March 2013 Data Update

 

BAHAMAS REPORTS

Bahamas Visitor Arrivals 2012 - This is the latest available Immigration Department sourced data providing visitor arrivals to The Bahamas segmented by stopover and cruise visitor arrivals.  Data is broken down by areas (Nassau-Paradise Island, Grand Bahama, Family Islands) as well as by island.  To view go to: Bahamas Visitor Arrivals 2012

Vacation Accommodation Market Report 2008-2012 - This report provides detailed data on the profiles and experience ratings for stopover visitors to The Bahamas for periods January - September, 2008-2012. Data is provided for visitors staying in EP properties, all-inclusive properties and vacation homes. To view go to: Vacation Accommodation Market Report 2008-2012

2012 Visitor Arrivals-Profiles Year in Review Industry Report

The 2012 Report from the Ministry of Tourism provides some details behind the numbers.  that talks in detail about the numbers. It contains in depth analysis of some of the Bahamas' key markets and talks about where our business came from.  The key information is on pages 3 to 9. To view go to: 2012 Visitor Arrivals-Profiles Year in Review Industry Report

Cruise Ship Schedule – 2013 - Schedule of cruise ships arrival and departures for the year 2013. To view go to: Cruise Ship Schedule – 2013

Cruise Visitor Arrivals 2012 & 2011 By Month & Quarter - This is the latest available data providing a year-on-year comparison. To view, go to: Cruise Visitor Arrivals 2012 & 2011 By Month & Quarter

March 2013 Tracker - Comparative analysis of airfare prices from NYC and Florida to Nassau, Abaco, Exuma and Grand Bahamas, measured against other key competing regional destinations. Also shows breakdown of scheduled airlift to all key airports in The Bahamas. This latest analysis focuses on the month of March 2013. To view go to: March 2013 Tracker

Summary Report for January 2013 NasPI Hotel Performance Summary - A compilation of data in summary provided to BHA and the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation by large NPI hotels for January 2013. To view, go to: Summary Report for January 2013 NasPI Hotel Performance Summary

SPECIAL REPORTS

Romance Market Facts  2008-2012 - This report provides detailed data on the wedding segment of the romance market from 2008 to 2012. To view go to: Romance Market Facts  2008-2012

Honeymoon Market Report 2008 to 2012 - This report provides detailed data on the honeymoon segment of the romance market inclusive of demographics and  seasonality from January to August, 2008 - 2012. To view go to: Honeymoon Market Report 2008 to 2012

World Travel and Tourism Council 2013 Bahamas Report

This detailed report summarizes the tourism picture and outlook for The Bahamas.  It shows how we rank globally on a number of key destination performance indicators.  The full report can be seen by going to: World Travel and Tourism Council 2013 Bahamas Report

CARIBBEAN INFO...

STR Caribbean Lodging Dec 2012 and All 2012 - Provides a regional comparison of performance and includes aggregate results provided by 15 participating BHA member hotels. To view, go to: STR Caribbean Lodging Dec 2012 and All 2012

CTO Jan 2013 Statistical Report - Caribbean Tourism Organization’s visitor arrivals report by country for the region, showing stopover visitors as well as cruise visitors. Comparatives are difficult due to variances in country reporting times. To view go to: CTO Jan 2013 Statistical Report

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