Travel Advisory Update: November 2nd, 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

The health and wellbeing of residents and visitors is the number one priority for the Bahamian Government. Therefore, the Bahamian Government has put even greater emphasis on making sure The Bahamas is safe and clean for all to enjoy. Here you will find information on important forms and links related to traveling throughout The Bahamas.

Those who booked travel under the former protocols that required an RT PCR test taken seven (7) days prior to travel will be permitted to enter The Bahamas with their Bahamas Health Travel Visa and negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result, through November 6, 2020, only.

PRINT your COVID-19 RT-PCR Test and bring it with you while traveling

  • The name and address of the lab, where the test was performed, must be clearly displayed on the test result.

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

  • Once in possession of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result, apply for a Bahamas Health Travel Visa HERE
  • Click on the International Tab and upload test results and other required documents.
  • Fees for the Bahamas Health Travel Visa, inclusive of Day 5 Rapid Antigen Test and mandatory health insurance, are as follows:
    • $40 – Visitors staying up to four nights and five days.
    • $40 – Citizens and returning residents.
    • $60 – Visitors staying more than four nights.
    • Free - Children 10 years and under

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