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Bahamas Offers Virtual Person-to-Person Experience

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The Bahamas has indeed opened up to receive travellers from various countries. Demand for holidays to the Islands is currently at an all-time high.

However, many people do not want to travel because they feel a pandemic is still threatening. To get around this, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation has a unique way.

Since yesterday, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation opened a People-to-People program virtually allowing everyone to experience the culture of the Bahamas.

Virtual travellers will “walk” with historian Arlene Nash Ferguson to learn about Bahamian culture and heritage, enjoy an afternoon watching the setting sun, cook like a local, and more.

“The People-to-People program offers a unique opportunity to enter the homes of Bahamians and truly immerse oneself in our culture,” said Dionisio D’Aguilar, Minister of Tourism and Aviation of the Bahamas.

He expressed pride in bringing unique experiences in the Bahamas to the virtual stage with their ambassadors. “We are delighted to share our love with travellers once again,” he continued.

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