What is the capital of grand bahama Bahamas?
While Freeport is the largest and more widely populated city on Grand Bahama Island, a western settlement called West End is the actual capital city of the island.
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The islands are low lying, and have no mountains. . The islands of The Bahamas were formed from coral. This is why they are topographically very low. The highest point in The Bahamas is only 63 meters high.
It's from the Spanish word "bajamar" which translates into shallow water. The entire archipelago of The Bahamas is in relatively shallow water for being in the Atlantic Ocean. Google "bahamas nasa" in images and you'll see why this name is fitting...
The Bahamas are in the Atlantic Ocean, north of Hispaniola and Cuba, south east of the United States, and northwest of Turks and Caicos. The country lies between latitudes 20Â° and 28Â°N, and longitudes 72Â° and 80Â°W.
A group of island in the Atlantic Ocean off the southeast coast of the United States
Plants that grow in the Bahamas are the Allamanda and the Centuryplant. Bougainvilleas and coconut palm trees also grow in theBahamas.
By airplane, cruise, or just start swimming from Miami, Florida. hehehe... Bahamas is located in the North Atlantic Ocean on the eastern edge of the Caribbean, 72 kilometers (45 miles) southeast from Florida.
Nassau, on New Providence Island, is the capital and also thelargest city and commercial center of the commonwealth of theBahamas. The city has a popular of 248,948, according to the 2010census. . \n . \n The Capital of the Bahamas is: Nassau .
The Bahamas has mostly just the basics (fruits, vegetables, etc.). Most food in the Bahamas is shipped in from other countries, which is why prices can be fairly steep. But the ocean makes land by the sea very fertile.
There are many activities that you can do in the Bahamas. It depends if you like an outdoor and indoor activities. For outdoor activities, you can go for diving, swimming, kayaking, fishing, shopping, touring around the island and a whole lot more. For indoors, there are also casinos in the Bahamas …if you want to play, or you can go for spa if you want to relax and have a body massage. (MORE)
It is 58 Nautical Miles from the tip of Grand Bahama Island to West Palm Beach, Florida.
Bahamas is a popular vacation destination because of its stunning beaches, picturesque views, and world-class hotel and resorts. There are wide range of activities that are offered in the island. Tourist can explore the beautiful and dream beaches of the island, they can go for shopping, sight seein…g, tours, and a whole lot more. (MORE)
\n . \nNassau is the capital of the Bahamas Islands. It is found o the Island of New Providence and is the first city. The second city is Freeport which is the capital of Grand Bahama. The number one industry is Tourism and is sometimes addressed or called "The Bread and Butter industry" and the se…cond industry is Banking and Finance (MORE)
Christopher Columbus called the island "Baja Mar" meaning shallow sea. During his expedition he noticed that the coral reefs, and sandy shoals in the island that makes it difficult for their ship to navigate. Thus, the name of the Bahamas Island was taken from this name. The word Bahamas means "the …island of the shallow sea". (MORE)
The air distance from Cleveland, Ohio, to West End, Grand Bahamas, is 1,033 miles. That equals 1,662 kilometers or 897 nautical miles.
I am looking for the same thing.. For now my best bet would be around 26 deg 59 N and 79 deg 08 W. This would be just North of the Memory Rock light.. They say 20 miles North of West End in 20 ft of water... Christian Chevalier. Montreal
No the Bahamas is not Hispanic. 80% of the people are of African ancestry and the other are of European decent.
The distance between Cape Canaveral and the Grand Bahamas is only 280 kilpmeters or roughly 175 miles.
bahamian and also a descendant of a Lucayan Indian. Which were the original inhabitants when Christopher Columbus landed here in San Salvador in 1492.
Freeport Container Port is the port authority's main Port of Entry for Grand Bahama and known by the natives as "the dock" however there is also a district called Port Lucaya which is a commercial district comprising hotels, shops, restaurants and marinas for private dockages as well as tour compani…es for glass bottom boating and booze cruises etc. Hope that helped (MORE)
we have all most very restaurant in the states.like outback,bennigans,ect ect.we even have some sushi. Bahamian food rocks!!!!!!!have some conch salad!!!!!!i bet you Americans don't even know what a conch is!- _-
Grand Bahama is about 93.2 miles east to west and at its widest point, 12.42 miles north to south.
The Bahamas yeah, just about any where with big waves. Any beach really, you can even surf where the waves break and where boogie boards are usually at.
The Bahamas are islands. The closest countries are ~ The USA (state of Florida) ~ Cuba
Clarence Town is the capital of Long Island, an island in the Bahamas. (see related question)
Almost as old as the world! Just ask google or answers.com how old the world is, and that's probably your anwer.
Yes .But only on some islands.They are found in and around andros island,But some places where you would never find them in the bahamas are: Nassau Freeport Grand bahama island.
Bahamas comes from the spanish word "baja mar" meaning shallow water. They have no army. 120 plant species only found in the bahamas. No rivers there. National bird: flamingo national fish: blue marlin national tree: lignum vitae national flower: yellow elder. Population 250,000. Good medical facult…ies. Official name: the commonwealth of the bahamas. (MORE)
No. The Bahama are made of limestone, with much of the materialcoming from old coral reefs.
You can, but I'd suggest you rent one instead if you're there for a visit.
Yes if you plan on travelling by Air however, Its safer that waysince your passport is also a valid identification.
There are many ways on how to can get to the Bahamas, you can use a chartered and scheduled air flights, cruise ship, private airplane or private boat. It depends on how much transportation means you can afford to reach Bahamas..
Do I have to have a passport or just ID and birth certificate to go to the grand Bahamas and Nassau Bahamas?
To travel to the Bahamas from the United States you will need a passport (booklet form) if you are traveling by air. If you are traveling by sea, then you can use a US passport card, "enhanced" drivers license or "enhanced" non-driver ID. A birth certificate is not valid for international travel.
Grand Bahama Island is located within a hundred miles of Cuba in the Atlantic ocean, which also makes it fairly close to the US. Many cruises are registered out of Grand Bahama and the bulk of their cruise trips stop here. Also within the coastline of Grand Bahama Island, many cruise companies have …their own private island just for the thousands of people who travel there. (MORE)
"The Grand Bahama Island is located approximately 90 km (56 mi) west of Florida, in the Atlantic Ocean. It is the most northern of the Bahama Islands."
When we speak of imports it is important to understand that crops are imported primarily as fresh, however the fresh crop is a primary product. As the primary product or the raw material, that crop it must be understood maybe converted from a raw material to a value-added product. This projec…t seeks to understand and identify those crops that offer the best potential to penetrate the Bahamian market. What we would like to show is the full potential for these crops. Firstly there is the fresh product and secondly the value-added products that may come from the fresh product. Some examples of value-added products from fresh fruit & vegetables are: frozen, preserved/ dried, canned (whole or pieces), juice, paste, puree, marmalade, jams, and jellies. In 2006 the total import value of these 30 crops (as a fresh product) was estimated to be worth B$31,201,006 dollars. By 2007 the import value for these had increased by B$700,126 dollars an increase of 2.2% to B$31,901,132 dollars. The value-added products for the same crops in 2006 was worth B$12,665,199 dollars, by 2007 this value increased by B$1,862,949 dollars or 14.71% to B$14,528,148 dollars. Therefore in 2006 these 30 crops, fresh and value-added products had an estimated import value of B$43,866,205 dollars. The total value in 2007 for these same fresh and value-added products had an estimated value of B$46,429,280 dollars an increase of B$2,563,075 dollars or 5.8%^. This therefore means if the Bahamas were to grow, all, the fresh product for these 30 crops we would stand to earn as much as B$31.5 - B$31.9 million dollars per annum. Another B$12.7 - B$14.5 million dollars could be realized from their value-added products. Therefore between B$43.86 - B$46.43 million dollars could be injected into the Bahamian economy. This earning would translate into a savings on our import bill thus lowering our Food Bill and increasing our foreign exchange reserves. The savings/earning from these crops may lead to investments into the other 78 crops, thus saving or retaining even more of our money. With more money in the economy we would be able to build agricultural industries, to increase employment, increase wealth and decrease dependence on imports. With each passing year all countries not just the Bahamas will experience a growing population, Agricultural Land shrinkage and water shortages. By the year 2050 it is estimated that the world population will increase by three (3) billion people.The Bahamas must begin to produce, now, if we are to have a chance of feeding ourselves or if we simply want to make money. Conditions for Agriculture are ideal in the Bahamas, we have sunshine 365 days a year, we have a relatively small population, we enjoy close to five million visitors per year, we have knowledgeable farmers, and we have knowledgeable buyers who are experts in supplying the demand for this market. Our buyers understand agriculture and know quality. The Bahamas is blessed with more land than Jamaica, and although our land is not as fertile, it's better than Israel. Israel must produce from deserts and pump water from miles below the ground. No such problem in the Bahamas although we lack rivers, we have a relatively high water table. While in the Bahamas we do not have much arable land, we do have some, it is also possible to improve our soils and if that fails we may also look to green houses and hydro phonics. Today's agricultural technology is opening new doors for agricultural production. The time is ripe for growers and buyers to work as partners, growers produce, buyers distribute, the money they earn and save can only benefit the Bahamas. We must cease our dependence on imported food, as the cost of that food will only continue to go up. Of the 30 crops identified sixteen (16) more than half, have a potential to be million dollar industries. Onion, the #1 ranked crop, saw the value of imports increase over half a million dollars from 2006 (B$2,303,714) to 2007 (B$2,852,197). During that period both quantity and value increased, in 2007 we imported 5,262,948 (lbs.) pounds while in 2006 we imported 4,585,969 lbs. The price from 2006 to 2007 also increased by two (2) cents per pound. Irish potatoes, the #2 ranked crop, has a potential to earn $3.4 million dollars annually as a fresh product and up to B$7.0 million dollars as a frozen or prepared product, making it the crop with the greatest potential, over ten million dollars per annum. In 2007, the Bahamas imported almost $4.0 million dollars worth of Lettuce, while in 2006 we imported $3.5 million all in its fresh form. Types of lettuce imported include: iceberg, romaine and head. Tomato, a favourite, was one of a few crops where the import value decreased; this is attributed to the success of tomato production in green houses. In 2006 the value of tomato imports was B$2,962,731 by 2007 it decreased by $598,774 or 20.2% to B$2,365,957. The value of imported by products of tomato increased B$82,059 or 6.1% from B$1,341,295 in 2006 to B$1,423,354 in 2007^. (MORE)
There are no official seats but the district council meets in Matthew Town on Great Inagua.
The Bahamas named Nassau its' capital because when the Eleutheran Adventurers were here the moved to Nassau, and they saw it was easier to live there so they named it the capital of The Bahamas
Grand Bahama Island belongs to the country of The Bahamas or formal title Commonwealth of The Bahamas. Grand Bahama has a population of 56,000 and is only 56 miles from Florida.
The Grand Bahama Island has an area of 1373 square kilometers or 530 square miles. The Grand Bahama Island is the fourth largest island from the Bahamas.
Grand Bahama is the northernmost island of the Bahamas island chain. It is approximately fifty-six miles off of the coast of Florida and its easiest access point is in Freeport Harbor.
There are way too many to just list. Check below for the relatedlinks and that will take you to the wiki article of all of theBahama Islands.
Many travel websites have reviews for hotels and other services. Trip Advisor offers a list of 20 Grand Bahamas hotels in comparison. Coral Beach Hotel and Condos in Freeport is ranked number one of the 20.
Andros Island is in the Bahamas.Nassau is the capital city of the Commonwealth of theBahamas.
Freeport, Grand Bahama, is not part of the United States, and does not have "zip" codes.
Long Island is in the Bahamas.Clarence Town is the capital of Long Island. Nassau is the capitalcity of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
The Berry Islands are a chain ofislands in the Bahamas. Nassau is the capital city of theCommonwealth of the Bahamas.
Mayaguana is an island in theBahamas. Nassau is the capital city of the Commonwealth of theBahamas.
San Salvador is the capital andlargest city of El Salvador, a country in Central America.
Andros Island is in the Bahamas.Nassau is the capital city of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
The Berry Islands are a chain ofislands in the Bahamas. Nassau is the capital city of theCommonwealth of the Bahamas.