Check out this brief Bahamas travel guide and my blog posts at the bottom.
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Bahamas travel basics
What currency is used in The Bahamas?
Bahamian dollars are the currency of The Bahamas (Check out xe.com for the most up-to-date currency conversion–they have a mobile app too!)
What time zone are The Bahamas in?
The Bahamas are in the Eastern Time Zone, also known as GMT -5
What are The Bahamas visa/passport requirements?
No Visa required and you’re allowed to enter The Bahamas with just your U.S. passport alone and it must be valid at your time of entry into the country.
What language do they speak in The Bahamas?
English is the official language of The Bahamas.
Where to stay in The Bahamas
Though The Bahamas is small, it’s ripe with places to stay as it’s a major tourist destination.
When you decide where in The Bahamas you want to visit, I recommend reading hotel reviews on Tripadvisor, then booking your room through Booking.com (my favorite booking site).
– Travel insurance. Unfortunately, things can and do go wrong when you travel. World Nomads offers coverage for more than 150 activities as well as emergency medical, lost luggage, trip cancellation and more.
My blog posts on The Bahamas
On this page you’ll find all my articles on The Bahamas… one for each day I spent there.
I’m happy to answer questions about my time there in lieu of writing more blog posts on the subject but, in the meantime, check out these posts on The Bahamas.