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Wonderful experience...

My girlfriend and I stayed on Paradise Island 10/31-11/6 for a girls trip and we contacted the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jill V
Uniontown, Pennsylvania
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
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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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4 weeks ago
“Wonderful experience...”
29 Nov 2015
“Fantastic Program - best way to experience the Bahamas.”
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My girlfriend and I stayed on Paradise Island 10/31-11/6 for a girls trip and we contacted the People to people program and they matched us up with Sherrie who was absolutely wonderful. We really wished we had more time to spend with her, but she...More

Thank Jill V
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
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