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Best Eats at Family Island Sailing Regattas on May 10, 2019

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There once was a time when sailboats were a lifeline to Bahamian natives, providing transport to and from their island neighbours and access to the world at large. Today, these age-old traditions of Bahamian boat-building and sailing are kept alive through what are known as the highly-anticipated annual regatta series. Things kick off early in…

Top Six Fun-in-the-Sun Summer Festivals in the Islands

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Around here, when we think about summer, our minds tend to conjure up images of long, bright, sunny days, colourful Independence Day celebrations, languid days spent at the beach and out on the boat and, of course, delicious, juicy mangoes bursting with ripeness. But apart from the warmth of the Bahamian sunshine, our summers are…

Get to Know Bites of Nassau Tour Guide Alexia

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At Tru Bahamian Food Tours, we think that one of the reasons our Bites of Nassau Food Tasting & Cultural Walking Tours are so unique is because of the incredibly interesting personalities charged with leading our groups each day. So, we thought we’d introduce you to some of these tour guide extraordinaires so you could get to…