or relaxing. Typically, the weather is sunny but be sure to check prior to leaving to ensure you pack accordingly.
As you travel to the Exumas, you will most likely fly into Exuma International Airport. This airport has airlines serving Exuma
that include Air Canada from Toronto, Canada, American Eagle from Miami, Florida, Delta Airplanes from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Bahamas Air and Sky Bahamas from Nassau, Bahamas. From here, your next step will be to get to the island or area your hotel is located at. The area has a variety of options from plane services to boats that help get from island to island. The most important thing is to talk to your hotel to help you map out the logistics of this stage of your trip. This will make for a seamless effort getting to your hotel, and learning how to navigate around the area altogether.
The Exumas is a gorgeous place to travel and consists of 365 cays and islands that span across 35 miles. They are split into three regions: Great Exuma, Little Exuma and the Exuma Cays. Most of all, what you will love about your travels to any of the regions is the natural beauty. You can make your trip as jam-packed or care-free as you would like.
News and Latest
As you make your trip, it is helpful to catch up on news and latest events if you would like to take part. If traveling to the area in October 2017, you can take part in the Run for Pompey
in George Town. It will have a 10K, 22.5K, 42K, and even 50K during the area’s National Heroes Day
. Speaking of National Heroes Day, this event, which coincides with the Run for Pompey, is held on Monday, October 9, 2017. The event commemorates Bahamian national heroes and is a great way to experience local culture, hear from the Prime Minister, and much more. Activities actually run throughout the week, so there is much to do.
As you work to finalize plans on your trip to the Exumas, Bonefish Drex can help. From sightseeing tours and bonefishing, to boats and massages, we will help make your trip a memorable one. To get started on your trip, contact Bonefish Drex