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Bermuda’s National Tourism Plan Released

A new National Tourism Plan for Bermuda was unveiled at the Bermuda Tourism Summit today [Oct 24], detailing the country’s roadmap to success for a balanced and growing tourism industry through 2025 A BTA spokesperson said that a “wide cross-section of the island’s […]

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Column: Protecting Our Marine Environment

[Written by environmental charity Greenrock] How fortunate we are that the powerful Hurricane Florence took a more Westerly route on its recent course. While our thoughts go out to those impacted by the storm on the US mainland, Hurricane Florence […]

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Government intervenes over Shelly Bay

The Government made an about-turn last night on plans to house beach concessions in old shipping containers on Shelly Bay Beach. Jamahl Simmons, the Minister of Economic Development and Tourism, confirmed that the Bermuda Tourism Authority plans for Shelly Bay […]

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BTA’s Beach Economy Vision

Have a look at a collection of public presentations, speeches and information papers that are relevant to the Bermuda tourism industry. https://www.gotobermuda.com/bta/presentations

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Old containers Used in Shelly Bay revamp

Old shipping containers could be given a new lease of life at an island beach. The Bermuda Tourism Authority has proposed temporary concessions based in recycled containers at Shelly Bay as part of a plan to make Bermuda’s beaches more […]

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Raft Up Organiser Promises Underwater CleanUp

The organiser of the Shelly Bay Raft Up at the weekend has said he will look at better trash disposal and a clean-up team for water-based parties for future events. Jason Sukdeo, who organised several events over the National Heroes […]

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Beaches pass tests for levels of bacteria

Bacteria levels at Bermuda’s beaches are well within environmental guidelines, according to the latest figures from health watchdogs. A report by the Department of Health revealed some spikes in enterococci, a group of bacteria used as an indicator of pollution […]

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BEST urges businesses to protect island

A green charity yesterday called on new entrepreneurs to be properly informed of environmental regulations to prevent running afoul of them. A spokeswoman for the Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce said that a drive to encourage new businesses could lead to […]

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Concern Over Coot Pond ‘Commercialisation’

The Bermuda Environmental Sustainability Taskforce [BEST] and Greenrock said they are “concerned about the creeping commercialisation of areas outside of the five beaches plan of the Bermuda Tourism Authority.” “Under the existing plan only five beaches are designated for development and […]

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