The Bahamas Is Open For Business
- July 6, 2020
The Bahamas officially opened its borders July 1, 2020. If you’re planning a 700 Islands and cays vacation, here’s what you need…Read More
Explore The Bahamas with Explore The Bahamas, no pun intended! Feel free to call us ETB!
If you’re reading this because you stumbled on our website from social media, welcome!
Travelling around The Bahamas can be complicated. For the most part, people consider Nassau as the whole Bahamas. Not realizing we’re an archipelago of islands and there are 700 islands. It’s easy to get confused and we want to simplify it so you can experience the “tru tru Bahamas,” as we like to say.
To do this, we walk you through the trip planning journey, from arranging charters, pre-stocking your villas, we’re here to make you comfortable and as home, as possible. Think of us as your personal trip planners, there is no way you won’t enjoy yourselves when you choose us.
What You Can Expect
On the blog, everything Bahamas related. You can expect the new and upcoming unique travel experiences, the best tours, the best foods, anything tourism or travel related. As well as personalized curated adventures for you to replicate and maybe add your town twist on it. We’re dedicated to staying on top of trends so you can always have the best at your fingertips.
In the upcoming weeks, we will add pre-planned itineraries, merchandise, adventures and a lot more. Keep an eye out.
Fun Facts about ETB
As you may or may not be aware, conchs may be extinct in The Bahamas in as little as ten years.
If you’ve never been to The Bahamas, conch is a staple in our dishes. We prepare conch in so many ways that when you leave you can’t think of conch without thinking of The Bahamas because no one does it better.
We love conch so much, we overfish it, and this habit is making it increasingly difficult for the conchs to reproduce. For conchs, the only way to mate is in a group of 50 or more conchs. This habit will cause conchs to die without reproducing, which leads to conch being extinct.
Because of what conch means to our industry and our economy, Explore The Bahamas has made a commitment to donate a portion of every booking made on our website to the conchservation fund that will assist with the repopulation of conch in The Bahamas. One booking equals one conch.
Booking with us just makes sense.
Planning a trip to The Bahamas, read this before making arrangements! Can’t wait to see you!