• Justin Mabe

Where is the best place to visit in The Bahamas?

Often times, Fly Live Charter is asked to provide our clients with islands, and specific destinations that they should visit in order to fulfill the "Best Vacation Ever" void in their lives. We are always more than happy to help.


Whether you're looking for a party, or a private get away, the many islands that make up The Bahamas have many opportunities. Below we have listed a few.


The Abacos

Boating Capital of Bahamas

The Abacos island chain is a boating, fishing, and sailing paradise. But it’s not just the sea that attracts travellers from around the world. Those who prefer to explore by land will find charming colonial towns, championship golf courses, and countless hotels, restaurants, and bars. Ask us about our private flights to the Abacos, landing in Marsh Harbour or Treasure Cay.


Andros

The largest island in The Bahamas, Andros remains virtually untouched. Vast and green, it holds countless adventures for lovers of the outdoors. World-class scuba diving, deep-sea and fly fishing, national forests and blue holes—and that’s just the beginning. Ask us about our private charters so San Andros, Andros Town Fresh Creek, Mangrove Cay, and Congo Town. Picking the right airport to fly into based on where you're staying is important. Fly Live Charter will be able to assist you in doing so.


Eleuthera & Harbour Island

Harbour Island is a quaint, seaside town with storied New England-style architecture. Eleuthera is a sprawling stretch of wild beauty. All that separates them is a five-minute ferry across sky-blue waters. Make no mistake; you visit one, you’ll want to visit the other.


There are many other locations that The Bahamas can offer. With just a short private charter to The Bahamas you're able to land directly at any of these islands. Please ask us about what each island can offer, and we can help guide you in the right direction.


Justin Mabe

jmabe@flylivecharters.com

1-866-415-7352








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