Bahamas
Extended
Access
Travel
Stay

Changes in the world of travel have altered how we work, study, explore and unwind, inspiring imaginative ways to combine learning and work from home routines with an authentic island experience. With that in mind, it's a pleasure to announce BEATS: Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay, your chance to find your rhythm and call our islands home for up to a year.

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Work Remotely

Work-life in The Bahamas naturally involves a bit of play. After a productive day punching keys, immerse yourself in island culture and hospitality. The People-to-People experience, for example, is the perfect opportunity to meet with local ambassadors eager to share a piece of island life with travellers.

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Study Remotely

With the BEATS programme, students taking virtual courses can expand their horizons, while having full access to The University of The Bahamas’ highly trained counsellors, library databases, and facilities.

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Top reasons to come live in the Bahamas

Your passportto 16 islands

Island-hopping is like travelling through Europe, the only difference being warm waters, secluded beaches far away from crowds, and a diverse collection of islands with their own stories and traditions.

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Fast & dependableWiFi

Bosses and professors won't even know you're basking on a beach with the fast and dependable WiFi services offered by many hotels and resorts.

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Award-winningbeaches

Crush your cubicle for a secluded spot on a pink, white, or gold-sand beach. A few Bahama Mama's are more than appropriate for that spectacular blue view of waves rushing ashore. 

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World-classHotels

We don't know about your employer's open door policy, but our open door policy involves beachfront resort and hotel accommodations with panoramic views of turquoise waters.

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Thrillingdeep-sea fishing

The abundance and unbeatable caliber of our fishing experiences are a good enough reason to take your work offline while you try to hook a prized catch on the line.

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ExcitingWater Sports

Add surfing in Eleuthera or kiteboarding in Cat Island to your water sports and diving itinerary. The Bahamas sets the standard when it comes to activities above and below the surface.

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AuthenticBahamian Arts

From mural-painted streets and a collection of fine arts museums in downtown Nassau to authentic handmade batik on Andros Island, see Bahamian culture expressed through generations of creativity.

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Rich culinary culture

Good food and good company are part of Bahamian life and no place makes a fresher conch salad, a tastier fish fry or a more savoury cracked lobster.

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The world-famous swimming pigs

The Bahamas is home to the original swimming pigs, an entire cay of them!

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world's 3rd largestbarrier reef

The Andros Barrier Reef is considered the 3rd-largest living organism on the planet, and experienced divers rank our islands among the best for big animals, cave diving, value, snorkeling, and overall destination.

Why The Islands of The Bahamas

Outlined by white-sand beaches and pristine waters, The Bahamas offers something no other Caribbean destination can provide—16 unique islands. Lose yourself in the unspoiled forests of Andros, stay in The Exumas and hop on over to Long Island for a deep dive into Dean's Blue Hole. Whatever your preference, we have the island to suit your vibe.

Discover the Bahamas

16 islands at your fingertips

With 16 destinations to discover, we see you trading bar-hopping for island-hopping in The Bahamas. Conveniently, Nassau acts as a hub, easily connecting travelers to other islands.

Getting to The Bahamas couldn't be easier. Conveniently accessible by air and sea, The Bahamas welcomes visitors arriving on commercial and charter flights, ferries, cruise lines, and private planes and pleasure craft.

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