03 Feb Escape With Us On The Ultimate Luxe Beach Getaway this Valentine’s Day
Now that we are partnering with some of the most luxurious, private, and most of all, romantic resorts in the Bahamas and the Florida Keys, it couldn’t be easier to arrange the ultimate Valentine’s gift for that special someone in your life either.
Kamalame Cay Private Island Resort & Residences
Kamalame Cay Private Island Resort & Residences on Andros Island in the Bahamas may be one of the most romantic (and remote) resorts to escape to with your valentine. And you can luxuriate with a couple’s massage at their overwater spa, or wander miles of deserted, sugary-soft beaches or simply float in Kamalame Bay’s impossibly blue water.
But…since Andros is one of the more remote islands in the Bahamas, it still can be time-consuming to get there, unless you fly direct with us.
It’s only a one-hour flight from Miami-Dade or Broward counties or 1.5 hours from The Fort Lauderdale Executive airport. And your pilot will gently land along the pristine beaches of Kamalame Cay where your vacation begins with a scenic walk to the Pineapple House for your concierge check-in.
Bungalows Key Largo
Getting to the Bungalows Key Largo couldn’t be easier (or more romantic).
Packages include arrival and departure via Tropic Ocean Airways seaplane, a 3 or 4 night stay, and complimentary early check-in access in addition to your choice of a Waterfront or Garden View Bungalow, chocolate covered strawberries, a bottle of Veuve Clicquot, and rose petals upon arrival, plus a $200.00 Spa Credit and a $200.00 Credit for in-house water sports.
Valentines Resort & Marina
Valentines Resort & Marina on tiny Harbour Island in the Bahamas has the colorful clapboard-sided walls, white trim and shuttered dormer windows, that the laid-back chic destination is known for. In fact, the architecture was inspired by the historic dwellings that once dotted the Caribbean. And all of the resort accommodation packages provide large balconies or covered patios overlooking the pool, gardens and marina.
And there’s no better, or easier, of cooler, way to get there than flying direct aboard a Tropic Ocean Airways Seaplane.