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    Off season or slow season?

    is there an off season in the bahamas and turks & caicos, when either there are fewer people or the prices drop? since the weather is so beautiful all the time, i didn't know if they ever have a slow season there.

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    Re: Off season or slow season?

    actually there is an off season- running from the 2nd week of january through presidents day- the weather in the bahamas or turks and caicos can be cooler this time of year! think florida weather in january! prices and crowds are low and many resorts ( be sure to check!) have heated swimming pools and "hot " jaccuzi's to keep vacationers warmed up! sandals resorts actually have firepits to snuggle around ( they offer them in their jamaica, st. lucia and there other resort destinations also!

    the other low season is september & october due to that time of year being busy with hurricanes!

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    Re: Off season or slow season?

    january - february sounds pretty nice, considering that "cold" in the caribbean would be considered warm almost anywhere else. i will try to avoid hurricane season though!

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    well that is good to know. i guess i will not have an october wedding in the bahamas! i had better stick to november as planned.

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    Re: Off season or slow season?

    Quote Originally Posted by Julie View Post
    is there an off season in the bahamas and turks & caicos, when either there are fewer people or the prices drop? since the weather is so beautiful all the time, i didn't know if they ever have a slow season there.
    May and October consider as slow season or off season to go for bahamas . When its rainy season there then it could say its off season because people avoid to be there.

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    Re: Off season or slow season?

    Off-seasons sound great for saving money but I am really looking forward to the beach and being in the sun and warmth. Even though I might get a little hot, I'm pretty cold on the norm and if it were rainy and cool, I would be very uncomfortable. I'll stick to the regular seasons myself.

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