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.
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation hosted a staggering four group familiarization trips from August 2017 through the end of the calendar year, bringing nearly 20 reporters and social influencers to discover the unfiltered, authentic experiences found throughout the Islands Of The Bahamas.
The best of Bahamian culture will be showcased on February 3rd and 4th during the third annual Tru Tru Bahamian Festival.
It’s better in The Bahamas for the Web.Com Tour, which will see golfers head to two islands on The Bahamas for the second year in a row to tee off for a double round of golf.
Four women are about to get the surprise of their lives while on their vacation in The Bahamas thanks to the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation’s (MOTA) latest social media promotion, Say Yes In The Bahamas.
The Bahamas is gracing the pages of esteemed global travel publication Conde Nast Traveller yet again. This time, the magazine highlights the 10 best things to do in Nassau.
Hundreds of fans of the University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB) Blazers and the Ohio University Bobcats couldn’t hide their excitement as they attended the fourth annual Bahamas Bowl on December 22.
As a part of their holiday initiative,
Before they score touchdowns at the Thomas A. Robinson stadium on Friday, the two teams competing in the fourth Bahamas Bowl touched down in Nassau, officially kicking off Bahamas Bowl Week.
As 2017 comes to a close, leading travel publication Condé Nast Traveller is reminding readers the world over that it will be even better in The Bahamas in the New Year.
A new bar tour is in town and it’s giving guests a chance to taste The Islands Of The Bahamas from their glasses.