Grand Bahama Island sunset with Palm Trees

Posted by: gaurikibler | September 24th, 2014

All-Inclusive Resort’s Two-Phased Renovation Focused on Quality of Guest Experience, Environmental Sustainability and Fun

MIAMI (September 23, 2014) – Viva Wyndham Resorts announced today it is nearing completion of the first phase of an extensive upgrade to its all-inclusive Fortuna Beach resort and will re-open the popular destination on November 1. The resort, located in Freeport on Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas, has undergone improvements and upgrades that touch nearly every area of the property and are designed to give guests a more vibrant and welcoming experience.

Central to the resort’s enhancements is an extensive upgrade of the property’s leisure activity infrastructure and its most popular guest rooms. The Fortuna Beach pool area has been completely renovated with new tile, decking and other amenity

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Posted by: gaurikibler | September 17th, 2014

"Steel Away to Grand Bahama, Bahamas" contest launched for Pittsburghers Historic International Cross Promotion between the city of Pittsburgh, and Grand Bahama Island

Fort Lauderdale, FL – September 15, 2014 - One lucky person in Pittsburgh will win a Grand Prize luxury vacation package for two to Grand Bahama Island in The Bahamas in the “Steel Away to Grand Bahama, Bahamas,” contest.

Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board, its members and partners today launched the contest, which ends October 3rd.  It is The Bahamas’ part of an historic, international cross-promotional partnership that they have entered into with VisitPITTSBURGH (Greater Pittsburgh Convention and Visitors Bureau) in a spirit of reciprocity, to bring visibility to each of the participating destinations.

“A visit to the beautiful, sunny Bahamas, known for its magnificent beaches

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Posted by: gaurikibler | June 22nd, 2014

“It’s a celebration of Bahamian music, dance, food and culture”

TAINO BEACH, GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND- Goombay Summer Festival is back! With five Thursday’s of rich cultural excitement and expressions of Bahamian heritage beginning July 3rd- August 7th, 2014. Drawing light on the rich history of the music and dance of the Goombay goat-skinned drum, this year marks the festival’s 40th Anniversary!

Originally launched in 1974, Goombay Summer was a celebration that became a huge draw for visitors. Over the years, Goombay Summer was sometimes called Junkanoo in June and Junkanoo Summer Festival, but more recently, it has returned to its original name. It is a celebration of authentic Bahamian music, dance, cuisine and craft.
Goombay Summer remains a signature cultural event for the Ministry of Tourism and in this tone of festivity, the Ministry continues to celebrate its Golden Jubilee; 50

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