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Over the weekend of May 19 -20, the 8th Annual Jr. International Rugby Festival took place at the Freeport Rugby and Football Club (FRFC) on Grand Bahama Island where local players were given a unique opportunity to learn new skills from competing teams in the region.
Religious tourism got a major boost this week as over 700 Pentecostal Assembly of the World delegates are in The Bahamas for its Spring Bishop Board meeting at the Grand Hyatt, Baha Mar.
Anticipation is escalating as 14 Junior Directors of Tourism from around The Bahamas prepare to compete in the Annual Junior Minister of Tourism Speech Competition on Thursday, March 22, 2018, at Superclubs Breezes Resort.
Bahamas Young Chef Holds 26th annual CompetitionOver 60 up and coming chefs from all over the Islands of The Bahamas got the chance to go head to head from March 12-15 at the 26th annual Bahamas Young Chef Culinary Competition.
Large groups of people stumbled on a bit of luck, this past weekend when they discovered the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (MOTA) planned and hosted St.
THE CURRENT, Baha Mar’s original arts program, gallery and studios, made its international debut in New York City during VOLTA NY, a celebrated contemporary art fair known for its creative discover
Over 1,200 of the most influential business women from across the USA gathered at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Orlando for three days of networking and professional empowerment at the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit (BEWOP).
For the past five years, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation has been celebrating a theme night with the Miami Heat organization, as part of its cultural exchange and partnership.   On March 1, they did so again, during the Heat’s game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida -March 9, 2018 – More than 11,000 cruise and maritime industry professionals from around the world attended the recent Seatrade Cruise Global Conference at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center, March 5-8, 2018.
The Glass Window Bridge on the island of Eleuthera is closed at this time due to dangerously high sea swells and is expected to remain closed until the relevant Government Agencies have done the necessary inspections and declare the bridge open for safe passage.
As winter weather continues to plague many cities across the U.S., The Bahamas' elite team of marketing professionals have been harnessing a number of travel trade shows opportunities to promote The Bahamas as the ideal vacation spot.

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