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Bahamas Preparing to Resume International Tourism on July 1 with New Health & Safety Protocols in Place 
Category 4 Hurricane Joaquin Moving through Central Bahamas
As Hurricane Joaquin storms into The Bahamas, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT) has fully activated its Emergency Coordinating Committee at the British Colonial Hilton to monitor  visitors in all of the Islands of The Bahamas.
Bahamasair wishes to advise the travelling public, that due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Joaquin, several flights will be cancelled on October 1, 2015. Read more here...
More than 50 million American subscribers to the top African American journalists will repeatedly hear and see about The Bahamas thanks to an initiative stemming from a partnership between Lead Pastor of Mount Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church Bishop Neil C. Ellis and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT).
Competition Has Doubled Since InceptionOver 800 young men and women gymnasts from over 56 countries are expected in The Bahamas to participate in the fifth Atlantis Crown Invitational held at Atlantis Paradise Island on December 17- 21, 2015.
Sites and Sounds To Make You Fall In Love With the Capital CityAlthough all of The Islands of The Bahamas are magical wonders, each having their own charming culture, mouthwatering food and natural beauty, most visitors experience the City of Nassau before any other island.
In a recent study conducted by the travel and loyalty solutions experts at Switchfly, the top destinations for Americans over Labor Day weekend were revealed.  The results?  Overwhelmingly, America
The countdown to the 2nd Popeyes Bahamas Bowl is on! Today marks the kickoff to the college football season.
Several Ministry of Tourism retirees recently paid a courtesy call on Minister of Tourism the Hon.