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The Bahamas introduces new “BEATS” extended-stay program

Posted: Saturday, October 31, 2020. 9:18 am CST.

By BBN Staff: Several Caribbean islands are offering extended stay programs to allow people the opportunity to work remotely, the Caribbean Journal reports.

The Bahamas has launched its extended-stay program called “BEATS” or the Bahamas Extended Access Travel Stay.

The program gives visitors the opportunity to work and study across the country’s 16 islands for up to 1 year.

The country is encouraging visitors to explore the islands.

The country’s Tourism ministry says that the program is designed to “allow professionals and students to pack their laptop and their swimwear as they march to the island rhythm of their own drum, remotely, from The Bahamas.”

The country is home to 700 islands and Cayes with 16 unique island destinations visible for travel.

The cost of the permit is $1,025. College students are required to pay $525.

Visitors to the country must follow the COVID-19 regulations.

 

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