Sunday, November 25, 2012

Abaco Bahamas Sea and Sleigh Getaway

The Sea and Sleigh offers a combination of traditional holiday activities and authentic Bahamian out island experiences. 

Available for travel December 22 – 26, 2012, and includes:

  • Oceanfront accommodations four nights
  • Daily breakfast
  • Christmas dinner celebration
  • Holiday activities including caroling, storytelling, snow (sand) man contest, boat decorating and a traditional Junkanoo parade
  • Ferry excursion to your choice of Elbow Cay, Guana Cay or Man-O-War

Great Abaco Island, the second largest of the Bahamas archipelago, offers pink and white sand beaches with bluffs lining the windward coastline. The northeast coast is sheltered by offshore cays, barrier reefs and leads into the calm waterway known as the Sea of Abaco. This is one of the world's finest sailing and fishing grounds. 

Abaco Beach Resort at Boat Harbour is the largest hotel in Marsh Harbour and captures the authentic "Out Island" lifestyle. 

Abaco is less than an hour from Ft Lauderdale, Orlando, Palm Beach and Miami - and the resort is just five miles from the Marsh Harbour Airport. 

The resort sits on 40 scenic acres of white sand beaches on the sapphire blue waters of the Sea of Abaco. There are 89 oceanfront guest rooms, suites, cottages and villas - each with its own verandah or balcony. Abaco Beach Resort is set apart by a spectacular state of the art full-service marina - the largest in the Bahamas.  

While enjoying the laid back atmosphere, guests will find a multitude of things to do including island hopping, shopping, exploring the underwater marine life, fishing, relaxing on the private beach, discovering the surrounding cays, historic settlements, national parks, tennis, or working out at the fitness center. The on-site Angler's Restaurant features signature dining overlooking the picturesque Boat Harbour marina

For almost six decades Abaco Beach Resort has offered their guests the perfect place to unwind. Get the details at

Happy Travels,
Travel 2 the Caribbean

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