1.1 ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
Delegations are requested to plan their arrival in Nassau for Thursday 28th March and their departure for Tuesday 2nd April, 2013. Be reminded that accommodations will be provided for those dates; from arrival on Thursday 28th, March 2013 to departure Tuesday 2nd, April 2013.Delegations wishing to arrive before 28th, March and depart after 2nd, April are required to inform the organizing committee. They will be responsible and subject to pay regular accommodations costs for the extra days.
1.2 ACCOMMODATION LEVY
The accommodation levy is US$125.00 per team member according to team size regulations. Teams traveling with officials above the specified quota will be required to pay a levy of an additional US$100 daily per person. However, the organizing committee will need to be notified earlyin order to accommodate any additional officials over the quota.
1.3 PAYMENT OF ACCOMMODATION LEVY
This must be done in US Dollars on arrival before teams are checked into their respective hotels. Bankers drafts and Certified cheques should be made payable to the Carifta Bahamas 2013,Ltd.
Meals will be provided from lunch on 28th, March to breakfast on 2nd, April. Meals outside this time frame will be at the team's expense. Teams will be accommodated, four (4) persons to a room. Delegations will be accommodated at the Paradise Island Harbour Resort. Countries are requested to insure that they indicate immediately their intent to participate.
Delegations must provide an electronic passport-size photograph for each delegation member to be used on their identification card. These must be forwarded to the organizing committee at the time of the submission of final entries on 11th March, 2013. Failure to provide the required photographs in advance of arrival will result in a prolonged accreditation process.
1.6 DEPARTURE TAX
This is included in your ticket cost; hence, none will be collected at the airport at departure.
The currency used in the Bahamas is the Bahamian Dollar which is on par with the United States Dollar. The United States Dollar is accepted by all businesses.
Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation provides telephone services for the Bahamas. Calls can be made world-wide using their services.