Water coasters, dueling slides, a not so lazy river, and a surf simulator…Baha Bay at Baha Mar had us at water coasters! This $200 million beachfront waterpark is a new addition to Baha Mar, and it is well worth a visit.
When we arrived, we got the lay of the land, then set up base near the not so lazy river. Spoiler alert: this one has currents! The weather was perfect, and though the resort was experiencing high occupancy over Spring Break, there was no shortage of chairs and wait times for attractions were minimal. Here’s a recap of our day:
There are several quick-service dining options, including food trucks. And just like at the resort, the food is divine. The street tacos were a big hit, though the teen and tween were partial to Umami Burger.
There are cabanas available for rent through the app. Unfortunately there wasn’t any availability for our dates. These go quickly!
There is also the Baha Bay Beach Club, a private area of the waterpark on the water’s edge for guests aged 11 and older. The club features infinity pools and separate dining options. We didn’t get to check it out this visit, but I’ve bookmarked it for next time. Look how pretty!
The entire resort experience was the perfect ending to an already fantastic Spring Break trip. My final post in this series features my Dad with a few authentic Bahamian recipes you can try at home. YUM!
Da Pig Beach / Baha Mar / Baha Bay at Baha Mar / Favorite Bahamian Recipes
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