Free Passports Offered by the Bahamas

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism is offering free passports to visitors to Nassau/Paradise Island, due to a program that reimburses travelers the fees for the application and execution of U.S. passports. Eligible travelers must visit Nassau/Paradise Island between January 17 and March 31. A minimum stay of two nights at one of 19 participating hotels is also required and includes such properties as Radisson, Sandals and Wyndham. Four rebates per room are allowed. The offer is only valid for new passports issued between December 20, 2006 and March 24, 2007. Visit [www.nassauparadiseisland.com].

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