- Go-Pro usage
- Non-motorized water sports
- Snorkel mask & fins
- Personal water float
- Single & double kayaks
- Clear bottom kayaks
- Stand-up paddle boards
- Zayaks (water facing kayaks)
- ESPA fitness center access
- Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout guestrooms and resort public space
- Unlimited local phone calls
- 2 bottles of water, replenished daily
- Electronic newspaper distribution through your personal Crave tablet
- Sunscreen at all towel huts
- Beach and pool setup with seating and umbrellas
Click here for more information. Upon arrival to The Bahamas, visitors are asked to fill out an immigration card, which is collected by an immigration officer at the point of entry. A stub is given back to the visitor, who should keep this and return it to the airline ticket agent upon departure.
- All U.S. citizens are required to present a valid U.S. passport, with an expiry date that is NOT less than 6 months, after leaving The Bahamas.
- Proof of anticipated departure from The Bahamas.
- Two blank passport pages are required for entry stamp.
- U.S. travelers coming for tourism will not need a visa for travel up to 90 days.
- Click here for information on how to renew your passport. Typically it takes 4-6 weeks to renew a U.S. passport.
U.S. Permanent Residents (Non-citizens)
- For visits NOT exceeding 30 days: An original Alien Registration Card (Green Card) is required, along with a national passport (passport from country of birth).
- A Canadian citizen does not require a visa to visit The Bahamas and can remain there for a maximum period of 8 months. The individual, however, must have the following documents:
- A Canadian passport, with an expiry date that is NOT less than 3 months, after leaving The Bahamas (for direct travel) and NOT less than 6 months (if transiting through other countries such as the United States); and
- A return ticket.