SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-HOTELS IN Bahamas

THE 8 MOST ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE HOTELS IN Bahamas according to ETIC Hotels

Grand Isle Resort


43.5
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.7
/ 10
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Pink Sands Resort


25.6
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
9.2
/ 10
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Riu Paradise Island All Inclusive

  • City: Nassau
  • Score: 89%
  • Price from: £186.18

29.3
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.9
/ 10
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Sandals Royal Bahamian Spa Resort

  • City: Nassau
  • Score: 87%
  • Price from: £504.46

30.4
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8.7
/ 10
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The Reef Atlantis

  • City: Nassau
  • Score: 80%
  • Price from: £125.8

37.9
kg CO2e
ETIC gold rating
8
/ 10
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The Royal at Atlantis

  • City: Nassau
  • Score: 79%
  • Price from: £209.46

27.3
kg CO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.9
/ 10
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Melia Nassau Beach All Inclusive

  • City: Nassau
  • Score: 75%
  • Price from: £238.39

42.8
kg CO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.5
/ 10
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Grand Hyatt at Baha Mar

  • City: Nassau
  • Score: 74%
  • Price from: £81.21

35.8
kg CO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.4
/ 10
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COUNTRY PROFILE

Bahamas

  • Official Name:Capital: Nassau

  • Capital:Population 391,000

  • Population: Area 13,939 sq km 5,382 sq miles

  • Area: Major language English

  • Major Languages: Major religion Christianity

  • Major Religions: Life expectancy 72 years men, 78 years women

  • Life expectancy: Currency Bahamian dollar

  • Currency: Commonweal

Things to see in Bahamas

  • Pink Sands Beach: 

  • Dolphins at Blue Lagoon Island: 

  • Paradise Island Water Park: nassauparadiseisland

  • Lucayan National Park: 

  • Port Lucaya Marketplace: 

  • Cable Beach, Bahamas: 

  • Eleuthera Island: 

  • Tiki Bikini Hut: Robert Moranelli /

  • Castaway Cay: 

  • Arawak Cay Fish Fry: 

  • Stocking Island, Bahamas: 

  • Andros, Snorkelling: 

  • Stingray Adventure: 

  • Prince George Wharf: 

  • John Watling€™s Distillery: 

When to visit in Bahamas

  • The best time to visit the Bahamas is from mid-December to mid-April, the country€™s peak season. Though temperatures here are great year-round (they rarely dip below 60 degrees), the islands fall within the hurricane belt, so hurricanes may be a factor between June 1 and Nov. 30 (the Atlantic hurricane season).