Who doesn’t want to take a cruise to the Bahamas? They are beautiful, relaxing, and often very affordable! Pretty much every cruise line runs many Bahamas itineraries, and the sheer number of options out there ensures that there are some great deals. If you are new to cruising, you definitely can do no wrong by booking a low-priced Bahamas cruise. Here are three itineraries that you can book now that take you to paradise without hurting your wallet.
2-Night Bahamas Cruise from Royal Caribbean, $232
If you’re looking for a quick getaway that will let you spend some time in the warm sun by the ocean, this is the itinerary for you. It leaves from Miami on Royal’s Freedom of the Seas, and you head straight to Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. While the price is pretty great, you should note that you won’t be able to spend as much time enjoying the beach on this itinerary compared to others. You’ll be at Nassau from 7 AM to 5 PM on your second day, and you will head back to Miami after that. You will, of course, be able to enjoy ocean views and Royal Caribbean’s amazing amenities to and from the Bahamas, so it’s not like the rest of the trip will be boring. You can read more (and book) over here.
4-Day Bahamas Private Island Getaway from Princess Cruises, $349
If you’re looking for something a bit lengthier than the previous itinerary, check this one out. From Princess, this is a 4-day trip to Princess Cays, a private island owned by the cruise line. You start off in Fort Lauderdale, spend a day at sea, and then arrive for a full day of fun at the island. While $349 isn’t the cheapest option around, this itinerary gets cheaper if you book with a group. Guests 3 and 4 get their cabins for only $249. You can check it out on Princess’ website.
Bahamas: Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau from Norwegian Cruise Line, $440
Here’s one for the traveler that really wants to get a more comprehensive view of the Bahamas on their short trip. This 4-day cruise on the Norwegian Gem begins from Miami and then takes you to Grand Bahama Island, Great Stirrup Cay, and Nassau. $440 is more expensive than the other options we’ve looked at so far, but Norwegian is known for having very high quality cruises, so you’ll definitely get what you pay for. It was also originally $629. You can’t argue with those savings. Scope out all the details here.
Are you ready for your Bahamas cruise? We know that we are. Actually, we should go and book one now before they sell out….