Where to visit in the Caribbean during Covid-19?

The Caribbean region remains one of the few luxury destinations worldwide which are still easy to access during the pandemic. Although requirements differ throughout the islands, each country has gone out of its way to be welcoming to foreign visitors and make travel stress free and easy. This could be an ideal time to escape the North American or European winter in search of sun, sand, sea, rest and relaxation. Most importantly take a break from all the worries of the world and wind down in wonderful settings. 

So what is the current travel advice you have to consider when getting some winter sun?

 

Barbados

Probably the first island to introduce the digital nomad opportunity, Barbados has been ahead of the curve when welcoming a new type of traveller to its golden shores. By focusing on those wanting to work in this picturesque location long term rather than just tourists, Barbados has ensured that restrictions don’t impact on supporting its growing economy. To travel all you’ll need is a lab Covid-19 negative test result with a certificate from within 72 hours prior to arrival. Also, there is a short quarantine stay at government-approved hotels or private villas to obtain a second negative test in 24 hours. That’s a small price to pay for some of the world’s best beaches, friendly locals and guaranteed good weather. 

 

St Lucia

It’s easy to visit this jaw-dropping volcanic island, as long as you have a covid negative test taken no more than 7 days before arrival and covid safe certified accommodation on the island, you can explore St. Lucia on approved excursions.

St Lucia

It’s easy to visit this jaw-dropping volcanic island, as long as you have a covid negative test taken no more than 7 days before arrival and covid safe certified accommodation on the island, you can explore St. Lucia on approved excursions.

Grenada

Grenada’s airport has re-opened to all flights. New entry requirements and health protocols include required tests before travel and tests and quarantine on arrival, depending on the country of embarkation and travel history. These are updated regularly subject to change and details are on the Ministry of Health website.

Grenada

Grenada’s airport has re-opened to all flights. New entry requirements and health protocols include required tests before travel and tests and quarantine on arrival, depending on the country of embarkation and travel history. These are updated regularly subject to change and details are on the Ministry of Health website.

St Kitts & Nevis

Open border but movement limited to the hotel property for 7 days upon arrival.

St Kitts & Nevis

Open border but movement limited to the hotel property for 7 days upon arrival.

St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travellers must arrive with a negative test done no more than five days before arrival. Travel in an approved taxi to an approved hotel and quarantine for five days with testing on days four and five (with a possible extension of quarantine for 16 days). Travelling by boat is recommended as one of the best ways to experience the Grenadines but you will need the necessary negative test proof.

St. Vincent and The Grenadines

Travellers must arrive with a negative test done no more than five days before arrival. Travel in an approved taxi to an approved hotel and quarantine for five days with testing on days four and five (with a possible extension of quarantine for 16 days). Travelling by boat is recommended as one of the best ways to experience the Grenadines but you will need the necessary negative test proof.

Antigua & Barbuda

Slightly hot under the collar, temperature checks are in place for screening all visitors at the International Airport. Also certified paperwork will be required for anyone over the age of 12 to prove a negative test within the last 7 days. You might be asked to self-isolate for 14 days and if you do not have suitable accommodation the government will provide you with something private.

Antigua & Barbuda

Slightly hot under the collar, temperature checks are in place for screening all visitors at the International Airport. Also certified paperwork will be required for anyone over the age of 12 to prove a negative test within the last 7 days. You might be asked to self-isolate for 14 days and if you do not have suitable accommodation the government will provide you with something private.

Dominica

Questionnaires and tests within 72 hours before arrival and submitted to the Dominican Ministry of Health who will email approval. Further rapid test on arrival and if negative you are free to explore the Nature Island.

Dominica

Questionnaires and tests within 72 hours before arrival and submitted to the Dominican Ministry of Health who will email approval. Further rapid test on arrival and if negative you are free to explore the Nature Island.

Some islands are easier to visit than others. Check before travelling and make sure you are up to date with all the necessary time compliant testing. One Caribbean Estates is happy to advise you on all aspects of your travel to ensure a rewarding trip.

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