The 30-minute radio talk show, Bahamas Travel, is set to launch on WFTL 850 AM commencing on Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. through July 14, 2018.
Hurricane-battered Dominica will get a just over US$19 million payout from the CCRIF SPC – formerly the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility soon.
The Riu Palace Paradise Island suffered some damage during the storm, but this was cosmetic damage, and neither the structure nor the basic services were affected.
Fairmont Southampton did not sustain any significant damage as a result of Hurricane Nicole, and cleanup is well underway.
The new website makes it simpler for couples to budget, organize, and personally design their "Gourmet Inclusive Wedding Events."
Just over 4,000 pounds of garbage were collected in just under 4 hours by volunteers at the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) held this week at the Las Cuevas Beach Facility.
Global Travel & Tourism continues to register strong growth despite challenges from terrorism, political turmoil, global economic developments, and the Brexit decision.
Foodies are in for more delicious family fun this summer as Mexico’s all-inclusive Velas Resorts lure with a new Picnic in Paradise concept.
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation (BMOTA) recently partnered with Alpha Media, a multimedia broadcast company in Palm Beach, Florida to create, produce and broadcast a customized digital radio show to its large, affluent audience.