The Bahamas Prepares for 11th Annual International Travel Partners Conference

The 11th Annual International Travel Partners Conference (ITPC), a marketplace for information on resorts, tours, new developments and the 700 islands of the Bahamas returns to Nassau, Paradise Island May 20-23. The event will be held at Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort. ITPC will provide more than 100 international travel buyers with the opportunity to meet one-on-one with hotel executives, ground transportation companies, Bahamas Ministry of Tourism officials, promotion board representatives from Nassau/Paradise Island, Grand Bahama Island and the Out Islands and suppliers of other travel services. ITPC is open to tour operators and wholesalers from North and South America and Europe, among other international destinations. Visit [www.bahamasITPC.com] to access conference registration, a detailed itinerary; information on discounted flights to Nassau, Paradise Island and to pre-schedule one-on-one business meetings. The buyer registration fee is $199 and includes three nights' accommodations at the new Cove Atlantis, Paradise Island, scheduled meals, post-conference tours and optional activities.

FREE Virtual Event

Pivoting Back to Travel: Phase 4

Are you prepared to guide your clients through the “new normal” of travel? Join us December 15, 2020 from 1pm-2:20pm EST for Pivoting Back to Travel: Phase 4. The upcoming installment of our FREE virtual series will feature presentations from the Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, and Seabourn on their most up-to-date travel procedures, health & safety protocols they’ve implemented to keep guests safe, activities that are open to visitors, what your clients need to know while on their trip and more! Visit www.pivotingbacktotravel to view the full agenda and register for your FREE pass.

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