Things To Do In This Caribbean Nation For August

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The Bahamas‘ summertime celebrations are in full flow, with a range of brand-new activities, famous performers, and exciting events happening all across the islands. Before making travel plans for their upcoming vacation to The Bahamas, visitors should be sure to check out the numerous exciting summer events and sizzling discounts.  This summer, the Lynden Pindling International Airport reports strong tourism numbers.

The Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau advises travelers to arrive 3 to 3.5 hours before the scheduled departure time of their international flight because the airport’s preliminary passenger numbers for the summer are stronger than they were pre-pandemic in 2019 and in anticipation of busier months ahead.  Goombay Summer Festivals: Celebrate Bahamian Culture — Twelve islands, including Andros, Long Island, and Eleuthera, will host the annual Goombay Summer Festivals in August.

Visit Atlantis Paradise Island and Go Glamping Under the Stars — Atlantis Paradise Island’s new Marine Life Camping Adventure enables visitors to get close to marine life while engaging in exclusive activities like kayaking with dolphins and snorkeling at dusk.  Celebrate the launch of Baha Mar’s new partnership with SelvaRey Rum by Bruno Mars. Baha Mar will host a Labor Day weekend celebration at SLS Baha Mar from September 1–4, 2022, to commemorate its new collaboration with SelvaRey Rum, a new booze brand owned by Bruno Mars. Tickets for Anderson and Bruno Mars gigs. Paak are accepting reservations.

Reopening of The Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina on Paradise Island has reopened after undergoing a complete renovation. It now offers more than 6,000 feet of berths, concrete floating docks, and a 240-foot turning basin large enough to accommodate the most opulent superyachts.

Discover Eleuthera with The Cove Eleuthera, a recently updated hotel A special package that enables visitors to fully experience the beauty of the island is being made available by The Cove Eleuthera to those who reserve a three-night minimum stay. A half-day guided island tour, a $200 resort credit, and a picnic lunch for two prepared by a chef are all included in the package. There are room rates.

source the bahamas ministry of tourism, investments & aviation

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