Gran Bahamas Island
The fourth largest island in The Islands of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Island is one of the most popular for families looking to get away and those who love the outdoors. Located less than 60 miles east of Florida, this vacation destination is full of natural beauty and charm. Visitors will enjoy miles of beautiful white-sand beaches with year-round tropical weather. In the main town of Freeport, tourists can experience Bahamian city life at the Lucayan Marketplace, tax-free shopping and an array of local dining options featuring delicious fresh fish. Travelers will also appreciate the peacefulness of the Island, with its miles of natural forestry that enclose limitless stretches of secluded and pristine, powdery sand beaches.
Grand Bahama Island offers the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation for everyone in the family. The crystal-clear water is a playground for water sports of all kinds, from kayaking and scuba diving to boating, fishing and parasailing. Nature lovers will relish in the variety of wildlife that makes the island an extraordinary wonder.
Citizens from countries other than the US and Canada are required to present a valid passport to enter The Bahamas, which must be current up to your travel period, and some countries are also required to have a Bahamas visa. If you are departing The Bahamas for a country that has the passport validity requirement of six (6) months beyond the dates of departure, then that requirement will be enforced. You must also have a return, or onward journey ticket, hotel confirmation (if staying at a hotel, or name and address of residence) and proof of funds to support your visit. To view the entry requirements for your country of birth, please visit the link below.
NOTE: If you are using an electronic ticket, please show Immigration a copy of your travel itinerary and ticket number.PASSPORT refers to a valid passport from the individual’s country of birth.VISA refers to a Bahamas visa only. If a person is born in one country and resident in another (other than the US or Canada), the documentation required is based upon the country of birth.