The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (BMOTA) recently held a joint dinner and mini tradeshow for sixty members of the Travel Industry Association (TIA) of South Florida. The event, which was held at La Jolla in Coral Gables, marked the BMOTA’s return to TIA, the largest association of travel agents in South Florida.
With the recent success of Shark Week’s 30thseason on Discovery Channel, The Islands Of The Bahamas received tremendous exposure globally. In the process, the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) was awarded more than $250,000 toward its efforts for shark and marine conservation.
Much to the delight of Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation officials,Junkanoo Summer Festival 2018 has shattered international visitor attendance records.
Grand Bahama Island's signature summer festival came to a close with a culmination of electric performances on Thursday, July 27th on Taino Beach.
Nassau, Bahamas: This year, Junkanoo Summer Festival puts on display a wide selection ofauthentic Bahamian craft and goods: jewelry, bags, wood carvings, household items and skin care products– all made from indigenous Bahamian materials. The high-quality, uniquely crafted Bahamian merchandise is available at the festival site, at Arawak Cay, every Saturday until August 4.
On behalf of the Member Lines of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA), the Ministry of Tourism is pleased to invite Bahamian students to participate in the 2018
The experience of an authentic taste of The Islands Of The Bahamas is a major highlight of Junkanoo Summer Festival 2018, which takes place every Saturday this month and on August 4 at Arawak Cay.
NEW YORK – This winter American is growing its presence in the Bahamas with a return of year-round service between New York-LaGuardia (LGA) and Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), Bahamas.
Abaco, Bahamas: Days after the ending of a successful 43rd Regatta Time in Abaco (RTIA), the committee members are already hard at work organizing the 44th RTIA.
In an effort to promote the game of lacrosse, approximately 100 players, parents, and coaches from Florida, USA returned to Grand Bahama Island to host the second consecutive Bahamas Bash Lacrosse