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WTM Virtual: Back to the Bahamas for Christmas as the islands reopen to tourism

The tropical islands of the Bahamas have officially reopened their borders to international travellers with the message “we can’t wait to get started”.

The country welcomed back visitors from November 1, with COVID-19 protocols in place, to protect visitors and residents.

The Bahamas' big hotels are soon to follow, with many set to reopen for the Christmas period. The Warwick Paradise Island plans to reopen on November 21, and Nassau Paradise Island’s Grand Hyatt Baha Mar is scheduled to reopen on December 17. The reopening is part of the resort destination’s phased reopening, which will later include Rosewood Baha Mar and SLS Baha Mar.

The islands offer fishing, diving, boating and spectacular stretches of water and beaches for thousands of miles.

British Airways' direct flight from London Heathrow to Nassau is yet to resume.

https://www.bahamas.com/tourism-reopening


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