Beginning NOVEMBER 1, 2020:

The Government has postponed the Rapid Antigen Tests at the Port of Entry and will require the test on the 5th day of stay at this time.

  • The Government intends to remove the “Vacation-in-Place” (VIP) protocols beginning November 1, 2020.
  • All persons traveling to the Bahamas must obtain a negative COVID 19 RT-PCR (swab) test taken no more than five (5) days prior to travel.
    Important to note – Day One is the actual test date. Please bring a hard copy of your negative test result and approved Travel Health Visa with you for airline check-in.
  • Children 10 years and younger are exempt from testing. However, you still must apply for a Travel Health Visa for them.
  • All Travelers will be required to apply for a Bahamas Health Travel Visa at travel.gov.bs
  • For the duration of the visit, Visitors will complete a daily online health questionnaire for symptom tracking purposes.
  • Beginning November 14th, Trip Interruption Health Insurance will be mandatory.  This will be included in the cost of the Health Travel Visa.
  • There will be a cost applied for the Health Travel Visa.  The fees are inclusive of the Day 5 Rapid Antigen Test when applicable as well as mandatory Trip Interruption Health Insurance.

         $40 – Visitors Staying up to four nights and five days

         $40 – Citizens and Returning Residents

         $60 – Visitors staying more than four nights

         FREE – Children 10 and Under

  • If visitors stay beyond 4 nights and 5 days, a Rapid Antigen Test will be required.
  • This test will be available on property
  • The wearing of masks and social distancing guidelines remain in effect.

***If assistance is needed through the Health Visa process, please contact the Health Visa Compliance Team***

(242) 502-0829

healthvisa@bahamas.com

We appreciate your patience as we navigate this fluid situation. All of us at Tiamo Resorts look forward to making your next Out Island experience the most memorable one yet!

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Go Fishing In Andros

A lack of boat traffic on its waterways makes Andros the spot for bonefishing in the Bahamas. But save time for snorkeling, too. Flipper-kick your way around the reef system to spot coral of all types, including staghorn, brain and elkhorn coral. In addition to bonefish, keep your eyes peeled for yellowtail, angelfish, grunts, and trumpet fish.