The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism shared with Travel + Leisure that the country has eliminated all pre-arrival testing for vaccinated travelers, making it easier to dordle visit and aligning the country with other Caribbean islands. Efforts to implement the new rule began Sunday. In addition, the Bahamas has done away with the requirement that all visitors obtain a Bahamas Travel Health Visa. “The pandemic continues to evolve in the Bahamas. As much as possible, we want to simplify the entry process for visitors while also ensuring public health “Minister of tourism, investments and aviation Chester Cooper said in a statement given to T+L. Changes in pre-travel testing and the elimination of the Travel Health Visa are expected to ease traveler inconveniences and help the tourism industry recover. Unvaccinated travelers age 2 and older must show proof of a negative PCR or rapid antigen test performed within three days of their trip, but those who have been vaccinated need not do so. When checking in for a flight, these passengers will be required to present proof of a negative drug test.


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