Whether you’re planning a girls’ getaway or a corporate retreat, a bachelorette or a family reunion, one thing is for sure: when it comes to group travel, it’s better in The Bahamas! Nassau Paradise Island has everything you need to plan the perfect group getaway. Our incredible hotels and resorts offer accommodations of every size and shape. Dining options from casual beachside fare to world-class fine dining make for memorable meals. Activities like snorkeling, island hopping, winemaking, and flamingo yoga provide unforgettable experiences for you and your group. Find out what kind of travel planner you are with our quiz and then fire up the group chat and start planning your trip to paradise.
How far in advance do you start planning?
a) A year out
b) A couple of months in advance
c) I start planning as soon as I see a travel deal
d) Define “in advance”
How do you stay organized?
a) I’m not called The Spreadsheet Wizard for nothing
b) Voice notes on my phone
c) There’s an app for that
d) Pen and paper
What’s your priority when planning a group vacation?
a) The more people there are, the higher the opportunity for confusion. I want to make sure everyone knows exactly what’s happening at any given time
b) I mostly just want to have fun spending time together
c) I want to make sure everyone is comfortable with the costs associated
d) Place to sleep, place to eat
How do you spend the flight to Nassau Paradise Island?
a) Reviewing itineraries and anticipating your first day
b) Watching movies
c) Eating your pre-packed travel snacks
As soon as you get to your hotel you plan to…
a) Make sure everyone finds their room satisfactory
b) Explore the grounds
c) Locate the closest grocery store
d) Ask the front desk for restaurant recommendations
Rise and shine! It’s your first morning in paradise. Before you do anything you…
a) Confirm pick-up time with your tour guide or driver
b) Soak in the view from your room
c) Fire up the in-room coffee maker
d) Figure out what the heck you’re going to wear
The group is getting hungry. What do you do?
a) Hand out the snacks you’ve packed for just this occasion.
b) Find a place to eat.
c) Take them to the local restaurant you researched.
d) Google “restaurants near me”
Every group trip needs activities. How many have you planned?
a) You’ve scheduled one free afternoon but otherwise you’ve got a jam-packed schedule prepared.
b) You’ve got some ideas that you plan to run by the group.
c) You’ve booked one big exciting adventure, but your trip is largely self-guided.
d) The last day is going to be awesome.
Nassau Paradise Island has some incredible places to eat. How many reservations have you made?
a) Lunches and dinners are booked. The group is on their own for breakfast.
b) You’ve reserved seats at one of the best-reviewed restaurants but so far that’s it.
c) Aside from the meals included in your activities and excursions, you’ve got dinner booked at a quaint family-owned spot you found online.
d) You’ve got a nightly reservation booked at the hotel restaurant.
How can you tell your group is enjoying their time?
a) A survey
b) It’s The Bahamas, of course they are!
c) Ask around
d) You’re going to send them a note once you’ve arrived back home
Don’t forget your souvenirs! Where are you taking the group to shop?
a) Bay Street
b) Marina Village
c) Straw Market
d) That’s a free time activity