The Bahamas expose their attractions and tourist offers in Mexico
Directors of the Ministry of Tourism, Investments and Aviation and representatives of the main companies in the tourism sector will be in CDMX, Guadalajara and Monterrey from May 16 to 20, 2022
A delegation from the Ministry of Tourism, Investment and Aviation of The Bahamas and representatives of companies in the country's tourism sector will visit Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey from May 16 to 20, 2022 to meet with officials from travel agencies, tour operators and media in order to promote the spectacular islands and the unique experiences offered by the 16 main destinations, 700 islands and 2,000 keys and thus increase the arrival of Mexican tourists to The Bahamas.
The Islands of The Bahamas offer unique experiences for everyone, from family trips with spectacular water parks, honeymoons and romantic experiences, fishing, golf, corporate meetings and incentive trips in world-class resorts and exclusive boutique hotels that can be visited. arrive on regular flights, yacht or private plane.
The delegation will be led by Senator Randy Rolle, Global Relations Advisor and Senior Advisor in the Office of The Deputy Prime Minister; Mrs. Bridgette King, Executive Director – Global Sales and Marketing; Raquel Carey, Senior Manager Latin America; Vandia Sands, Coordinator-Domestic Communications; Franz Taylor, Senior Executive - Administrative Operations and Steven Johnson, Regional Manager in Grand Bahama Island and representatives of the main hotels and resorts on the islands, such as Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas, RIU Palace Paradise Island, Sandals Resorts, Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach; Copa Airlines and American Airlines and cruise lines such as Margaritaville at Sea Paradise Cruise.
"We want to showcase the wonderful and unparalleled experiences that await Mexican tourists in the top 16 destinations in our archipelago of 700 islands and 2,000 cays, while promoting why The Bahamas continues to be better," said Senator Rolle, who added that “Mexican travelers are always among the top three Latin American countries with the most visitors to The Bahamas. During the pandemic, we saw their arrivals and stays increase, and we are encouraged by this trend and what we have witnessed in recent years. We have no doubt that the number of Mexican tourists will increase considerably.”
Traveling to the Islands of the Bahamas is very easy from Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey: Copa Airlines has three weekly flights with direct connection to Nassau, through Panama City without the need for an American visa, and American Airlines, Delta and United offer connecting flights through Miami, Dallas, Atlanta and Houston with Nassau (NAS), Freeport (FPO), The Exumas (GGT), Eleuthera (NLH), Marsh Harbor (MHH), among other islands.