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Fantastic Program - best way to experience the Bahamas.

I contacted Bernadette at the People to People program about a month prior to arriving in the... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2015
Raoa
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California
Best tour of Grand Bahamas !!!!!!

Best tour ever with Anthea and her daughter Arimal was so nice to have a personalized one to one... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2015
Maria K
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Edmonton, Canada
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A tour program sponsored by the Ministry of Tourism intends to give visitors an informal view of Bahamian hospitality and way of life as they truly are.
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29 Nov 2015
“Fantastic Program - best way to experience the Bahamas.”
14 Jul 2015
“Best tour of Grand Bahamas !!!!!!”
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Reviewed 30 November 2015

I contacted Bernadette at the People to People program about a month prior to arriving in the Bahamas. She was fantastic and set up numerous contacts for us. We were on a quest to find records of an ancestor who had died in the Bahamas...More

1  Thank Raoa
Reviewed 15 July 2015

Best tour ever with Anthea and her daughter Arimal was so nice to have a personalized one to one experience where we could decide the length of time spent on each location including the Gold Rock Beach, farm and petting zoo, caves at the national...More

1  Thank Maria K
Reviewed 3 March 2015

We contacted the Bahamas "People to People" program a few weeks before a recent visit to Nassau (during a cruise on Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas). They put us in touch (via email) with a local artist, Malcolm Rae. Malcolm met us at the...More

1  Thank LindaOOOXXX
Reviewed 13 August 2014

My husband and I recently took a trip to Paradise Island in the Bahamas. This was our first time there and our daughter signed us up for a program called people to people sponsored by the Bahamas department of tourism. We were matched with a...More

3  Thank Murene S
Reviewed 12 May 2014

ive never been away from scotland the mighty scotland it was great it was fantastic here in scotland

1  Thank john e
Reviewed 18 March 2014

We were connected with Albena and had a great time with her. This island is so full of friendly people; quite refreshing. Albena was stopped by many young adults all over the island, and hugged. That gives you an idea about her. We saw the...More

2  Thank wahinisis
Reviewed 19 February 2014

my 3 friends and i (women, ages 49/49/50/53) were in nassau in january 2014 as part of a 3 night cruise out of miami. this was the 6th time we had done this cruise so we wanted to try something different in nassau. we tried...More

5  Thank jody02145
Reviewed 31 December 2013

My children and I just returned from a cruise to Nassau where we participated in the People to People program for the short time we were in port. I began communicating with Bridgette at the Ministry of Tourism office a couple of months ago. Shortly...More

10  Thank Tina V
Reviewed 20 December 2013

My girlfriend and I took part in the People to People program and were partnered with a first time volunteer named Donyale and she was awesome! She picked us near the main fountain once you get off the cruise ships and drove us around the...More

5  Thank djbool
Reviewed 6 November 2013

My wife and I had the pleasure of finding the People to People program through the Bahamas Tourism website. We were paired with a wonderful gentleman who spent time teaching us about the past and future history of the Bahamas. He met us at the...More

4  Thank EastCobbFamily
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