The Bahamas Closes Its Borders to U.S. Tourists
- July 20, 2020
Less than three weeks after opening its borders to all travellers, The Bahamas announced that it will close its borders to…Read More
The Bahamas has changed its mind on a commercial flight ban which banned visitors from the United States.
On July 19, 2020, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis announced several new updates in a nationwide address, including a restriction placed on incoming and outgoing commercial flights from the US.
However, the government of The Bahamas has officially rescinded that ban.
Instead, all visitors entering via commercial air travel into The Bahamas will be subject to a 14-day quarantine in a government facility at the expense of the traveller. The 14-day quarantine will be followed by a mandatory RT PCR COVID-19 molecular test.
However, visitors entering via private planes and/or vessels will still follow the mandatory entry requirements listed here and will not be required to quarantine.
As of July 28, domestic travel will also be discontinued until further notice.
Now that The Bahamas has canceled its commercial flight ban, we’re excited to welcome you. Choose an island, any island, and let us plan you the best post-lockdown vacation you can imagine.
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