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Nassau

A hub of activity, Nassau is the capital and cultural centre of the Bahamas. Just beyond the action you'll find nature at its purest. The island is entirely coral and limestone and there are beaches at every turn. Spend a day on the azure waters to view the enchanting depth of colour that surrounds this blissful retreat.


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    From Toronto to Nassau

    May. 11, 2017 - 5 nights
    All-inclusive

    Hotel:

    Breezes Resort & Spa, Bahamas


     
    Was $1,923.00 Save 36%
    Now $1,234.00  per adult ($1,049.00 + $185.00) (Base fare, surcharges, fees, taxes and charges)
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    From Toronto to Nassau

    May. 2, 2017 - 4 nights
    Meal plans available

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    British Colonial Hilton Nassau


     
    Was $1,658.00 Save 20%
    Now $1,329.00  per adult ($1,079.00 + $250.00) (Base fare, surcharges, fees, taxes and charges)
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    From Toronto to Nassau

    Jun. 8, 2017 - 5 nights
    Breakfast Plan

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    Comfort Suites, Paradise Island


     
    Total price:
    $1,497.00  per adult ($1,189.00 + $308.00) (Base fare, surcharges, fees, taxes and charges)
    T : 18402552
All prices are based on two adults sharing accommodations. A supplement may apply for travellers travelling alone.

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  • Before you leave Canada

    Entry requirements

    It is your sole responsibility to ensure that you - and any child travelling with you - have all the travel documents necessary to enter in, or transit through, each country on your itinerary. Please ensure you verify the requirements for each country as the required documents for the outbound portion of your travel may differ from those required on the return.

    Please refer to aircanada.com for complete information on travel requirements.

    Baggage

    Please refer to aircanada.com for Baggage Information.

    Airport check in

    It is recommended that you present yourself at the airport counter of the airline indicated on your voucher 3 hours prior to departure. Air Canada representatives are available to assist you, or you may contact an Air Canada Vacations representative at 1-800-296-3408.

    Your arrival at destination

    Hotel check in

    Upon arrival at your hotel, please identify yourself at the front desk with your Air Canada Vacations voucher. You will then be assigned your accommodation. The majority of hotels’ check in is between 2:00 PM & 4:00 PM. It is recommended to pack essential items in your carry on luggage.

    Your departure from destination

    Departure information

    The day before you leave, remember to consult the Air Canada Vacations bulletin board in your hotel lobby, for details on your departure procedures and return flight. At hotels which do not allow bulletin boards, please inquire about last minute changes at the hotel tour desk.

    Hotel check out

    Hotel check out times may vary depending on the property but generally you must vacate the room by 12 p.m. (noon). For passengers with late flights, every effort will be made to provide you with a hospitality room, however, this cannot be guaranteed, particularly during high season.

    Duty-free shopping

    Duty-free shops are located either at the airport or in town. After an absence of 7 days or more, Canadian residents are permitted to return with a maximum of CAD $750 of merchandise per trip without paying duty. Each time you leave Canada for at least 48 hours, you are eligible to declare up to CAD $200 of merchandise. A written declaration may be requested. Each adult is allowed 1.1 litre (40 oz.) of liquor and one (1) carton of cigarettes. If you include cigarettes, tobacco sticks and loose tobacco in your personal exemption allowance, only a partial exemption will apply. You will have to pay a minimum duty on these products unless they are marked “Canada - Duty paid”. Canadian made products sold at a duty-free shop will be marked in this way.

    Airport check in

    Procedures are the same as for departure from Canada.

    During your holiday

    Local Air Canada Vacations office

    The local office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. everyday, including holidays. Consult the Air Canada Vacations bulletin board or binder in the hotel lobby for the representative’s schedule. Should you require their services please call: 242 322-2606.

    Need help or assistance with your vacation and you are unable to reach our local representative?
    Contact Air Canada Vacations Customer Care: http://www.aircanadavacations.com/en/contact_us#Support_During_Travel

    Emergency

    Medical facilities are excellent. The major Bahamian hospitals are in Nassau. Please contact your Air Canada Vacations Representative if you require assistance. Keep all your receipts.

    Banking

    Business hours: Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Some Canadian banks are represented in Nassau: Scotia Bank and Royal Bank of Canada.

    Currency

    The currency in Nassau is the Bahamian dollar, at par with the American dollar, whose value is quoted in the business section of major newspapers. Traveler’s cheques are accepted by most hotels and stores. U.S. dollars are imperative for travel to the Bahamas. Canadian currency is not accepted but can be exchanged at all banks.

    Long distance calls

    Please note if placing a call from your hotel room, to ask the hotel operator about connection service charges. Using a pay phone will avoid these service charges from the hotel.

    Credit cards

    Credit cards such as American Express, Visa, MasterCard are widely honoured.

    Shopping

    Nassau is an international market place. Stores are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Saturday. The best buys are imported goods: cameras, Swiss watches, Scottish tweeds, French perfumes and leather goods. Bahamian craftsmen also produce handmade straw goods, wood carvings and shell jewelry that you can bargain for at the straw market. Bargain at the straw market but not in the stores.

    Local transportation

    Taxis are readily available at all hotels in Nassau. Cabs are metered and their rates are fixed by law. The jitney is a minibus service that runs from downtown Nassau to the outskirts of the city for approximately $1.

    Car rental

    Air Canada Vacations and AVIS* offer you the possibility of a car rental. Kindly contact your Destination Representative for rates and details upon arrival.
    *Renter must be over 25 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license and a major credit card. Remember to drive on the left in the Bahamas.

    Sightseeing

    Optional excursions are a great way to enhance your Air Canada Vacations holiday. Choose from a wide variety of activities and excursions available at your destination. For more information or to reserve your excursion, please see our local Air Canada Vacations Representative or Ground Handler Partner.

    Tipping

    Most restaurants add 15% to the bill which covers all services. If not, tipping is at client’s discretion.

    Water

    Majority of tap water is safe to drink, but check with the hotel first.

    Electricity

    120 volts, 60 cycles, the same as in Canada.

    Language

    English.

    Religion

    Most religions are represented: Baptist, Anglican, Roman Catholic, Jewish. For more information, consult your hotel front desk or your Air Canada Vacations representative.

    Time zone

    When it is noon in Nassau, it is
    1 p.m. in Halifax
    12 p.m. (noon) in Montreal or Toronto
    11 a.m. in Winnipeg
    10 a.m. in Calgary
    9 a.m. in Vancouver
    The above times are for the winter season only ; it does not take into account Daylight Savings time.

    Customer Care

    For inquiries relating to extension of stay or change or hotel changes, see your destination representative or contact Air Canada Vacations Customer Care:
    http://www.aircanadavacations.com/en/contact_us#Support_During_Travel


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