Bahamas Beach Bus
One Crazy Cruise Tour - 2 Nights on Land - 5 Nights at Sea
8 Days | Year - Round
Starting At $CUSTOM
This great combo is a two-night stay in Myrtle Beach before a five-night Carnival Cruise to the Bahamas. Enjoy an Oceanfront Hotel with your choice of dinners and shows, then add a Cruise from Charleston, SC that includes visits to Nassau and Freeport. Prices vary with the season but please call now and ask. There are some real bargains Sept through May.
Day 1 – Myrtle Beach, SC – Arrive in Myrtle Beach, SC. Check into your oceanfront hotel for a two night stay. Dinner included tonight followed by your choice of show (see choices above).
Day 2 – Myrtle Beach, SC – Free day to relax and enjoy the beach or do a little shopping. Dinner at a local restaurant and your choice of show is included tonight.
Day 3 – Charleston, SC – This morning, travel to Charleston, SC and enjoy a Horse-Drawn Carriage tour of the historic district. Your guide will be dressed in a Confederate uniform will inform and entertain you with historical facts, lore, and humor about this 300 year old city. This afternoon board your Carnival Cruise ship for a five night cruise to the Bahamas. Ports of Call include Nassau and Freeport. On a Bahamas cruise you’ll find a sun-splashed seascape of 700 islands and 2,000 cays offering idyllic tropical getaways for sailing, snorkeling, fishing, strolling pearly pink-sand beaches, and swimming crystalline turquoise seas.
Day 4 – “Fun Day At Sea” – The day is spent sailing the Caribbean waters. Discover the many amenities onboard ship, relax in the spa, or test your luck in the casino. You may want to try Carnival WaterWorks, the thrilling onboard water park featuring Twister Waterslide and Splash Park! Or you might enjoy Serenity, the Adult-Only Retreat. Here you’ll find yourself in is one of complete peace, sea breezes, swaying hammocks and, of course, a nearby bar.
Day 5 – Nassau, Bahamas – Blessed by balmy breezes and jumping to a bouncy calypso beat, Nassau, Bahamas promises sizzling fun in the sun. The historic and cultural heart of The Bahamas is one of the world’s most popular cruise ship ports. Enjoy its fine beaches, shopping, water sports, and the fun-filled attractions at the Atlantis Resort, connected to Nassau by a bridge to Paradise Island.
Shop for straw baskets and Junkanoo crafts in outdoor marketplaces. Kiss a dolphin during a Balmoral Island dolphin swim. Relax on the pink sands of Cable Beach. Stroll 18th-century colonial streets and climb the sandstone Queen’s Staircase.
Day 6 – Freeport, Bahamas – Today enjoy the island town of Freeport, the resort center of Grand Bahama Island. You’ll find plenty of razzle-dazzle entertainment, from a casino to music clubs to barefoot beach bars. But if you’re looking for the Bahamas of seductive, palm-fringed beaches, gentle turquoise seas, and nature at its most vivid, you’ll find that, too, along with beautiful white sand beaches.
Shop for Bahamian goods in outdoor markets and duty-free goods in international boutiques. Soak up the scenery on Xanadu Beach’s powdery crescent of sand. Explore ancient caves and mangrove forests in Lucayan National Park. Snorkel the sparkling waters of a coral reef with cruises to Freeport. Pat a dolphin on the nose at UNEXSO’s Dolphin Experience.
Day 7 – “Fun Day At Sea” – Relax poolside on your last day of your cruise. Enjoy the many onboard activities that the Carnival Ecstasy offers or visit one of the many shops onboard to buy that last souvenir you’ve had your eye on all week. You may want to visit the Piano Bar because this is the bar where you call the shots – and the songs. Pull up a seat, order your favorite cocktail, and let your friendly piano player know the songs you’d like to hear. Then join the sing-along for a hand-clapping, foot-tapping, finger-snapping good time.
Day 8 – Charleston, SC – Cruise ship docks in Charleston, SC. Depart for home.