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Monday, August 20, 2012

Cruising to Bahamas at Affordable Price

Cruising is an expensive vacation plan and I thought it was; until I discovered that one can enjoy few days of cruising to Bahamas in less than $500. I was browsing my emails last September and one offer caught my attention. It was 4-days trip to Bahamas heading to Freeport Grand Bahama Island, Great Stirrup Cay and Nassau for less than $250 per person. Isn't it great?My husband and I had a blast on the beach, exploring their International Market, and we had the best time ever especially the activities on board. The moment we stepped on the gang way, the happy crew welcomes the guests with dances, music and drinks. We were being directed towards the main restaurant that has impressive views of the sea and the buffet has endless display of food and desserts.

From traditional fine dining to endless buffet with custom-order action stations are all included in the cruise fare. Food is endless and since we had a freestyle dining, we can dine to any restaurant we want in any given time with no restrictions. Of course, if guest wanted an extra for a gourmet French, exceptional Italian and an upscale steakhouse, fine dining is available and again, it was included in the cruise fare. We were well-fed and well-rested because the room accommodation was fantastic and has everything that we need. Room service is free of charge. Guests can eat the delicious food in their hearts content. That's what we did!

Every hour has activities especially when the ship is sailing to its destination. In the evening, there was always an amazing production show which hubby and I attended. There's singing, dancing, Broadway shows and comedy shows throughout the cruise.

When we arrived Freeport, we took a van which cost $5 a person each way. We went to Port Lucaya Marketplace and take our time enjoying the gorgeous beach. Nassau is the best for me because I went shopping inside Atlantis and we hang out at the Marina. We even take a ferry boat ride for $3 a person. It was affordable isn't it?

Now, check out the image above and I bet, you are blown away with the offer right? Call 1-888-444-6520 and ask for an information about the Bahamas Cruise for two nights.

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1 comment:

  1. OMG! Only $59... whew! If only i'm there, I will surely book for our family and friends..

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