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700 islands and deserted beaches

A whole range of convincing reasons for vacationing in the Bahamas is being presented at ITB Berlin.

The Bahamas stand can again be found in Hall 22a at this year’s ITB Berlin. Along with representatives of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board and various services providers from around the many islands that make up the Bahamas will also be available for discussions on Stand 112.

700 islands, mainly deserted, white Caribbean beaches, crystal clear, sparkling sea water in every shade of turquoise, unspoiled tropical green nature, swimming pigs and friendly, laid back people – that’s the Bahamas. As well as the tourism centre of New Providence/Paradise Island and the capital, Nassau, some 30 other islands are inhabited and 16 of them, known as the Out Islands, have been opened up to tourism. The Out Islands have such evocative names as Long Island, Cat Island, Abacos, Exumas and Eleuthera. The Bahamas have a population of just under 350,000, and 230,000 of them live in the capital, Nassau, which accounts for its vibrant lifestyle. A complete contrast is provided by the Out Islands, where everyday life is more relaxed and easygoing. The peak travel season is between November and May, and the spring months are particularly popular with yachtsmen because of the constantly favourable winds.

Hall 22a, Stand 112

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