Visa requirements for Bahamian citizens

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According to the "Henley Visa Restrictions Index 2013," Bahamian citizens can travel to 137 countries and territories visa-free or with visa on arrival.[1]

Where visa-free access is permitted, such access is not necessarily a right, and admission is at the discretion of border enforcement officers. Visitors engaging in activities other than tourism, including unpaid work, may require a visa or work permit.

The following countries offer visa-free travel or visa-on-arrival facilities to citizens of the Bahamas.

Africa[edit]

Countries and Territories Allowed Stays
 Botswana 90 days
 Comoros Visas issued upon arrival (determined the length of stay and fees charge)
 Egypt(only South Sinai resorts) 14 days visa on arrival free of charge
 Kenya 3 months
 Lesotho 14 days
 Madagascar 90 Visas can be issued on arrival for 140,000 MAR
 Malawi 90 days
 Mauritius 6 months per year
 Saint Helena 90 days
 Seychelles One month
 Swaziland 2 months
 Tanzania 3 months
 Uganda 6 months
 Zambia 90 days
 Zimbabwe 3 months

Americas[edit]

Countries and Territories Allowed Stays
 Anguilla 3 months
 Antigua and Barbuda One month
 Aruba 3 months
 Barbados 6 months
 Belize One month
 Bermuda 6 months
 Brazil 90 days
 British Virgin Islands 30 days
 Canada 6 months
 Cayman Islands 30 days (extendable up to 6 months)
 Chile 30 days
 Colombia 90 days
 Costa Rica 30 days
 Dominica 21 days
 Dominican Republic 30 days (Tourist card issued on arrival for USD10)
 El Salvador 90 days
 Falkland Islands 90 days (Visitors Permit issued on arrival
 Grenada 3 months
 Guatemala 90 days
 Guyana 90 days
 Haiti 3 months
 Honduras 90 days
 Jamaica 6 months
 Mexico 180 days
 Montserrat 3 months
 Netherlands Antilles 14 days
 Nicaragua 90 days
 Panama 90 days (Tourist Card issued on arrival for USD 5)
 Peru 90 days
 Saint Kitts and Nevis 3 months
 Saint Lucia 28 days
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines One month
 Suriname 90 days
 Trinidad and Tobago 90 days
 Turks and Caicos Islands 90 days
 United States 30 days (No visa required if applying for admission via U.S. Preclearance in Nassau or Freeport; Visa required if applying for admission from any other port-of-entry)[2]
 Uruguay 90 days

Asia[edit]

Countries and Territories Allowed Stays
 Armenia 120-day visa issued upon arrival
 Azerbaijan 30-day visa granted upon arrival for US$ 100
 Cambodia 30 days Visas issued on arrival
 Georgia 360 days [1]
 China 30 days
 Hong Kong 90 days
 Israel 3 months
 Japan 3 months [2]
 Jordan 1 month entry visas issued on arrival for 10 JD
 Laos 15-days Tourist Visa issued upon arrival for US$30
 Macau 30 days
 Malaysia One month
 Maldives 30 days
   Nepal 60 days or 120 days Tourist Visa issued upon arrival
 Philippines 30 days
 Singapore 30 days
 South Korea 3 months
 Sri Lanka 30 days (ETA required. cost: US$ 30) [3]
 Timor-Leste 30-day visa issued upon arrival for US$30
 Turkey 3 months visa issued on arrival

Europe[edit]

Countries and Territories Allowed Stays
European Union Schengen Area 90 days [4]
 Andorra 90 days [5]
 Bulgaria 90 days [6]
 Gibraltar 90 days
 Guernsey 6 months (same as UK)
 Ireland 3 months
 Isle of Man 6 months (same as UK)
 Jersey 6 months (same as UK)
 Moldova 90 days [7]
 Romania 90 days
 United Kingdom 6 months

Oceania[edit]

Countries and Territories Allowed Stays
 Cook Islands 31 days
 Federated States of Micronesia 30 days
 Kiribati 30 days
 Niue 30 days
 Palau 30 days
 Samoa 60 days
 Solomon Islands 3 months (Visitors Permit issued on arrival
 Tonga 31 days Tourist Visa issued free on arrival
 Tuvalu One month
 Vanuatu 30 days

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