News category: Religious Tourism

Thousands join iconic civil rights leader in Nassau for PNBC Meeting
Grand Bahama Island can expect to see a spike in visitors, October 27-29, 2016 as hundreds converge at the beautiful Grand Lucayan Resort to attend Faith Fest, a fun-filled weekend designed for spi
On Thursday, June 30th, 2016, the Ministry of Tourism’s Religious Tourism team welcomed Bishop Henry Fernandez to the island of Grand Bahama to host a special Pastoral Luncheon in earnest preparati
A celebration of thanksgiving was held at Clifford Park on March 28 as the Ministry of Tourism hosted its third annual Easter Gospel Festival.
Conference To Be ‘The Biggest Religious Gathering’The year 2017 will be an epic one for religious tourism as international pastor, motivational speaker and filmmaker T.D. Jakes headlines Faith Fest 2017 to be held in Nassau, Bahamas.
The son and daughter of the late Dr. Myles Munroe are determined to continue his Religious Tourism legacy. Find out more here...
Hundreds of International Leaders from all over the world came to The Bahamas to celebrate the life of Myles and Ruth Munroe at the first annual Munroe Legacy Ball.
The movie “War Room” is the backdrop behind the idea to bring a prayer conference to The Bahamas next year and with it over 20,000 followers.
The niche market of Religious Tourism continues to grow on the island of Bimini after a conference attracted scores of religious leaders from throughout the US.
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).