Anguilla Is Open for Tourism Once more Caribbean Journal

Anguilla has officially reopened its borders to tourism.

The island began welcoming guests again on May 25 after a month-long shutdown after a virus cluster was identified.

The island says the cluster has been successfully contained.

Rendezvous Bay.

So what do travelers need to know?

If you are fully vaccinated, you only need to stay there for seven days and you don’t need proof of health insurance.

All visitors, vaccinated and unvaccinated, must submit a negative PCR test result within three to five days prior to arrival on the island.

Cross-generational families and groups with a mix of unvaccinated and vaccinated individuals must stay on site for 10 or 14 days.

The island has also opened spa, fitness, and cosmetic services when both parties are vaccinated.

All travelers still need to apply for an entry permit to Anguilla.

The four seasons in Anguilla.

All of these logs run until the end of June. According to this, Anguilla requires that anyone eligible for vaccination must be vaccinated in order to enter the island.

As of July 1, vaccinated visitors do not need to be tested on arrival (although a pre-arrival test is still required), and they do not need to stay in place or pay entrance fees, among other things.

More information on the island’s protocols can be found here.

– CJ