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Island jewels of the sea

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Hidden away amid the Caribbean’s turquoise waters, the Bahamas offers a delicious cocktail of cosmopolitan city life and suburban solitude, making it the perfect destination for any intrepid traveller. From beach bums and sun worshippers, to carnival seekers, romantic honeymooners and daring divers, the Bahamas will seduce you all. Soak up the charm and allure of Nassau, dote over the famous swimming pigs at The Exumas and visit the sailing capital, The Abacos. With the taste of rum on your tongue and the soft white sand between your toes, we guarantee you’ll be mesmerised by the kaleidoscopic vibrancy of the Bahamas.

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Flight Information

Direct Carriers: British Airways operates four flights a week to Nassau, the Bahamas' capital

Indirect Carriers: American Airlines operates indirect flights to the Bahamas via the USA


Most restaurants in the Bahamas automatically add a 15% service charge to your bill, so check before double tipping. If the service was good it's customary to leave a bit extra on top. At a bar, tip a dollar or two per drink and the same per bag for porters. For taxi drivers, round up to the nearest dollar for short trips or give a couple for longer journeys. Most people in the service industry in the Bahamas are not paid well and rely on tips for the bulk of their earnings.


No vaccinations are required for travel to the Bahamas. All travellers should be up to date with routine immunisations. It is important to contact your GP to check for the latest recommendations.

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Visa Information

British Passport holders do not need a visa for stays up to 21 days in the Bahamas. Visas for stays up to eight months should be obtained from the Bahamas Department or Immigration. 


The official currency of the Bahamas is the Bahamian Dollar that is pegged to the US dollar keeping them equal. US dollars are also accepted across the islands. You can exchange your UK currency for Bahamian dollars before you travel and there is no restriction on foreign currency when entering the Bahamas. 

How to get your currency

People usually use the US dollar when on holiday in the Bahamas. If you don’t exchange your UK currency before you travel, you can withdraw cash from a cash machine after arrival. Cash machines offer the best exchange rates, however you will be charged a transaction fee from the bank you are using as well as from your bank at home. The major commercial banks are available throughout the larger islands and tourist areas for exchanging currency or withdrawing cash but they’re not as prevalent on more remote islands so make sure you’re prepared. Avoid exchanging cash at bureau exchanges or hotels where the transaction fees tend to be much higher. Major credit cards are widely accepted on the main islands but you may have difficulty on the more remote isles. Most establishments only accept credit cards with chip and pin.

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