Flights to Nassau, Bahamas (NAS)
All passengers traveling to the Bahamas are required to apply for an Electronic Health Visa, opens in a new window and provide a COVID PCR test negative result issued less than 10 days prior to arrival. For travelers departing on or after July 7, the COVID PCR test negative result must be issued within 7 days prior to arrival. Very limited exceptions to COVID testing apply for Bahamian citizens and legal residents. Travelers will be subject to health screening, including COVID testing, upon arrival. Quarantine is not required. For more information, visit the Bahamas Tourism Authority., opens in a new window
Please be aware that the availability of all activities listed on this page might be affected by restrictions related to COVID-19.
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- Tropical Resorts Slide 1 of 3: All-inclusive resorts and cottages abound across the Bahamian island coastlines, creating an idyllic setting for those seeking a tropical getaway. #SkyMilesLife photo by @sky_team_flyer.
- Quaint Villages Slide 2 of 3: Fun shopping and dining areas dot the islands of the Bahamas, centralized in Nassau, where visitors can sample local flavors in Old Town. #SkyMilesLife photo by @mississippiii
- Island Hopping Slide 3 of 3: Exploring the Bahamas can mean discovering the variety of lighthouses across the 700 islands that sprinkle the Atlantic Ocean. #SkyMilesLife photo by @jarij58
Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS), formerly known as the Nassau International Airport, serves 21 domestic and international airlines, including Delta Air Lines. There are three terminals. Terminal A has one gate and serves domestic and international flights. Terminal B has four gates and serves U.S. and international arrivals. Terminal C has 14 gates that serve U.S. departures.
U.S. and international customs and baggage claim is on the ground level of Terminal B. Food courts and lounges are located on the Departures level of Terminals B and C.
For the comfort of its travelers, the airport has two children’s play areas and two outdoor patios at Terminals B and C.
In addition to stores selling duty-free goods and souvenirs, shopping options include Havana Crafter cigars, Frangipani fragrances, and My Ocean soaps and candles. Dining options include fast-food favorites such as Wendy’s, Starbucks, TCBY, and Dunkin’ Donuts. Full-service restaurants include Bootleggers Bar, Coral Royale Bar, Rhum Runners, and Sushi Rokkan.
Swim with hundreds of Cownose stingrays and feed them by hand at Stingray Experience at Atlantis on Paradise Island. Or swim with dolphins at Blue Lagoon Island.
Book a half-day or full-day fishing charter with Chubasco Charters or Born Free Fishing Charters and angle for trophy fish like barracuda, wahoo, and kingfish.
Take a sailing cruise or watch the day end on a sunset cruise. You can help the captain sheet the sails and helm the controls, or sit back and nosh on gourmet nibbles and sip a glass of bubbly. Operators include Barefoot Sailing Cruises and Seahorse Sunset Dinner Cruise.
Snorkel or dive shipwrecks and underwater reefs where you can spot lionfish, clownfish, sea turtles, and nurse sharks with operators such as Nassau Sailing and Snorkeling Tours, Bahama Divers, or Nassau Scuba Dive.
Tour Pirates of Nassau, an interactive museum devoted to the Bahamas’ colorful history as a hideout for pirates. Learn about life in shantytowns, the famous pirate Capt. Teach, aka Blackbeard, and women pirates.
Nassau has a tropical savanna climate, which means it is hot year-round and summers are quite rainy. The hottest months are June through September with average highs in the high-80s and low-90s. The coolest months are December to March, with averages highs in the low-80s.
Rainy season is May through October, but the wettest months are June, July, August, and September, when average rainfall is four to six inches a month. Rain is practically nonexistent November through April. Hurricane season is June through November.