GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND – December 18, 2019 – Travelers are invited to experience the island-inspired food, Junkanoo-style entertainment and the warm hospitality of Grand Bahama Island which has seen a number of revitalized developments following the passage of Hurricane Dorian.
According to Ian Rolle, Acting Chairman, Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board (GBITB) Board of Directors, the island is pleased to welcome restored and enhanced transportation services as well as additional new offerings at existing hotels and attractions, making Grand Bahama Island once again a much sought after destination. “The resumption of air service from the United States following a successful
The Isles of the Caribbean is, without a doubt, a world away from the normal hustle and bustle of everyday life. With transparent glistening turquoise waters to the sparkling soft sands of the beach, it sure beats a day at the office, doesn’t it?
During your stay in Grand Bahama, you’ll quickly realize that describing this wondrous place as “breathtakingly beautiful” is still somewhat of an understatement. Spend some time learning the Bahamian culture and enjoy a full day of waterskiing, swimming with the dolphins, hiking and just about every other outdoor sport.
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