Some of the fabulous destinations &/or islands you can fly into via seaplane out of Fort Lauderdale (FLL) on Tropic Ocean Airways are: The Berry Islands, Grand Bahama Island, The Abacos, Nassau & Paradise Island, Andros, Bimini, South Florida, the Exumas, and Eleuthera.
Make sure to scroll down & check out the Berry Island offer below!
The company is called Tropic Ocean Airways and this is an example of one of their seaplanes:
The website is: http://flytropic.com/
The website for Fort Lauderdale International Airport is: http://www.broward.org/airport/Pages/Default.aspx
The following YouTube video shows how much fun you can have traveling this way:
What a great way to “elevate” your traveling expectations!
You only have to arrive at the airport 30 minutes prior to your “chartered” flight or 45 minutes prior to your “scheduled” flight. The representatives of the airport greet you upon arrival, handle all of your luggage, and valet park your car for free. If you fly into the Ft. Lauderdale International Airport (FLL), their complimentary shuttle will pick you up & the ride is only 15 minutes to the Tropic Ocean Airways terminal located at FLL.
Here is a rundown of some of the cool destinations you can fly into:
South Florida (the Keys):
Fly into Postcard Inn Beach Resort on Holiday Isle, http://www.holidayisle.com/. The seaplane can be pulled right up onto the beach!
The beaches never end on Grand Bahama. You can fly & stay at: http://www.oldbahamabay.com/home. One of the world’s largest underwater caves is located here and the island has 3 national parks.
Andros is the largest yet most sparsely populated island of The Bahamas. It is known for its barrier reef and amazing marine life. Many of the beaches are secluded here. Fly & stay at: http://www.kamalame.com/, a 96-acre private island retreat. This resort is ranked 2016’s #1 Hotel in the Caribbean, Bahamas, & Bermuda by Travel & Leisure.
The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 cays and islands. They begin just 35 miles southeast of Nassau, Bahamas. Divided into 3 major areas – Great Exuma, Little Exuma, and The Exuma Cays – these islands are rich in history. The rich & famous prefer The Exuma Cays while the rest of us like the laid-back atmosphere of Great & Little Exuma. Fly into http://www.grandisleresort.com/ & stay overnight & swim with the world-famous swimming pigs!
Located to the east of Southern Florida, these are a group of barrier cays and islands in the northern Bahamas. This is a boating & sailing paradise with many bays, coves and protected harbors. Treasure Cay includes one of the top ten beaches in the world! Fly into https://treasurecay.com/ . Look on the website for specials!
Nassau and Paradise Island:
Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas. This is a popular cruise ship stop. Pastel-colored British colonial buildings define the atmosphere on Nassau. The neighboring Paradise Island is accessible via Nassau Harbor bridges. Here you can find the popular Atlantis Resort & Casino.
The Berry Islands:
If you like to spend the day without seeing a single soul and prefer to stumble across footprint-free beaches, this chain of islands may be worth exploring. Fly into Great Harbor Cay and stay at the CarriEarl Boutique Hotel, http://www.carriearl.com/! Do Not Miss the specials they have right now on the Tropic Ocean Airways website. Right now they are offering a 5 day/ 4 night package for under $3,500. All taxes, fees, and the roundtrip airfare for two is included. If you choose to stay 7 days/6 nights, the total fee is under $4,600. On the flight you can enjoy a bottle of Concha Y Toro Brut. There are more things included & this offer is well worth checking into. 1-954-210-5569 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eleuthera is known for rolling acres of pineapple plantations and is the 4th most populated island of the Bahamas. You can choose to fly into & stay at either, http://www.thecoveeleuthera.com/, or, http://www.pinksandsresort.com/.
Located just 40 minutes away from the Florida coast, Bimini is the closest Bahamian island to the United States & known as Ernest Hemingway’s favorite escape. Tropic Ocean Airways is also offering some great get-away packages through Hilton at Resorts World Bimini. Check these out: http://flytropic.com/fly-stay