MIAMI — Viva Wyndham Resorts is celebrating the reopening of Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach resort in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
The all-inclusive property has implemented new health and safety protocols and has also worked with the Bahamian government to adopt its new Bahamas Travel Health Visa. All guests are encouraged to fill out and complete the visa electronically at www.travel.gov.bs that will ensure safe entry into the country.
“Viva Wyndham is excited to finally welcome guests back to our Fortuna Beach resort, a beautiful destination that’s just minutes away from the U.S.,” said Amanda Santana, Viva Wyndham’s Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “As the only true all-inclusive resort on Grand Bahamas Island, Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach is the premier choice for value-driven travellers who are looking to experience the best that the island has to offer.”
In addition to health and hygiene protocols, the resort has implemented on-site medical teams and COVID-19 testing, plus direct bookings include complimentary insurance.
Located on 26 acres of secluded beachfront property, Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach features a wide variety of amenities including an oceanfront pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, multiple bars and restaurants, a spa, gym, theatre, a kid’s splash park and full childcare services. As the resort boasts more than 4,000 feet of pristine white-sand beaches, more than 70% of rooms have ocean views. Guests also enjoy a vast selection of land and water sports such as sailing, paddleboarding, introductory diving lessons, kayaking, windsurfing, flying trapeze, tennis, archery, cycling, paintball and much more.
For more information go to www.vivaresorts.com.