Grand Bahama Island sunset with Palm Trees

Posted by: gaurikibler | July 25th, 2012

GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND, The Bahamas – (July 3, 2012) – Relaxation and soft adventure await travelers on Grand Bahama Island, the Bahamas island that is home to stretches of uncrowded beaches, water sports and live entertainment. According to KAYAK, consumers are in hot pursuit of travel to Grand Bahama Island, which was up 57 percent in searches (April 2012), but despite the demand resorts are committed to delivering affordable, air-inclusive rates as low as $89 per person per night.*

At Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour, an upscale, all-suite oceanfront hideaway with a new on-site dive center, air-inclusive rates start as low as $221 per person per night; at Pelican Bay at Lucaya, a charming boutique hotel featuring stunning water views and complimentary continental breakfast served poolside, air-inclusive rates are as low

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Posted by: gaurikibler | May 2nd, 2012

The Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival is returning to Grand Bahama Island! The Festival will feature: Movies made in The Bahamas, Underwater Cinematography Workshop by award-winning cinematographer Paul Mockler, Independent Films, Complimentary outdoor screenings, Student Film Competitions, and more. Filmmakers receive complimentary travel and lodging at Pelican Bay Hotel. info@fliff.com .
For booking information please visit the official landing page for this event by clicking here.
As a part of their ongoing efforts in Film Development, the Ministry of Tourism & Aviation, in conjunction with the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF), and the Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board, is pleased to announce “FLIFF On-Location: Grand Bahama Island.” FLIFF, now in its 27th year, however, for the second time, the festival will feature an offshore component, ‘FLIFF

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Posted by: gaurikibler | April 17th, 2012

GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND, The Bahamas – (April 09, 2012) – Starting today, travelers can book nonstop flights* between Grand Bahama Island and four U.S. cities including Richmond, Virginia; Louisville, Kentucky; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina and Baltimore, Maryland. The flights start May 17, 2012 in place of Vision Airlines’ previously operated service.

Located just 55 miles east of South Florida, Grand Bahama Island is home to a variety of resorts that fit every budget, nestled among miles of beautiful beaches. Its assortment of cultural experiences and ecological wonders make Grand Bahama Island ideal for nature-based activities including kayaking, dolphin experiences, scuba diving, fishing, airboat eco-adventures, jeep safaris and bike tours.

According to KAYAK, consumers are in hot pursuit of

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