Cruise To Paradise

Taking a cruise to The Bahamas? Plan your stopover using the links below.

Bahamas Ports Of Call

The Bahamas is one of the most popular cruise destinations in the world. With miles of stellar beaches, chic shops, luxurious resorts, quaint towns, and friendly people, it’s easy to see why travelers come from around the globe to experience our islands. In fact, The Bahamas has one of the highest repeat visitor rates in the entire region. And with various ports of entry on a number of our islands, cruise passengers will have no problem discovering what makes The Bahamas truly special.

Covering 100,000 square miles of the clearest water in the world, the 700 islands and 2,500 cays that shape The Bahamas create a fabulous destination for sun-seekers, water sports enthusiasts and everyone who appreciates first-class hospitality. Our many ports of call each offer their own unique experiences for cruise passengers. From the fast-paced lifestyle of Nassau/Paradise Island to the idyllic solitude of our more remote islands, there’s something for everyone in The Bahamas.

Nassau & Paradise Island
Grand Bahama Island
Great Stirrup Cay
Castaway Cay
Half Moon Cay
Princess Cays
Coco Cay

Please be advised that all nationalities who would normally require a visa for travel to The Bahamas and intend to travel to The Bahamas by way of cruise ship must obtain a Bahamian visa. The same applies for persons traveling by air to join a cruise ship traveling through The Bahamas.

Click here to see the countries that DO NOT require visas to enter The Bahamas.

Click here to see the countries that DO require visas to enter The Bahamas.