Routes Americas 2025

The route development forum for the Americas

Nassau & Paradise Island, Bahamas
10 – 12 February 2025

Travel Guidance

We are regularly monitoring travel guidance for international delegates attending Routes Americas.

Entry requirements

All visitors will require a passport to enter the country, and upon arriving in Nassau Paradise Island, everyone must fill out an immigration form and complete an oral baggage declaration. In some instances, additional paperwork or documentation may be required.

Passport validity

If you are visiting Nassau Paradise Island, your passport should be valid for 6 months from the date you arrive.

VISA information

The majority of countries can enter The Bahamas without a visa for up to 30 days. Some countries will require a visa, please check with your local embassy or check The Bahamas government immigration page.

Please note if you are travelling via the USA please also check you have a valid Esta to transit via a US hub, if applicable for your passport. More information can be found here.

Please note that Routes is not able to sponsor visa applications but we can supply a letter to support your visa process. Visa application is subject to local country rules and regulations and Informa Markets cannot be held responsible for any miscommunication or changes. If you do require a visa support letter please contact our travel team on routestravelteam@informa.com

Vaccines

Visitors should ensure all vaccines are up-to-date with local guidance, wear insect repellent, drink bottled sources of water and avoid wild animals.

Other health information

Most visitors to The Bahamas do not need special vaccinations before entering the country. However, travellers over the age of 1 year must provide a Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate, if arriving after leaving or transiting certain countries and must be vaccinated 10 days before entering The Bahamas. For an up-to-date list of countries, please visit The Bahamas government website.


Please note that this information is correct as of May 2024. We strongly recommend that you always refer to The Bahamas' official government website, along with the government website of your country of travel, for the most up-to-date information.