The Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board is a membership organisation representing all the major hotels and villas in Nassau, the capital of The Bahamas. Whilst powered by the hotels, we recognise that your holiday decisions are made based on experiences - cultural attractions, food experiences, access to stunning beaches and interactions with the local people of the destination. Here, and on our own web site, you will find a plethora of fantastic information and recommendations on the many things there are to do that will make your experience in The Bahamas extra special and memorable.
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Nassau Paradise Island is, and has always been, committed to the health and safety of our guests. To make your visit a comfortable, relaxing, and safe one, our partner hotels and resorts are adhering to or exceeding best practices recommended by The Bahamas Ministry of Health, World Health Organization (WHO), US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Our new guidelines include enhanced hotel cleaning and sanitation practices and guest protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Bahamas is now open to visitors although still on the UK government's amber list, meaning people who are not fully vaccinated will need to self-isolate for 10 days and take PCR tests on days 2 and 8 after their return. Vaccinated people will not need to isolate on return but will still need to take the Day 2 PCR test. For entry into The Bahamas, double vaccinated visitors currently don't need to supply a negative PCR test - however from 6th August they will need to provide evidence of a negative test - either Rapid Antigen or PCR - as well as evidence of the vaccination.
The Bahamas require all travelers to:
In addition, all visitors are required to opt-in to mandatory COVID-19 health insurance when applying for their Health Travel Visa. The insurance will cover travellers for the duration of their stay in The Bahamas including medical treatment and hospitalisation due to Covid. However, the policy does not cover Medical Evacuations and Repatriations to countries outside of the US and Canada. Please ensure that your own travel insurance would cover this in the eventuality that you need to be repatriated as a result of Covid.
Please visit Bahamas.com/travelupdates for important information before booking your trip. We’ve missed you, we’re ready to welcome you, and we can’t wait to see you soon!