NASSAU, BAHAMAS - October 23, 2020 — Nearly 6,000 scuba divers agreed that the turquoise and sapphire waters of The Bahamas are some the best for scuba diving in the Atlantic and Caribbean.
More than 30,000 pounds of essential relief items were delivered to the islands of The Bahamas affected by Hurricane Joaquin as part of the Tourism Sector Relief Effort led by the Ministry of Touri
Bahamians and visitors enjoy the first Run For Pompey on the beautiful island of Exuma. Watch here...
The World Famous Swimming Pigs of Exuma are stealing the spotlight yet again. The sea lovin' pigs recently made their latenight TV debut. Well, sort of...Watch the story here!
While most tourists enjoy the sights, tastes and sound of The Bahamas, a generous couple took the time to donate to the relief of central and southern islands affected by Hurricane Joaquin.
Bahamasair resumes commercial flights into Long Island
More than 30,000 pounds of essential relief items were delivered to the Islands of The Bahamas affected by Hurricane Joaquin as part of the Tourism Sector Relief Effort led by the Ministry of Touri
The Lignum Club Promises “An Exceptional Travel Experience”Residents and visitors traveling to the Family Islands and heading to non-US international destinations now have access to a new posh airport lounge at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
The Department of Civil Aviation advises that the runway at the Deadman's Cay Airport in Long Island has been re-opened to receive relief goods only. No passengers are permitted at this time, due to flooding on the apron.
Organizers of Run For Pompey are donating part proceeds from the Exuma race weekend to Hurricane Joaquin relief efforts. Watch here to find out how you can get involved..
Tourism officials announce plans for 30th anniversaryNassau, Bahamas: The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism has signed on as the host sponsor of the Caribbean Muzik Festival, which will this year commemorate a momentous milestone in the history of The Bahamas.