Bahamas Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced Sunday that he country will close its borders to travelers from the United States starting Wednesday, July 22.
The Bahamas border is open once again for international travelers. Beginning on Wednesday, July 1, international visitors are allowed to travel to The Bahamas, with the exception of visitors from China, Iran, Italy and France.
Over April and May, participants will embed themselves into three beautiful island destinations – Andros, Exumas, and Eleuthera – are among those that weren’t impacted by the storm, as they dive into local cultures and complete various projects in important natural areas.
Officials for the U.S. State Department have issued a level 2 travel advisory warning for the Bahamas due to crime, including burglaries, robberies, sexual assault and risks associated with using unregulated recreational watercraft.