NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS – Tourism industry partners are teaming up with government officials in an effort to bring much-needed relief to Family Islands affected by Hurricane Joaquin. The islands most heavily impacted by the Category 4 hurricane include Acklins, Crooked Island, Rum Cay, San Salvador and Long Island.
American Organization USAID donated food, water, bedding and other necessities that were
delivered to the Acklins, Crooked Island, Long Island and San Salvador. Tourism industry partners will coordinate their efforts once the National Emergency and Management Agency (NEMA) has advised aid distribution protocols and the main needs in the various affected islands.
As part of the Tourism Stakeholder’s disaster relief effort Eastern Airlines will soon send a cargo plane from Grand Bahama Island with donated goods to the
GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND, Bahamas – September 29, 2015 – To bid summer adieu, Grand Lucayan, an award-winning, classic Bahamian resort, has developed a new wellness package aimed to help guests transition into a healthy fall routine that will last through the cooler months. The “Feel Grand and Healthy” package includes savings of up to 45% off balcony ocean view rooms, options for leaner meals, spa treatments and complimentary fitness classes and activities.
“We want our guests to feel grand all year-round. This package was designed to support their healthy lifestyles and further personalize their experience at the resort,” said Tom Anderson, Chief Marketing Officer for Grand Lucayan, Bahamas.
To help guests maintain their fitness regime, Grand Lucayan offers an extensive schedule of fitness classes, including spinning, yoga/meditation, boot