Travel Trends 2022: Long Term Stays and Family Trips

Nassau, Bahamas – November 29, 2021; A revolution is changing how we live and work, bringing about a revolution in how we travel. The COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly untethered tens of millions of people from the need to work in specific places at specific times. They can now work from anywhere, travel any time, and […]

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Updated Requirements for US Air Travel

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced a new Order for all air passengers traveling to the United States—please read the full details on the new requirements at travel.state.gov and CDC.gov. Starting on November 8, foreign national air travelers (i.e. who are not U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents) to the United […]

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BHTA President Backs US New Vaxx Policy

Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) President Robert “Sandy” Sands has called US President Joe Biden’s new policy requiring that all foreign travelers entering the United States be vaccinated as of November 1, “a very positive thing for The Bahamas”. The policy, which was announced on Monday, is part of that administration’s six-pronged strategy to […]

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Carnival Pride Returns to Freeport Bahamas

FREEPORT, BAHAMAS, September 17, 2021 – As part of Carnival Cruise Line’s highly anticipated return to guest operations, Carnival Pride arrived in Freeport, The Bahamas, today, the first time a Carnival ship has returned with guests since March 2020. Carnival Pride’s seven-day Bahamas cruise departed from Baltimore on Sept. 12 with additional stops in Nassau […]

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Bahamas Placed On Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ List By US

The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association’s (BHTA) president called it “regrettable” that the US has placed The Bahamas on its Level 4 “do not travel” list. Yesterday, the US State Department placed The Bahamas on its Level 4 (Very High) travel advisory, warning Americans to not travel here due to the high cases of COVID-19 infections. The advisory […]

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