Five reasons to book a pre- or post-cruise stay at Nassau Paradise Island

Cruising is a great way to explore a region, visit multiple destinations in one trip and have lots of fun onboard between ports. Nassau is a cruise port, making it the perfect place for your clients to spend a few extra days before or after their trip.

Nassau's revitalized cruise port

The newly revitalized Nassau cruise port. (Photo credit: Bahamas Ministry of Tourism)

Nassau’s state-of-the-art cruise port is centrally located just steps from the shops, restaurants and attractions of downtown Nassau, and a quick hop across the bridge leads to beautiful Paradise Island.

If you’re booking a Caribbean cruise and encouraging your guests to plan a pre- or post-cruise stay at Nassau Paradise Island, here are five great reasons that might convince them!

There is plenty to see and do, just steps from the ship.

No long taxi rides necessary – Nassau Port is close to hotels, restaurants, shops and amenities. Your customers can stay and play in a central location without venturing out too far and save the longer trips to the ship! Within walking distance of Prince George Wharf, they can shopping on Bay Streetsample fresh seafood with a spectacular view or enjoy a stroll (and a cocktail) on the John Watling’s Rum Distillery. And don’t forget the fine white sand beaches – the perfect way to start or end any unforgettable vacation experience.

Experience authentic Bahamian culture.

Nassau is home to countless galleries, museums, and historic sites, and a pre- or post-cruise stay is the perfect way to immerse yourself in Bahamian culture. For a taste of true Bahamian cuisine, advise your traveler to try conch salad or fried dumplings at Fried fish on Arawak Cay gold McKenzie’s Shell Cabin.

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Fine dining is a hallmark of the Nassau Paradise Island experience. (Photo credit: Nassau Paradise Island)

Or give new meaning to the term “lunch and learn” with a Bahamas Food Tour, an engaging walking tour of downtown Nassau that combines interesting history lessons with delicious local snacks. Tea National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Parliament Square, Queen’s StaircaseIt is historic forts can also be explored on foot – see this walking tour of Nassau for suggested route.

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Your clients can stretch their legs in Nassau’s luxurious accommodations. (Photo credit: Nassau Paradise Island)

Relax in luxurious accommodation.

There are no cramped cabins here – your guests can stretch their legs and enjoy the comfort and amenities of a full-service hotel before or after their cruise. From historic boutique properties to sprawling beachfront resorts, Nassau Paradise Island has rooms for everyone.

Maybe your customers like to be pampered spa treatment at the hotel before the cruise to help them get into vacation mode, or they can start the trip with a visit to one of the largest and most exciting in the Bahamas casinos. And you can sell with confidence: no matter where they choose to stay, your customers will be greeted with legendary Bahamian hospitality and attentive service. Start by browsing our current hotel offers.

Feel good about a hassle-free trip.

One of the biggest benefits of a pre-cruise stay is taking the stress out of embarkation day. Customers won’t have to worry about delayed flights, traffic jams on the way to the ship, or difficulty packing last-minute items. With extra days built in, complete vacation relaxation can begin. Did I forget something? Pop into one of Nassau’s well-stocked stores to replenish your supplies.

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A pre- or post-cruise stay at Nassau Paradise Island is the perfect start or end to a memorable trip. (Photo credit: Nassau Paradise Island)

Some of Nassau’s hotels and resorts (Margaritaville Beach Resortfor example) is actually within walking distance of the cruise port, and Baha Mar It’s a quick, stress-free trip away. Your travelers can wake up and wander around on board… it really doesn’t get any easier.

Not ready for the holidays to end yet? It is not necessary!

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Your clients will thank you for encouraging them to extend their vacation in Nassau. (Photo credit: Nassau Paradise Island)

Typically, disembarkation marks the end of a journey and a sudden return to reality. Booking your clients a post-cruise stay at Nassau Paradise Island allows the vacation vibe to last a little longer. They can spend a few days enjoying the sun, relaxing on the beautiful beaches and recovering their legs on land after the cruise. Eventually the real world will beckon, but they’ll thank you for suggesting a few more days on the island.

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