Hurricane Dorian had a lot of the Caribbean on watch. However, much of the Caribbean was spared, and the only destination widely affected was the Bahamas. So, if you had a vacation to the Bahamas planned, can you still go?
Absolutely. The major destinations of the Bahamas are still open and ready for business. The primary Bahamian islands affected were islands that typically are more local than tourism-focused. However, if you still want to support these islands, you can do so when booking upcoming travel. Many Caribbean travel brands have come together to offer special packages and travel auction items that, if purchased, benefit relief efforts. If, though, you’ve already booked your trip, you can rest assured your visit to the Bahamas will be more or less unaffected.
And if you feel bad about visiting a recently hurricane-ravaged destination, don’t be. In fact, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation recently sent out a message that tourism is desperately needed. The destination receives much of its economic power through tourism and, without it, they can’t recover.
So, if you have a trip to the Bahamas planned, or if you’re considering booking a trip to the Bahamas, don’t hesitate to visit and spend your hard-earned cash. Doing so is one of the best things you can do to keep the islands afloat and recovering from Hurricane Dorian at a rapid pace.
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