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Exumas Dream


From 1743,25€

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From 1743,25€

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Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Discover the Bahamas with our 8-day / 7-night Premium cruise around the Exumas Islands! Our spacious Lagoon 620 catamaran will be your floating home, offering double cabins with private bathrooms. Departing the cruise in Nassau, sail to the islands of Highbourne Cay to Norman’s Cay and explore Warderick Wells Cay where Thunderball Cave is full of corals to admire during your dive. You’ll also have the opportunity to swim with the archipelago’s famous pigs and relax on the most beautiful white sand beaches.


Saturday - Palm Cay, Nassau: On the first day of the cruise, you will arrive at the Palm Cay base in Nassau. You will be able to board the boat from 6:00 pm and will be welcomed by the crew and the other passengers.
Sunday - Nassau - Highborne Cay : On the second day of the cruise, you will leave Nassau to visit Allen's Cay and admire the iguanas living there. Afterwards, you can snorkel and relax on the beach at Highborne Cay.
Monday - Highborne Cay - Warderick Wells Cay: On the third day of the cruise, you will leave Highborne Cay and head for the Exumas Marine and Land Park. You will be able to explore the island and its 30 beautiful sandy beaches by following many trails. You'll also have the opportunity to snorkel around the pristine coral reef, home to a wide variety of colourful fish. Finally, don't miss the chance to climb to the top of Boo Boo Hill, from where you can enjoy an exceptional view.
Tuesday - Warderick Wells Cay - Staniel Cay: In the morning, you will stop at Big Major Beach to meet the famous swimming pigs of the archipelago. Then you will have the opportunity to snorkel in the famous Thunderball Cave. After a break for a drink at the Yacht Club, you will visit the charming village of Staniel Cay.
Wednesday - Staniel Cay - Shroud Cay: Explore the beautiful mangroves by dinghy or kayak, then relax by swimming in the breathtakingly beautiful lagoon at Shroud Cay.
Thursday - Shroud Cay - Norman's Cay: The day will begin with an exploration of a plane wreck followed by a visit to the ruins of an 80's drug cartel. Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to fish for fish or lobster with a Hawaiian spear or walk the beach in search of shells and flat sea urchins called "sand dollars" in English.
Friday - Norman's Cay - Palm Cay Nassau: On day seven, you will sail from Norman's Cay to Palm Cay Nassau to complete the cruise. Upon arrival, enjoy the luxury amenities on Palm Cay, including restaurants, the aquarium and the casino.
Saturday - Palm Cay, Nassau: On the eighth and final day, you will have breakfast on board before disembarking at 9 am.

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)


Passport valid 6 months after the date of the return (+ return or continuation ticket) for French citizens. For other nationalities, please contact your consulate or embassy.

If you are travelling with your children, you should know that minors, regardless of their age, must now also have an individual passport. However, if the child, under 15 years of age, is registered on your passport issued before June 12, 2006, this registration is valid until the end of the passport’s validity.

A minor travelling alone does not need the authorization to leave the territory if he or she has an individual passport.

If your trip involves transiting through the United States:

To enter without a visa, any French traveller (this also applies to children regardless of age) travelling by air or sea to the United States (or transiting through the United States) for a tourist trip not exceeding 90 days, must be in possession of an individual electronic passport (horizontal reading and electronic chip symbol) or a valid individual machine-readable passport issued no later than October 25, 2005. A minor travelling alone does not need the authorization to leave the territory as long as he/she has an individual passport.

All French travellers going by air or sea to the United States (or transiting through the United States) for a tourist trip must be in possession of an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) electronic authorization before boarding. The ESTA form must be printed, marked “authorization granted” and presented at check-in. This document, which is simply a boarding authorization, does not guarantee admission to the United States. Once granted, this authorization is valid for one or more entries for two years (or until the expiration of the applicant’s passport).

Online forms are available at: https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/ (the application must be made at least 72 hours before departure). There is a fee for ESTA authorization: US$14 (September 2010 rate), payable by credit card at the time of application.

Emergency and temporary passports:

For travel to or transit through the United States under the Visa Waiver Program, emergency and temporary passports are valid only in electronic format (e-passports). An e-passport has an embedded chip containing a digitized photo, identity data and other information about the holder; its cover bears a gold symbol. Currently, French temporary passports are not electronic.


No visa is required for French nationals (stay less than 3 months). For other nationalities, please contact the consulate or embassy.

Mandatory vaccinations

No vaccinations are required upon arrival.

Recommended vaccinations

Diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis, hepatitis A and B, and whooping cough (whose reappearance among adults, even in France, justifies vaccination for all travel).

Time difference

GMT -5h. When it is 12:00 am in France, it is 6:00 am in Nassau. As in France, there is a time change between winter and summer.


1 euro = 1.17 Bahamian dollars (same rate as the dollar).It is better not to come back with too many Bahamian dollars when leaving the archipelago because there are few exchange offices to take them back to France. Unless, of course, your stay calls for another one!


In general 120 Volts. The plugs are different from the French ones so an adapter and a transformer are therefore necessary.


To call the Bahamas from France, dial 00 + 1 + 242 + area code + the 7-digit number of the correspondent.

To call France from the Bahamas, dial 00 + 33 + your correspondent’s 9-digit number (i.e. without the initial 0).


The local currency is BSD


The Bahamas archipelago is home to nearly 1370 species of plants, 121 of which are endogenous (not found anywhere else in the world). Among them, one to take note of is the “guaiac”, the national tree of the Bahamas, a resinous tree very useful for shipbuilding because of its resistance.

As for the fauna, the beauty of the wildlife is not exclusively under the sea level because the Bahamas is home to over 90 species of butterflies as well as a great variety of birds. The reptiles are not left out with nearly 50 different species. On the underwater side, the array is obviously very colourful, with flamboyant parrotfish, curious morays and other usual tenants of the coral reefs. You can also meet dolphins or different species of sharks, an activity that is very successful in some islands of the archipelago.

Tourist office



Bahamas Tourist Office

113 rue du Cherche Midi – 75006

Tel: 01 45 26 62 62

fax: 01 48 74 06 05