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Vacation Rental Price Information in Nassau
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Nassau. $317 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. In June (6/22 - 6/29), prices will hit an average low of $249 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Nassau
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Nassau. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in April (4/13 - 4/20). Conversely, it is in August (8/17 - 8/24) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in Nassau
Find the Nassau climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than 66° in Nassau in January. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is February.
The Caribbean calls you at tropical vacation homes in Nassau, Bahamas
Shack up at a mellow beach bungalow vacation rental with a hammock and huge harbor views, where you can sip on pretty cocktails and watch exotic birds overhead. Nassau accommodations have soul.
Eat like a local
Model Bakery is as good for fresh, daily bread as it is for sweet treats such as pastries, gingerbread sticks, and cinnamon twists. It's been a favorite for residents and visitors since 1926, gaining the prestige of "the best bread in town." Special occasion cakes and desserts are also sold there.
Goldie's Conch House has seafood to die for. Drink in the views of Arawak Cay and the inlet as you start your day with a breakfast of conch stew or boiled fish. For lunch, you can enjoy the tasty scorched conch and cracked lobster.
Nassau's known for cute pastel and candy-colored buildings, and the National Art Museum is one of them. This cheerful, mango-hued mansion from the 1860s showcases Bahamian art and history. The museum is committed to supporting new artists and providing art education for the community.
Fort Charlotte, a relic of British colonial history built in 1789, sits on a hill rising near today's downtown. This strategic spot makes for excellent vistas of the harbor and massive cruise ships. Walk the grounds to find cannons, bunkers, lookouts, and trenches.
Explore the tropics
Bonefish Pond National Park, perched on the southern shores of Nassau's New Providence Island, has a waterside observatory for viewing flora and fauna of the ecosystem. Stroll the wooden boardwalk and be on the lookout for pink flamingos and bright yellow warblers.
Ardastra Gardens, Zoo, and Conservation Center cares deeply about animal welfare and environmental issues and conservation. Adopt a zoo animal to help with its care and upkeep. The zoo’s residents include vibrantly-colored lory parrots, lime green iguanas, and even beastly boas!
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