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COVID Airline Travel Updates for the Exuma Islands
The Islands Of The Bahamas are preparing to re-open our borders and welcome international travellers back to our beautiful island nation. The health & wellbeing of our residents and visitors is our number one priority, and we are putting even greater emphasis on making sure The Bahamas is safe and clean for all to enjoy. Here you will find information on our phased Tourism Readiness and Recovery Plan, as well as important forms and links related to travelling throughout The Bahamas.
PRIOR TO ARRIVAL:
- All travellers are required to complete an electronic Health Visa on travel.gov.bs (this link will guide you)
- a COVID-19 RT-PCR Test with a Negative Result
The test must be taken no more than (10) days prior to the date of travel.
Upon arrival, any person presenting a test older than ten (10) days will not be allowed entry into The Bahamas.
Travellers are required to upload test results in the Health Visa portal and present test results upon arrival.
Children under two not required to have the test.
Children between 3 and 10 must take a test unless proof is presented upon arrival that state/county does not administer tests for children in this age range.
- NO quarantine required
- Failure to comply with any of the requirements will result in denied entry.
Please find below the links for the necessary information about travelling into and throughout the Bahamas. We are trying to keep this information as updated as possible.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
Links for more information:
Tourism Readiness Recovery Plan Phase 2 (PDF)