By Michael S. ScheerJune 20, 2018 8:11:52Tucked away in the Caribbean is a place where most travelers would be tempted to just get to a hotel, but not if they want to stay in the Bahamas.
Instead, a group of students at the University of Miami have taken a chance on a new, low-cost way to experience the island for themselves.
While the journey takes about two and a half hours, it’s actually less than two hours on a chartered chartered flight to the Caribbean island.
And the price is right, according to an infographic from the school’s tourism website.
The school is offering a trip to The Bahamas for $2,400, or about $2 per person, including the $2 tax and fees.
The price tag is $2.50 per person per day, or $8.20 per person on the island.
You get access to a suite, and all of the amenities, including a private beach.
But there’s a catch.
The students have to book through the university’s student portal.
The trip is only available online, and you have to pay a fee to get it on the mainland.
That’s not bad at all for a trip of this type.
There are many, many options for the low-priced, private island stay, from staying in hotels to chartering planes to flying in a small plane.
But the students’ trip has one advantage that many of its peers don’t: The cost is lower than the island costs.
If you’re on a budget, it may be worth considering the trip if you can afford it.
But if you’re just looking to see a Caribbean island and don’t have a lot of money, it might not be the best option.
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