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Low fares for Vancouver (YVR) to Nassau (NAS) Low fares for Vancouver to Nassau
Tue 02/27 - Sat 03/03
4 days, 2 stops max
$509
Sat 03/24 - Thu 03/29
5 days, 2 stops max
$691
Thu 04/12 - Wed 04/18
6 days, 1 stop max
$456
Wed 05/09 - Wed 05/16
7 days, 1 stop max
$531
Sat 06/30 - Mon 07/09
9 days, 1 stop max
$791
Mon 04/09 - Thu 04/19
10 days, 2 stops max
$479
Mon 02/26 - Sat 03/03
5 days, 2 stops max
$512
Wed 03/21 - Wed 04/04
14 days, 1 stop max
$537
Sat 04/07 - Fri 04/13
6 days, 2 stops max
$541
Mon 03/05 - Wed 03/07
2 days, 1 stop max
$545
Fri 02/23 - Tue 02/27
4 days, 2 stops max
$552
Tue 04/10 - Tue 04/17
7 days, 1 stop max
$566
Arriving in Nassau

Nassau is a beautiful vacation destination that is the capital of the Bahamas. Your cheap flight to Nassau will arrive at the Lynden Pindling International Airport, formerly known as the Nassau International Airport. The airport is relatively small but does offer a bank and a cafe along with a few small shops. No public transportation is available to and from the airport, but private taxi services have posted rates and provide service after you arrive on your Nassau flight.

Getting Around Nassau

There is not a large public transportation system in Nassau. However, you will still have many options for getting around. There are traditional taxi services as well as water taxis for a more unique experience. Minibuses, locally called jitneys, serve as the bus system and are an inexpensive and effective way of exploring Nassau. Scooter rental is quite popular, and exploring by foot is also a pleasant option, especially downtown. Car rentals are widely available, but traffic can be heavy, and most roads are left-hand drive, which might be confusing for American tourists.

Main Attractions in Nassau

You will be delighted at all of the options for things to see and do in Nassau. Nature lovers should check out the Ardastra Gardens, or the Zoo and Conservation Center, or Paradise Island where you can swim with dolphins. Kids and adults alike will love the Pirate Museum with the recreations of a pirate town, a ship, and battles. Fort Fincastle is a small fort overlooking the city that has several cannons. Be sure to stop by the pink Parliament House. Taking a bus tour is a really great way to take in the city and find out about various points of interest and even some tidbits about local government.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife

If you saved money on your airfare to Nassau, you should take advantage of the many shopping opportunities. Tourists should be sure to check out the Straw Market for souvenirs, and keep in mind that this is one place where haggling is accepted and encouraged. Bay Street is a commercial district boasting many interesting shops and restaurants. When you are ready to eat, there are a wide range of choices. Fresh seafood is widely available. For a family-friendly meal try Andros or Goldie's Conch House. For a more intimate, yet slightly pricey dinner, Cafe Matisse is highly recommended. Nassau has a colorful nightlife ranging from the Hard Rock Cafe to more local places like Senor Frog's. Book a flight to Nassau today.

Flight stats for Nassau - did you know?
  • Nassau is 8 mi from Nassau Intl Airport (Nassau, New Providence Island).
  • Nassau Intl Airport (Nassau, New Providence Island)
    • Right now, 20 airlines operate out of Nassau Intl Airport.
    • Nassau Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 41 cities.
    • Every week, at least 275 domestic flights and 275 international flights depart from Nassau Intl Airport.

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