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Annual Events

Annual Bahamas White Marlin Open
Spring Break Festival
Junkanoo Parade & Festival
 

Current Events

  Junkanno Festival Junkanno Festival (Jan)
This street fair and spectacular parade of music, dance and costume runs from 6:00 p.m. through midnight in the downtown area of Freeport, starting at Explorer¡¦s Way and West Mall Drive.

  Valentine's Day Sailing Week Valentines Day Sailing Week (Feb 18-19)
The Valentine's Day Sailing Regatta is an exciting weekend of championship racing that takes place off Montagu Bay on East Bay Street. This event is a festive occasion with food vendors selling native Bahamian food on the Montagu Park during the races.

  Island Independence Festival Island Independence Festival (July 10)
Booths will line the streets of Alice Town, Bimini, as we celebrate the anniversary of our nation's independence. There will be local dishes, like fried fish and guava duff, drinks - including Kalik beer and gully wash - and Bahamian music playing all day long. Come, share in the games and excitement; feel the rhythm and soul of our Bahama islands.

  Endura Sport Triathlon Endura Sport Triathlon (Nov 9)
The EnduraSport Triathlon Series expands to four great venues for 2006; New York, Illinois, Philadelphia, and the Bahamas. Each event will feature multiple races to challenge you.

 

 

 

Special Highlights

  Attractions Attractions
It¡¦s true that beaches are a big attraction in The Bahamas. But something that won¡¦t be found on the shores is the rich history and culture of each island and its people.

  Boating & Sailing Boating & Sailing
Since the day they were first discovered by ship, the 700 islands in The Bahamas have increasingly become a magnet for sea vessels. Fuel up. Chart a course. Uninhabited cays, hidden coves, annual regattas, and modern marinas will sweeten the voyage.

  Ecotours Ecotours
The ecosystem of The Bahamas is a natural playground for a variety of ecotour pursuits. Hook up with guides for exploration under the water, on the water, and across the terra firma.

  Family Fun Family Fun
Maybe it¡¦s Bahamian familial values or our appreciation for big smiles of the small variety. Regardless, special programs for children abound. Give the sitter a vacation, too. Bring the kids along. See The Bahamas in a way only a child can.

  Golf Golf
Championship fairways and greens await golfers eager to bring their game to a new level¡Xmere feet above sea level. The scenery can turn even a bad round into a flawless day of vacation.

  Fishing Fishing
See why The Bahamas has produced over 50 record catches. Come for big-game tournaments, deep-sea charters, or to witness the vigorous strike of the bonefish.

  Shopping Shopping
Bring an appetite for authenticity. Today¡¦s Bahamians continue the tradition of early island natives by using local resources to create distinct items that reflect their heritage. Straw markets reveal foods, spices, ceramics, crafts, art, and music.

 

 

 

Media

 

Radio Stations

  MORE (94FM) MORE (94FM)
http://www.more94.com

  Cool (96FM) COOL (96FM)
http://www.cool96fm.com

  Splash (89.9FM) Splash (89.9FM)
http://www.splash899fm.com

 

Newspapers

  The Bahama Journal The Bahama Journal
http://www.jonesbahamas.com

  The Sun The Sun
http://www.znsbahamas.com

  The Nassau Guardian
The Nassau Guardian
http://www.thenassauguardian.com

 

Television Stations

  ZNS TV ZNS TV
http://www.znsbahamas.com