Ahead of the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association’s Caribbean Marketplace, set to take place in Paradise Island from January 22nd-24th, leading mobile web development company World.Mobi have rolled out two extensive city guides detailing the best of the Bahamas.
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism has closed its New York Office, leaving the Plantation, Fla., office as the ministry’s only U.S. presence.
Today, The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) in partnership the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation is proud to announce the grand opening of the newly built U.S. Departures Terminal at Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
BTN talks to The Hon. Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace Minister of Tourism & Aviation, Bahamas at ITB Berlin 2011
As work begins on Baha Mar, a Chinese-financed $3.4bn mega-resort in the Bahamas, BTN takes a look at the largest project of its kind in the Caribbean.
AccuWeather.com reports pieces of the Gulf oil slick are breaking off and beginning to enter the loop current, possibly propelling tar balls towards beaches in the Bahamas and South Florida over the next several weeks.
Tourism in the Bahamas has received a double boost after news that the Baha Mar Resort mega-project is back in business following new funding from China. Meanwhile airlift to the islands has been boosted to cope with a surge in demand for Sandal’s new Great Exuma resort.
The luxury stakes in the Bahamas have been raised several notches following the grand opening of the Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma. Set on one of the Bahamas’ most beautiful Out Islands, it becomes the 14th Sandals resort in the Caribbean, and the first to offer a Greg Norman-designed golf course, plus a host of other world-class facilities.
Ellison Thompson Deputy Director General of Bahamas Tourist Board talks to Breaking Travel News.
At least three cruise ship companies, including Royal Caribbean and Disney, have cancelled excursions to certain parts of Nassau following a series of armed attacks on tourists that has raised safety concerns about the Bahamas.
BTN interviews Tommy Thompson, Deputy Director General, Bahamas Ministry of Tourism at World Travel Market (WTM) London 2009