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Travel Requirements inNassau Paradise Island

Ready to treat yourself to that long-overdue getaway to Paradise? It's now easier than ever to visit Nassau Paradise Island. With no required COVID-19 entry tests for travelers, The Bahamas is ready to welcome back guests. Read on to learn more about how to prepare for your vacation in The Bahamas and what to expect when you arrive.

For complete information about visiting The Bahamas, please visit:

The Bahamas Government Travel Update

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Before You Go

As of September 20, 2022,  the COVID-19 testing requirement for entering The Bahamas has been eliminated.

All travellers, regardless of vaccination status, are no longer required to submit to pre-travel COVID-19 testing to enter the country.

While You're Here

You’ll notice more frequent cleaning at your hotel, as well as more hand sanitizer stations and directional signage. Please wear a mask in certain public spaces where requested.

The Bahamas Government Travel Update

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Before You Depart

Effective June 12, 2022, the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) no longer requires U.S. citizens traveling into the United States to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test. 

Please check your return destinations' COVID-19 re-entry requirements before departing The Bahamas. 

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Travelers are encouraged to consult their home country entry requirements website or contact their travel agent or airline for additional detail. 

United States citizens: No test is required for entry to the United States effective June 12, 2022. For full details and updates, visit the CDC COVID-19 page

Canadian citizens: Please visit  for full details.

United Kingdom citizens: Please visit for full details.