This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$1,750 per week 7 night min stay
$8,000 per week 7 night min stay
$400 per night 3 night min stay
Recent Bahamas reviews
"This is definitely one of the most ideal vacation rentals we have ever experienced. Pictures do not do this house and property justice - nicer than we could have hoped. The house was so well furnished and comfortable, it was as if it was our own home. The private pier was in great condition with a fish cleaning station and whips to keep the boat away from the pier. The property manager Donny couldn't have been nicer or more helpful. We caught the beginning of a hurricane while it was still a tropical storm. Donny came over and got us a protected slip when the worst night hit. It was amazing - we didn't even have to call him, he just was there! Tahiti beach, just 1/4 mile by boat, was probably the best beach we have ever been to - the most crystal clear water I have ever seen with beautiful palms on the shore and a view of the ocean through Talloo cut. The house was perfect, equipped with everything you need. Don't shop until you check out the kitchen. The rule of thumb is leave anything you want, use anything you want. There were plenty of spices, condiments, coffee filters, and the kitchen utensils and supplies were plentiful and very clean. We fished both in the ocean and the Sea of Abaco. Fished for snapper - got a small one but a keeper and then we hooked a big one! Saw the shark eat our dinner, bait, hook and line! We bought fish for dinner in Hopetown. There is great snorkeling at Mermaid's Reef and then to lunch at Snappa's. Went to Pete's Pub (don't miss this one) and had fabulous coconut cracked conk and Blasters (heaven). Saw a lot of Hopetown and had fresh local conch salad. The huge front porch got a lot of use. We were adopted by the island dog Rigatoni - fed him morning and night. He napped on the porch and acted as guard dog when anyone or animal came near our beach. We were sitting at Cracker P's (another great place right near the house) and he came strolling up the stairs and made himself at home. I miss him. We couldn't have had a better time, unless of course we had stayed longer. Thanks for sharing your slice of heaven!"Guest: Schnookie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 24, 2014View listing
"Beautiful sunrises & sunsets. Loved the magic jack which helped us keep contact with business in the states. A fully equipped kitchen allowed us to make delicious meals. We rented a boat and went to Treasure Cay a couple of miles away. Boat ride to Marsh Harbour takes about an hour."Guest: Eliot & Mary Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 19, 2014View listing
"My family tremendously enjoyed staying at the condo. Location is great as well as the property. The best part in my opinion was the patio directly on the water. We found beds to be comfortable,kitchen well-equipped and Wi-Fi seamless;few times that we required assistance of property manager she was always available and resolved our issues immediately. Would definitely go back in a heartbeat!"Guest: zegroy Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 2, 2014View listing
"The setting of Another World is breath taking. The beach is one of the best in the world. The house is very spacious and good to accommodate a large number of guests. TC is known for water to be out and electricity off, yet nice to have a house with a generator to keep power active. Water was only off on the Island at night. The pool was kept clean, yet the patio furniture is in terrible shape and needs to be replaced. The house was not very clean and we had to clean the kitchen for cooking use. Be prepared to bring basic items like; paper towels, toilet paper, soap, dishwasher detergent and few cleaning products. The house stayed very cool on the side with the master bedroom and the so called nanny room was warm for sleeping."Guest: Lo Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 14, 2014View listing
San Salvador Travel Tips
Visitors to San Salvador Vacation Rentals
People who travel to San Salvador are those looking for a quieter Caribbean vacation destination. There are several high-quality luxury resorts on the island but it is not as developed as its other Bahamian counterparts.
Popular San Salvador Travel Attractions
The primary attractions of San Salvador are its beautiful beaches. The most well known are Bonefish Bay where Club Med is located. Other popular beaches are Long Beach, Snow Bay and Grotto Beach. A beautiful three-mile beach called East Beach is a great site for snorkeling. Most of the island is fringed with coral reefs which provide protected waters for swimming and snorkeling.
The diving on San Salvador’s reefs is one of its main attractions. High Cay, Low Cay and Middle Cay are popular reef and wreck diving sites. There are also a number of legendary cave diving sites around the island. More advanced dive sites are characterized by walls that go down to a depth of more than 40 feet. There are numerous wrecks that have become artificial reefs and provide for excellent diving. Divers can enjoy fantastic visibility and the comfort of warm tropical waters during their dives. This is part of what makes San Salvador such an attractive diving destination.
There are many historical sites, monuments and museums on the island. San Salvador is believed to be the site where Christopher Columbus first landed in the “New World.” He is believed to have landed in Long Bay on October 12, 1492. Today, you visit a large white cross which was erected in 1965 to commemorate this historic event. Watlings Castle in Sandy Point Estates is now just ruins that hint at former colonial life. The site includes slave quarters, storage buildings, a cook house and the ruins of a plantation mansion. The Farquharson Plantation houses the ruins of a former mansion and prison. The Dixon Lighthouse is the last remaining of its kind in the Bahamas. The lighthouse has been in service since 1887. It is manned by four-hour watches who maintain the hand-operated kerosene lamps. These lamps have the power of 400,000 candles and the light can be seen 19 miles out to sea.
Best Time of Year to Travel to San Salvador Resorts
San Salvador enjoys a year-round warm tropical climate. The seasons are defined by rainfall rather than temperature variations. The heavy rains occur late in the summer season which coincides with the frequency of tropical storms and hurricanes. In general, September and October are considered the low tourist season because of this. In the wintertime, there are occasional showers but these are short-lived and quickly pass. June and July are generally the warmest months, with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees Centigrade. Humidity can also be quite high at this time of year. It nevertheless remains a popular travel season because it coincides with the northern hemisphere's summer holiday season. The ideal time of year to visit climate-wise is between November and April. The days are still nice and warm but the temperatures are somewhat milder.
Getting to Bahamas Vacation Rentals in San Salvador
San Salvador is located approximately 200 miles southeast of Nassau. There are direct flights between the island and Ft. Lauderdale in Florida that take approximate one hour. Many people choose this option as it saves having to stopover in Nassau. If traveling to specific resorts, there are several private companies that organize charter flights in season from Paris, New York and Miami. If traveling from other parts of the world, you may route via Nassau. In that case, you can get a scheduled flight on one of the local domestic airlines to San Salvador. Private charter companies are reputed to be somewhat more reliable but they do come at premium prices.