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Enrich Your Clients’ Bahamas Vacation With The People-To-People Program

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If you have clients heading to the Bahamas who are seeking more than beautiful beaches, you may want to introduce them to the destination’s People-to-People program, where cultural exploration meets warm hospitality.

For over four decades, the People-to-People program has been delighting curious travellers, offering an array of ventures in culinary exploration, cultural immersion, natural wonders and family-friendly activities.

Getting involved is simple: your clients simply fill out an online form before their trip, sharing travel dates, group interests, and any other special details about their vacation. From there, the friendly people at People-to-People will work to find a perfect fit

Best of all? The program is completely free. Once they have been matched with a volunteer ambassador, your clients can prepare to be whisked away on a journey of discovery. These friendly locals open their hearts, eager to share their love for their island home.

Following are a couple of examples of what your clients could experience on Grand Bahama, home of the popular destination Freeport.

Delight in Local Cuisine and Biodiversity

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Collete Williams’ delicious Bahamamian Breakfast – Photo courtesy of Jennifer Bain. (Photo Credit: Bahamas Ministry of Tourism)

With the People-to-People Breakfast Experience in Freeport, visitors are welcomed into the homes of volunteer ambassadors like Collete Williams to savour a traditional Bahamian breakfast. They’ll indulge in an array of signature dishes such as Johnny cake, Johnny bread, grits, and rum cake, complemented by homemade “bush tea.” 

Other choices include exploring the Bahamian Brewery, where visitors can observe the intricate process of crafting Bahamian beers. At the Coral Vita Farm, they’ll discover the fascinating world of coral restoration, learning about the vital role these ecosystems play in sustaining indigenous marine environments.

No matter which activity your clients choose, these experiences offer unique insights into both traditional gastronomy and innovative conservation efforts.

Embark on a Cultural Journey

The People-to-People program enables visitors to see the landmarks of Grand Bahama and interface with the culture in an entirely new way.

While experiencing the dynamic energy of Port Lucaya Marketplace, visitors will not only discover the array of boutiques, restaurants, and bars but also gain impactful insights from a knowledgeable, local tour guide.

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PHOTO: Grand Bahama, The Bahamas. (photo via Flickr/James Willamor)

They can dive into the depths of Lucayan National Park, home to one of the world’s largest underwater cave systems, or bask in the true beauty of Gold Rock Beach’s pristine white sands. Other choices include personalized outdoor activities like snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, and horseback riding all while being accompanied by guides who are thrilled to share their love of the lush land and stunning sea.

And don’t let your clients miss out on the tasty offerings at Fish Fry Night in Smith’s Point, connecting with locals through the People-to-People program all while adding an extra layer of authenticity to their vacation.

Whether it’s exploring bustling marketplaces, experiencing delectable Bahamian meals, or participating in community events, the People-to-People program offers a compelling, collaborative pathway for your clients to get the most out of their trip to The Bahamas.

Trip planning begins here.

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