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28 Oct 2015

BY TTG Staff


The Islands of The Bahamas

A slice of paradise - your guide to selling the islands


Suzy Trott

Suzy Trott

Commercial director,

Nassau Paradise Island

Maria Grazia Marino

Maria Grazia Marino

Senior regional manager,

Bahamas Tourist Office

The Islands of the Bahamas are sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean starting just 50 miles off the coast of Florida. The archipelago is an ecological oasis featuring 2,000 breathtaking islands (16 main islands) and cays and boasts the clearest water on the planet — with a visibility of over 60 metres. You can see your toes as easily as you can the world’s third largest barrier reef.

We are an international destination with world-class resorts, renowned gourmet dining, duty-free shopping and Vegas-style casinos; all painted with a brush of colonial charm. Nassau Paradise Island provides memorable holiday experiences to couples, families, newlyweds, cultural fans, beach and watersport lovers, and golf and spa enthusiasts. With the range of shopping, dining, casino and nightlife entertainment there is a wealth of experiences and things to do on offer.

Grand Bahama Island is home to the second largest city in the island chain, it’s also the location of the Lucayan National Park nature reserve – complete with mangrove creeks, walking trails and the world’s longest known underwater cave and cavern system. From the historical East End and West End to the modern hot spot of Port Lucaya, having fun is a serious business on Grand Bahama Island.


The Bahamas Out Islands appeal to those who want to enjoy their holidays at a slower pace. When visiting any of them your clients will experience authentic off-the-beaten-path destinations and activities. They are paradise for beach and water-lovers, offering an unparalleled collection of the region’s best snorkelling, diving, fishing, sailing, bird-watching and eco-travel.


The Islands Of The Bahamas truly are a destination where it’s possible to do it all, or to do nothing at all.

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