Travel NotificationThe Bahamas Government to close borders to international commercial flights and commercial vessels carrying passengers from the United States
Frequently Asked Questions
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Do I need a valid passport to travel to the Bahamas?
- All US citizens arriving by air will need a valid passport, a valid passport card, or other documentation approved by Homeland Security.
- If arriving by sea, US Citizens age 16 and older will need a valid passport, a valid passport card, or other documentation approved by Homeland Security.
- If arriving by sea, children under 16 years of age may currently travel with a birth certificate (original state issued or a certified true copy).
- Foreign citizens will need a passport, plus any other documentation mandated by the US or Bahamian governments. Check with your consulate for more information.
Can I space bank it with Interval International and use it next year?
Yes. Just call the Reservation Center at 242-373-1271 to request a week, then call Interval International to deposit the unit week that has been assigned to you. When you deposit your week in Interval International. space bank, you will have up to two years to use that week.
I want to pay off my unit. Who do I call?
Simply call our Mortgage Department at 1-800-226-6350.
Do I have to go the same week every year?
No, your week floats in the same size unit that you own at the resort and can also "float" within Interval International exchange, you can schedule your vacation from two days to two years ahead of time.
How far ahead of time can I make my reservations?
You can schedule your vacation from 30 days to one year ahead of time at your resort. When making an Interval International exchange, you can schedule your vacation from two days to two years ahead of time.
Does my week exchange for Red, Yellow or Green time with Interval International?
Due to the high demand for your resort area, Interval International has classified your resort as Red season for the entire year, enabling you to use Red, Yellow or Green time.