Kelly Ripa/Ryan Seacrest via Instagram
Stacey Leasca
February 06, 2018

Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest are just as over winter weather as you are. But, because they are mega-famous TV hosts, they can simply escape the cold by taking their show on the road.

This week, Ripa and Seacrest brought their show to the Bahamas to film a few very special episodes from The Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island. And while they are certainly getting some work done and welcomed Whitney Cummings, Arie Luyendyk Jr., and Heather Graham as their show’s guests, it also looks like the hosts are getting in their own fun time too.

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On Instagram, Ripa shared a few photos of her Bahamian vacation, including a snap of her, a gaggle of girlfriends, and her father Joe as the group headed out for the evening, likely to one of the hotel’s popular restaurants or bars.

Next, the host shared another photo of her and her father as they hung out on a boat just offshore.

Of course, Ripa shared more than a few photos of her and her co-host Seacrest as they enjoyed the hotel’s many amenities, including paddle boating together in the Atlantis lagoon.

And because she’s a fitness fanatic, Ripa also shared her yoga workout from Atlantis, though this time it came with one aquatic twist. As she did a few downward dogs, followers can see dolphins getting in on the workout action behind her.

And like Ripa, Seacrest posted his own series of envy-inducing photos. He even posted a quick video showing followers around his Atlantis digs, including a view of the pool and his outdoor “dressing room.”

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While their trip looked VIP all the way, you too can experience the island for all its glory. The resort, after all, does have more than 2,300 guest rooms, meaning there’s more than enough room for your family too. It also comes with a casino, a marina filled with luxury yachts, dozens of restaurants and bars, and a 63-acre water park, making it an ideal destination for just about everyone.

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