NASSAU, Bahamas, May 28, 2020 – The Bahamas Prime Minister, The Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis, this week, announced initial plans to reinstate tourism to the country.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to advise that recent reports from the World Health Organization (WHO) indicate that the COVID-19 virus has now spread to more than seventy-five (75) countries. At least, forty-seven (47) of these countries have ten (10) cases or less. Some are reporting their first cases. Significantly, however, there is a prevalence of cases emerging in a few selected countries. According to the Director-General’s 4th March 2020 Briefing, almost 90% of those cases are from three countries: Iran, South Korea and Italy.
While biting cold chills the UK capital of London, Londoners are being inspired with visions of sunnier horizons. Some of London’s iconic buses travelling the key city routes and tourist hotspots are transforming their journeys with scenes of pristine beaches, junkanoo and the world-famous swimming pigs of The Islands of The Bahamas.
Alice Town, Bimini: The Tourism Development Corporation(TDC) in conjunction with its strategic partners the University of The Bahamas (UB) and the Small Business Development Cent
Plans include redevelopment of Freeport cruise ship terminal and new world-class destination with a one-of-a-kind hotel, convention center, water adventure park and more.
The world’s largest floating book fair is coming to Nassau!
NASSAU, Bahamas- The Ministry of Tourism & Aviation, along with industry partners, attended the Routes Americas 2020 conference recently in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Bahamas presents gift to one of its Hurricane Dorian Relief Heroes Chef José Andrés at premier Wine & Food Festival in South Florida
Boutique hotel brings a new level of sun-soaked sophistication to the island of South Andros
Cacique International Ltd, The Bahamas’ premier Destination Management, Event Design, and Production Company, and their President Shawn M.
The Movie Masters forum returns to Nassau and Grand Bahama this month, giving Bahamian filmmakers access to accomplished Hollywood professionals.