Bahamas

Top 10 Things

  • What NOT to do
  • What to do
  • Don't forget to obtain a local driving permit: If you plan to rent a car or drive in the Bahamas, you must obtain a local driving permit from the Road Traffic Department --Sia
    1 0
  • Don't wrap gifts in black or white - These colors are associated with mourning and funerals. --Sammy
    1 0
  • Don't discuss politics unless asked - It's best to avoid potentially sensitive topics. --Ammy
    0 0
  • The Bahamian sun can be intense, so wear sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses to avoid sunburn. --Sammy
    0 0
  • Don't over-negotiate prices at local markets - Bargaining is not as common as in other countries. --Rocky
    0 0
  • Feeding wildlife can disrupt their natural behavior and lead to potential health risks. --Bean
    0 0
  • Don't touch or step on coral reefs - They are fragile ecosystems that need protection. --Sammy
    0 0
  • Speak at a moderate pace to ensure that your words are easily comprehensible to others. --Rima
    0 0
  • Don't disrespect the Junkanoo festival - It's an essential cultural event with deep historical significance. --Lam
    0 0
  • Don't mock or imitate the local accent - It's essential to be respectful of the local accent and not make fun of it. --Sia
    0 0
  • Business in the Bahamas is often relationship-based. Take the time to get to know your business partners and clients. --Tom
    0 0
  • Do consider local customs in gift-giving - Gifts are appreciated in business settings, but ensure they are appropriate and not seen as bribes. --Ricks
    0 0

Topics

Top contributor: Sammy (3 entries)

Copyright © 2024 | Do As They Do | All Rights Reserved