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Paradise Island Holidays

Paradise Island is touted as the most expensive place to holiday in Bahamas. Paradise island holidays are known for lavish nightlife, with casinos and flashy clubs everywhere. A beautiful tropical beach lined with the luxurious grove of casuarinas trees, adds to the charm of holidays in Paradise Island. All inclusive holiday packages include visits to the most popular beaches in Paradise Island; where you could go for scuba diving, snorkelling and fishing. Holidays in Paradise Island are also quiet popular for luxury shopping areas where you could buy exclusive collections of high-end couture boutiques and designer emporiums. ZIP holidays’ packages from all inclusive luxury holiday packages to late holiday deals are sure to give what you need.

There are so many activities you can do during your holidays in Paradise Island and still never get out of options. That’s the reason our holiday packages to Nassau/Paradise Island are so popular.

The Cloisters which rests in the Versailles Gardens are a famous tourist destination in the Bahamas. The highlight of the island remains the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort and Casino. If gambling is not for you, you could go shopping; shops at Atlantis include well known brands and many souvenir boutiques.

Paradise island holidays are incomplete without a visit to the ocean; beaches in Paradise Island are famous for Diving holidays, snorkelling holidays and fishing. Nassau is within easy reach from Paradise Island, so can also enjoy famous attractions of Nassau. There are a couple of golf courses in Paradise Island or you could go to Grand Bahamas. The world class resorts, renowned gourmet dining, duty free shopping, Vegas style casinos are sure to make holidays in Paradise Island memorable.

General Etiquette in Paradise Island

During Paradise Island holidays, keep in mind that people are very conversational here; therefore it is good etiquette to engage in a brief conversation before you ask for any favour. As the locals are highly dependent on tourism for their income, it is polite to tip them on receiving any help. Tipping after a meal in a restaurant is customary. Dress modestly when visiting a Church or the village area.


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