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The Ministry of Tourism and the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) are collaborating with the College of The Bahamas (COB) to host a special information seminar for bi-lingual persons on
This week, The Bahamas began the process of evaluating the sustainability of Nassau’s tourism sector through its participation in the Sustainable Destination Alliance for the Americas (SDAA), suppo
The festival, which will fully display the historic culture of piracy, rum and food in The Bahamas, will be held on February 27-March 1.
The event, which was held from January 28th to 30th, is the largest business to business gathering of travel and tourism officials in the region.
Millions of US viewers are probably wishing they were in The Bahamas this week, thanks to a plug from cast members of the popular NBC morning show The Today Show.
The famous candy stripe lighthouse on Hope Town, Abaco in The Bahamas, provided the perfect backdrop for the wedding of Wanjira  Banfield, to Pierre Alex Demosthene.  Drizzling rain that started to
An event of splendor, glamour and majestic performances was held at the Melia Nassau Resort’s Independence Ball Room Saturday, January 24th, as the Ministry of Tourism concluded its 50th anniversar
EXUMA, Bahamas (January 20, 2015) - The pristine, aquamarine waters of Exuma in The Bahamas served as the ideal backdrop for the dream wedding of Texan couple, Lauren Gough and Ste
As part of this Golden Jubilee time, January 16 – 24, 2015 has been set aside as Tourism Awareness Week with activities beginning with a Church Service at Zion Baptist Church, Shirley Street. 
Prime Minister Perry Christie regarded Bahamians as the asset the tourism industry depends upon in order to sustain the tourism product.

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