Food is now the number one reason people travel to destinations around the globe. With culinary adventure seeking at its height, hungry and adventurous travelers are looking for extraordinary dining experiences with strong cultural and local ingredient focus. And destinations are responding by upping their culinary game with new restaurants and food and wine events to lure even the most savvy traveler.
The changing culinary scene on Grand Bahama Island
I recently returned from my first trip to Grand Bahama Island and Freeport. What I discovered is an island casual vibe with an evolving culinary scene driven by a few ambitious chefs, food artisans, and restaurateurs. Traditional island foods and flavors, such as fresh fish, conch, Caribbean jerk dishes, and tropical cocktails, are in abundance at local spots on the island, but, there is also a new generation of chefs who are
On Grand Bahama it is our business to ensure your vacation experience leaves you feeling rested and restored. It is important to us that the beauty of our island is reflected back on the faces and in the hearts of those who visit. We take pride in extending our local beauty and relaxation secrets with our visitors and we welcome and encourage you to visit our top rated spa on the island.
Renu Day Spa offers an array of services that are sure to pamper, purify, relax, renew and rejuvenate your mind and body. They offer everything from Reiki treatments and massage, to acrylic nails and exotic Bahamian hair braiding, eyelash extensions and customized make up for those special occasions.
The team at Renu is dedicated to providing the best services possible and they understand the diverse needs of people who are visiting the island. Body waxing is a favorite for beach goers and for those seeking the
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