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Bahamago Booking Portal Integrates With The Ministry of Tourism’s call Center - Oct 8, 2015 - 5:11:35 PM

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama Island - The Ministry of Tourism’s Call Center is now ready and equipped to service inter-island travel through a new partnership with Bahamian-operated booking engine BahamaGo.

Since its inception in January 2014, the Call Center – launched by Island Outsourcers – has remained a major asset to The Islands of The Bahamas through the Bahamas.com and 1-800-Bahamas communication tools...
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43rd Annual Conch Cracking Festival - October 12th - Oct 8, 2015 - 12:49:25 PM

Grand Bahama, The Bahamas – The 43rd Annual Conch Cracking Festival is slated for Monday, October 12th National Heroes Day Holiday, beginning at 11am in McLean’s Town, Grand Bahama.  Elaine Smith of the Ministry of Tourism said during a press conference on Wednesday that this signature event is the perfect festival where family, friends and guests will gather to enjoy the best in conch cracking competitions, cultural traditions, games and musical entertainment.

Residents are being encouraged to come and spent the day in McLean’s Town...
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Bahamas Ministry of Tourism Expresses Deep Appreciation For Sustained Disaster Relief Efforts - Oct 7, 2015 - 10:00:46 PM

Nassau, Bahamas, October 7, 2015 - The entire tourism sector of The Islands Of The Bahamas has come together in an unprecedented public and private sector disaster relief effort, to speed the delivery of vital goods and supplies to the island populations most severely impacted by Hurricane Joaquin.

“This tremendous outpouring of support from all our industry partners and tourism stakeholders is making an immediate and enormous difference in the lives of our fellow Bahamians,” said Joy Jibrilu, Director General, Bahamas Ministry of Tourism. “Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to all who have contributed to this massive effort, and who continue to work tirelessly to ensure that relief is delivered to these communities in a timely and sustained basis,” she continued.

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Full Relief Efforts Underway in The Bahamas - Oct 6, 2015 - 10:48:11 PM

Tourism industry partners plan to team up with government officials soon in an effort to bring much-needed relief to Family Islands affected by Hurricane Joaquin.

The category-four hurricane mostly battered islands like Acklins, Crooked Island, Rum Cay, San Salvador and Long Island.

During the storm, there were 520 visitors staying in the Family Islands and each of them were accounted for.
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Caribbean Muzik Festival to commemorate Nassau Accord - Oct 6, 2015 - 12:23:00 AM

Nassau, 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.

The occasion also marks the 30th anniversary of the Nassau Accord, hailed as the key step toward ending apartheid in South Africa and securing South African anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela’s release from prison.
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Bahamas Opened For Business - Oct 4, 2015 - 8:56:09 PM

Nassau, Bahamas – Now that the all clear has been given for the entire Bahamas after Hurricane Joaquin stormed through several islands in the Central and Southern Bahamas, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT) is sending the message out that The Bahamas is opened for business.

BMOT is currently working with the relevant agencies to ensure that relief is being given to the affected islands.

“We know that this has been devastating for several islands in the Southern Bahamas and our thoughts, prayers and good wishes..."
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(Fri. 2pm) Bahamas Cruise Ship and Flight changes due to Hurricane Joaquin - Oct 2, 2015 - 2:50:59 PM

Lynden Pindling International Airport will be closed today at 2 pm, 2nd October, 2017, and will reopen at 7 am on Saturday, 3rd October, barring any unforeseen circumstances. All airports in Abaco, Andros, Eleuthera, Great Harbour Cay in the Berry Islands, and in the Exuma Cays will also close at 2 pm today, and re-open at 7am tomorrow, barring any unforeseen circumstances.

The airports in the southernmost family islands will reopen after runway inspections are done by the Department of Civil Aviation, and they are determined to be safe for operation...

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Bahamas Film Commissioner receives CFC - Sep 30, 2015 - 11:03:42 PM

Craig A. Woods, film commissioner for the Ministry of Tourism's Film & Television Commission, was one of three recipients who received the coveted Certified Film Commissioner designation from the Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) at the recently held Cineposium - Film Tourism Summit 2015 in Barcelona, Spain.

Mr. Woods completed the three parts of the AFCI University industry courses by way of online and face-to-face encounters. The programme is geared toward film commission practitioners who are engaged in the production business full-time. Course material includes: Film Commission ...

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Bahamas Ministry of Tourism Partially Activates Hurricane Emergency Centre - Sep 30, 2015 - 9:07:52 PM

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism has partially activated its Emergency Coordinating Committee at the British Colonial Hilton in preparation for Hurricane Joaquin.

The committee represents a cross-section of the Ministry of Tourism that includes senior management and other officers who will monitor the storm’s movements.

BMOT’s crisis management team is closely monitoring the progress of the storm and liaising with the National Emergency Management Agency...

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Bahamians pitch at Caribbean Tales, in Toronto, Canada - Sep 30, 2015 - 4:41:22 PM

Bahamian filmmakers competed as finalists in the Caribbean Tales Incubator program for the chance to have their film projects financed by film investors.

Travon Patton and Tracy-Ann Perpall took part in the initiative that spanned several months and culminated in Toronto during the same time as the 40th edition the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).  It was the perfect environment for building skills and networking with high performers in the film industry, said Clarence Rolle, general manager of the Bahamas Film Commission, who supported the filmmakers at the event...
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Producer Eyes The Bahamas For Future Film Projects - Sep 30, 2015 - 1:19:27 PM

The Bahamas’ pristine, blue waters could once again be the backdrop of another major film.

Film producer Andrew Erwin just wrapped up his new film Woodlawn, which stars actress Sherry Shepard.

Recently, the two were a part of delegation of 20 journalists who were invited on a special familiarization trip to The Bahamas by Lead Pastor Mount Tabor Full Gospel Church Bishop Neil C. Ellis...
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Tourism Minister responds to Carnival email communication mix up - Sep 30, 2015 - 1:11:52 PM

I refer to the business section of today’s Tribune under the heading “DNA Chief, Minister clash over Carnival’s ‘crime advisory’ fear.”

It is rather unfortunate that the leader of the DNA has unwittingly landed himself in the middle of what is now a matter of a police investigation.

Firstly, how did Mr. McCartney get his hands on private email communications allegedly sent to me? I have no record of the emails in question; the emails never reached my computer! It now appears that the email communications from Carnival Cruise Lines were never sent to my address for whatever reason...
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MOT, NAS and BNT Partner For World-Class Bird Watching Training Workshop - Sep 30, 2015 - 12:38:03 PM

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT), the National Audubon Society (NAS) and the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) recently held a special bird watching training workshop in Central Andros to help train persons looking to get involved in this new, lucrative niche market.

The $2.6 billion project – funded by the Inter-American Development Bank – partners with local NGOs in Belize, The Bahamas, Guatemala and Paraguay to utilise the bird-watching market to create sustainable jobs in communities while simultaneously protecting biodiversity and natural resources...
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World Tourism Day 2015 Message by Bahamas Tourism Minister, Hon. Obie Wilchcombe - Sep 27, 2015 - 10:47:45 AM

On Sunday, 27th September 2015, countries around the world and members of the United Nations will celebrate World Tourism Day 2015. Under the theme ‘One billion tourists, one billion opportunities’, the focus this year is on the impact of the tourism sector on economic growth, job creation and development.

As we observe this important day we celebrate that The Bahamas has been a leader in the Global Tourism Industry for more than 50 years. We salute the leaders of our country who stood strong, marched forward and confidently executed a vision for tourism development that has propelled and sustained the economic development of The Bahamas for more than one half century...
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Astronauts invited to The Bahamas - Sep 25, 2015 - 1:08:43 PM

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT) is prepared to prove that The Islands of The Bahamas are just as beautiful up close as they are from space. Tourism officials are inviting NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly to The Bahamas once he completes his yearlong mission orbiting the earth.

Kelly has been in orbit for the last six months and has been documenting his voyage on social media, sharing images of the earth from his vantage point with more than 421,000 followers. He has posted about the beauty of The Bahamas on several occasions.
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Bahamas, Atlanta film officials look for collaboration sequel - Sep 23, 2015 - 12:11:18 PM

The Bahamas Film & Television Commission and the Atlanta Mayor's Office of Film & Entertainment have agreed in principle to maintain a professional relationships, tapping into each other's network of locations and other resources.

The cooperative effort came about after the two offices collaborated with the College of The Bahamas to present an information forum for Bahamian filmmakers.  Filmmakers and college students learned about filmmaking and technical film training opportunities in the forum that came about as a result of a visit to The Bahamas by Kasim Reed, mayor of Atlanta. Mayor Reed was in The Bahamas at the invitation of the Bahamas government...

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Bahamian Musician gets opportunity to shine with Miami Heat Dancers - Sep 21, 2015 - 10:19:18 AM

Nassau, Bahamas – He’s used to ‘shaking it up’ in The Bahamas, but now Bahamian Superstar musician Stevie S’ famous song will be played in the Miami Heat’s American Airlines arena as part of an going partnership between the basketball team and the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT).

Over the last several days, 25 Miami Heat dancers were in New Providence to experience all the island has to offer along while they participated in a photo shoot...
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Follow Your Nose to Grand Bahama! - Sep 18, 2015 - 12:32:10 PM

If Grand Bahama is a vacation spot for you, you’ll want to take in the beautiful, beaches, sites, sounds and tastes of the island. But you can also take home the scents of The Bahamas with you.

The Perfume Factory, operated by Fragrance Bahamas Limited, gives visitors that opportunity.

The Perfume Factory, operated by Fragrance Bahamas Limited, gives visitors that opportunity...
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The Heat Is On! Miami Heat Dancers to Scorch In Photo Shoot in The Bahamas - Sep 18, 2015 - 9:53:14 AM

Nassau, Bahamas – As part of the ongoing relationship with the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT) 24 beauties of the Miami Heat’s dancers are in The Bahamas this weekend to do a photo shoot and give The Bahamas some priceless publicity.

In 2013, BMOT signed a five-year agreement with the Miami Heat to promote the Islands of The Bahamas through its half-time shows, social media websites and the American Airlines Arena...
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“The SCOOP on The BAHAMAS” weekly Radio Talk Show to hit U.S. airwaves - Sep 17, 2015 - 5:45:31 PM

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL  – The Islands Of The Bahamas have unveiled plans to host its very own Talk Radio Show, “The SCOOP on The BAHAMAS” on the JVC Broadcasting 900 AM The Talk Palm Beaches radio station out of West Palm Beach, Florida.  The weekly broadcasts starts September 24th with airings on Thursday's between 4:30 p.m and 5:00 p.m. The show will also be rebroadcast on 103.9 News Radio New York. The half hour weekly talk show which will be hosted by Jeannie Gibson and Earnestine Moxyz, Managers in The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism’s Communications Department, will provide the opportunity to share updates in The Islands Of The Bahamas including new hotels, new activities, new airlift, Heritage Festivals and other signature events on the Islands...
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