The Ministry of Tourism, its staff and officers, join with the Minister of Tourism, The Hon. Dionisio D’Aguilar; Permanent Secretary, Mr. Charles Albury and Director General, Mrs. Joy Jibrilu, in extending sincere condolences to the family of the late David L. Johnson, former Director General of Tourism.
While cruise ships continue to be a major mode of transportation to and from The Islands Of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Island has always benefitted from the booming industry.
The 5th Annual Freetown Fire Hearth Food & Heritage Festival was once again the highlight of the past holiday weekend as hundreds gathered on Missile Beach to commemorate the traditions of the
Event Held in West Palm Beach Attracts Thousands of Families
As the market for direct airlift from European countries has expanded throughout The Islands Of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Island has steadily become the destination of choice when it comes to attra
Members of the Freeport Rugby Football Club have officially begun preparations to welcome approximately 350 players and their families to Grand Bahama Island for this year's 8th Annual Junior Inter
As one of the most historic settlements on Grand Bahama Island, the residents and descendants of Freetown look forward to celebrating the story of their freedom with the Freetown Fire Hearth Food &
With the significant growth of religious tourism throughout The Islands Of The Bahamas, more persons are making a consistent effort to center their travels around religious based occasions.
The Islands Of The Bahamas have always been a prime destination for romance and one of the best vacation spots when it comes to celebrating anniversary milestones.
Abaco, Bahamas: Attendees of the 13th Annual Island Roots Heritage Festival (IRHF) quickly learned that even the rain won’t stop the show in Green Turtle Cay. Hundreds of tourists and locals filled the settlement from May 4-5 to celebrate the shared Loyalist heritage between the residents of Key West, Florida and New Plymouth, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco.
In an effort to continue to take the nation’s flag carrier to new heights, Bahamasair has introduced new 50-seat round trip flights from Bimini to Miami, Florida.