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Updated Covid-19 entrance regulations

Gosh, what a time we have all had around the world with this Covid-19 pandemic. If nothing else the pandemic has made us spend more time at home with family, in many cases a plus side. Covid-19 unfortunately is being stubborn about going away so we have to, for the foreseeable future, learn to live with it and be very cautious with social distancing, hand washing and keeping to small groups. I am sure that like me you feel it is time for a change of scene, a holiday with close friends of family spending it in an environment where you feel safe from Covid-19 germs. Well, you are in luck!

The Bahamas announced this week that as of November 1st visitors will not have to quarantine upon arrival. They will just have to have a RT-PCR negative test carried out within 7 days of travel and have upon arrival a rapid antigen test and another after 4 days. Before arrival a Bahamas Health Form must be completed . If your visit is 4 nights/5 days the second antigen case will not be necessary. Commercial flights should be back on a good schedule into George Town from mid October which will allow easy access into Exuma.

It is possible to come to Exuma now in October with Silver Airways flying in from Fort Lauderdale. With the quarantine regulations in place you can still have a wonderful holiday at The Conch House. We can arrange food deliveries, chef cooked meals, water and your favourite beverage brought to the door. There is so much to do at the house for a perfect holiday. From kayaking trips to the blue hole, board games, ocean side pool lounging, 4 acres of private gardens, no neighbours; it's the perfect social distancing spot.

For further information on the entry requirements please check out:

Any further information please do ask. We look forward to welcoming you :)

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