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Bahamas Tourism Sector donations fill two flights for hurricane relief
More than 30,000 pounds of essential relief items were delivered to the Islands of The Bahamas affected by Hurricane Joaquin as part of the Tourism Sector Relief Effort led by the Ministry of Tourism (MOT).
TOURISM TODAY: Run For Pompey Hurricane Relief
Organizers of Run For Pompey are donating part proceeds from the Exuma race weekend to Hurricane Joaquin relief efforts. Watch here to find out how you can get involved..
Deadman's Cay airport open for relief efforts
The Department of Civil Aviation advises that the runway at the Deadman's Cay Airport in Long Island has been re-opened to receive relief goods only. No passengers are permitted at this time, due to flooding on the apron.
TOURISM TODAY: MOT Disaster Response - Hurricane Joaquin
Relief efforts following Hurricane Joaquin are in full swing, and tourism industry partners are joining government officials in an effort to bring much-needed relief to the Family Islands affected by the devastating storm.
MOT Emergency Coordinating Committee's efforts continue, says DG
The Bahamas Department of Meteorology has given the "all clear" signal for the Islands Of The Bahamas as Hurricane Joaquin moves away from the archiapelgo, but the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism's (BMOT) Emergency Coordinating Committee remains in the command center in constant contact with MOT repr
8 - 13 Oct

This festival encourages San Salvadorians worldwide to come home and celebrate Discovery Day, which commemorates the first landfall of the great...

14 Oct

This weekly event takes place in the quaint settlement of Smith's Point every Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. You can experience Bahamian food, drinks...