The Ministry of Health & Wellness advises the public that as a consequence of the identification of a new COVID-19 Variant of Concern (VOC)— Omicron (B1.1.529), the Government of The Bahamas has imposed travel restrictions on travellers from the following countries from midnight of 29 November 2021:
(Pictured Above: Plaque Exchange by Hon Dionisio D’Aguilar, MP, Minister of Tourism and Aviation, Joy Jibrilu, Director General Ministry of Tourism & Aviation,  Vernice Walkine , President
New Accommodations, Updated Private Island and More to Debut for 2022 Season 
Island embraces role as newest homeport destination to RCI’s Adventure of the seas
Crystal and local partners will offer a 100% Bahamian experience to guests
Bahamas Culture on Full Display in Miami
With bands playing, national anthems ringing out and the pulsations of Junkanoo, Bahamian leaders, businesses and stakeholders celebrated a long-awaited historic milestone today as more than 1,000 passengers boarded Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas ready to set sail from its embarkation port of Nassau for the first time in the cruise line’s history, and a first for The Bahamas.
NASSAU, Bahamas, June 14, 2021 – The Bahamas is poised for a big comeback this su
In an effort to mitigate the impact of growing passenger traffic and COVID-19 protocols, key stakeholders at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) have finalized plans to ensure that passengers can be safely and efficiently processed through the airport during what promises to be a busy upcoming summer travel season.
Taking place from June 14th - July 22nd, this training aims to impart the fundamentals of concierge service to participants to result in customer service behaviours consistent with luxury cruise brands.