The Bahamas Hotel & Tourism Association along with industry professionals facilitated a half day workshop for staff at Cape Santa Maria Resort in Long Island.
The Governor General Youth Award (GGYA) programme has brought four new units on stream in places where it’s needed the most – less populated Family Islands.
Bimini Waterkeeper Joseph Darville expresses concern that a massive development plan poses a historic threat to its waters, infrastructure and way of life.
Almost two-thirds of Biminites surveyed for the Resorts World/Genting ferry terminal Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) said they did not want an increase in the island’s existing 52,000 annual visitor numbers.
With the first ever Salt Cay Writers Retreat taking place this month, quite a few of the country’s wordsmiths might grab the opportunity to wear their office shoes to the beach.
After investigating, it appears human error may have led to the door of a Pineapple Air plane opening during a flight.
Last year, stopover visitors to Abaco dropped 22 per cent below the island’s 2007 peak of 111,000 visitors.
Nine Bahamian youths braved scorching temperatures and miles of steep hills in hopes of bringing home a Gold Award from the internationally recognized program.
If you happen to make it to Bimini, you should try these three local establishments. None of them are fancy, they’re all tumble-down shacks but serve the freshest seafood you’ll arguably find anywhere.