The health and wellbeing of all who enter or reside in The Bahamas remain the number one priority, and diligent efforts are enforced to minimize the spread of COVID-19. The following travel and entry protocols have been put in place to ensure The Bahamas is a safe and clean destination for all to enjoy.

UPDATE as of March 2, 2022

NASSAU, Bahamas, 2nd March 2022 — The Government of The Bahamas has relaxed the after-arrival Covid-19 testing mandate due to declining cases and international protocol adjustments. Therefore, effective immediately, The Bahamas no longer requires a post-travel test generally taken on the fifth (5) day after arrival regardless of the individual’s vaccination status.

“The Bahamas remains guided by the science and our health professionals.  It is important to remain fluid and adapt our protocols to reflect a changing environment,” said Acting Prime Minister the Honourable I. Chester Cooper, Bahamas Minister of Tourism, Investments & Aviation.

For Travel into the Bahamas, A Travel Health Visa is required.  Please see a link to apply for your Bahamas Travel Health Visa.

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