It's been just over a week since the Northern Islands of The Bahamas were devastated by Hurricane Dorian and the questions on most persons mind is "How are things in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian?"
While there is no questions that Hurricane Dorian was the worst Hurricane to hit The Bahamas in modern times, leaving a trail of unimaginable, death and destruction in Abaco and Grand Bahama, which will need a lot of help and work as we rebuild.
The answer is really simple the Bahamas is up and ready for brides and grooms, as most of the popular destination wedding locations were unaffected by Hurricane Dorian.
When speaking about the Bahamas you may think that it is one complete land mass but the Bahamas is actually an archipelago - 100,000 square miles stretch of sea containing over 700 islands and cays.
And while the Northern islands of the Bahamas island chain were battered by Dorian the Islands of New Providence - Nassau & Paradise Island, Andros, Eleuthera & Harbour Island, Exuma, Long Island, Cat Island were minimally affected. Meaning that the venues used to host up to 99.90 percent of destination weddings in the Bahamas are up and ready for Brides.
Check out the map provided courtesy of Valentines Resort a popular destination in Harbour Island, showing green dots on the unaffected islands.
If you have a wedding planned for the Bahamas, chances are you have absolutely nothing to worry about as your chosen resort or wedding venue is waiting to welcome you and your guest.
However, it is important for you to contact your resort or wedding specialist as soon as possible, so that they will be able to confirm that there is really no need for concern. You can also call or WhatsApp us at 1-(242)-395-8495 or Click Link to ASK Glenn your wedding questions and we will be happy to help.
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