Whether you’re looking for a place to rest your head in between island adventures, a vacation home for your family, or a place to retire – you want to know that you can relax and let your guard down.
Alarm clocks, traffic, meetings, daily planners…
Imagine an archipelago of 700 islands in 100,000 square miles of the clearest water on the planet. Add a year-round summer climate, and this Eden has all the ingredients for that perfect vacation home. But with 700 islands in The Bahamas, where do you begin?
Abaco Islands in the Bahamas offers over 120 miles of premium access for the Caribbean angler. Sparsely populated with roughly 10,000 residents, the Abacos provide an extreme variety of species, fishing techniques, and territory to explore for the international traveler itching to drop a line.
When you plan a vacation to the Bahamas, you no doubt envision a beautiful blue sea, climbing ancient Mayan ruins, or lounging by the pool with a mini-umbrella floating in your drink.
Crime is an unfortunate fact of life worldwide; sadly, the jewel of the Caribbean is not immune to this fact. However, the Bahamas has also been the recipient of some fairly overblown travel warnings and sensational journalism in recent years, resulting in concerns among travelers considering a trip to the beautiful [...]
You've dreamed of a luxurious vacation home for most of your life and now you have the means to make your dream a reality. But before you invest in the first sunny cottage or condo that catches your eye, take a look at the top things to avoid when buying a vacation home:
More and more people are buying their vacation homes abroad rather than at home. There are so many reasons to go abroad that there are a number of different types of buyers that all come to the same conclusion. In particular, there are six broad types of people that choose to buy abroad and love it. Here is a run down [...]
There's a reason the Bahamas served as a treasure hub for battling privateers, warring Monarchs, and the famous seafaring rogues of the "Golden Age of Piracy" in the Caribbean.