The Islands Of The Bahamas Is Ready To Welcome You

The Bahamas is huge—some 700 islands distributed over 100,000 square miles of western Atlantic Ocean. In the case of the recent Hurricane Irma, the storm passed through The Bahamas without impacting all of it. Unfortunately, the southern islands of Acklins and Crooked Island were damaged by the storm, and Ragged Island was devastated. By contrast Nassau and Paradise Island (a.k.a. New Providence), the capital of the country and main tourism hub, saw only tropical storm wind and rain. Hurricane Maria brushed the southeastern islands but fortunately passed The Bahamas by.

So no The Bahamas was not devastated or damaged from the storms that we are not a perfect place for you to getaway to. We are here, willing, and ready to  help you make the memories that only The Islands of The Bahamas can offer.

Recent Press Releases

Here are the most recent articles speaking to how The Bahamas fared through the hurricane season:

1. What To Know about Traveling To The Bahamas Right Now (Click To Read) - Oct. 3, 2017

2. The Bahamas Tourism Centers Are Fully Functional After Hurricane Irma And Maria (Click To Read) - Sept. 28, 2017

3. The Bahamas Is Back To Business After Hurricane Irma (Click To Read) - Sept. 15, 2017