Grand Bahama Island sunset with Palm Trees

Posted by: carmel | November 9th, 2020

The Tropical Destination Is Currently Open with Safety Measures in Place and Looking Forward to Welcoming Visitors During the Holiday Travel Season and Beyond

NASSAU, Bahamas, November 9, 2020 – Calling all island lovers: The Bahamas is open and welcoming visitors. With new, streamlined entry protocols put in place by the government of The Bahamas, travelers planning to embark on an adventure to the island nation can better and more seamlessly enjoy a Bahamas vacation experience, while ensuring that our islands remain a safe and healthy destination for all to enjoy.

Many hotels, resorts and local businesses throughout The Bahamas are operating and accommodating guests with enhanced cleaning and safety measures, including those on the Out Islands, ideal for travelers seeking a more socially-distanced, secluded vacation.  See details

Posted by: carmel | October 31st, 2020

Mandatory Vacation-in-Place Requirement is Replaced by COVID-19 Health Insurance, Monitoring Procedures, and On-Island Rapid Testing for Those Staying Longer Than Five Days

For Immediate Release

NASSAU, Bahamas, October 31, 2020 – The Islands of The Bahamas today announced streamlined entry protocols that will enable visitors to better and more seamlessly enjoy The Bahamas vacation experience.

Effective 1 November 2020, The Bahamas will require all travelers to:

1.     Obtain a COVID-19 RT PCR test five (5) days prior to arrival.

2.     Apply for a Bahamas Health Travel Visa at

3.     For the duration of the visit, complete a daily online health questionnaire for symptom tracking purposes.

4.     Take a COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test on Day 5 of the visit (unless departing on day 5).

5.     Always wear a mask

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Posted by: carmel | October 31st, 2020

NASSAU – October 29, 2020 – The days of daydreaming of paradise from your makeshift home office or classroom are over. The Islands of The Bahamas announced its new Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay (BEATS) program, a one-year residency permit designed to allow professionals and students to pack their laptop and their swimwear as they march to the island rhythm of their own drum, remotely, from The Bahamas.

BEATS applies to those whose workplaces and classrooms have shifted from face-to-face to virtual as COVID-19 has brought unprecedented flexibility to the traditional work from home environment. With 16 islands to choose from and plenty of breathtaking views, visitors can forget about daydreaming about a tropical vacation and start living it.

“What has always been unique about The Bahamas and even more so significant today, is

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