The Eastern Caribbean island of Dominica is now open for tourism.
The Caribbean’s “Nature Island” officially reopened its borders to international travelers (including those from the United States) on Aug. 7, Caribbean Journal confirmed.
Most importantly, all travelers to Dominica must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours prior to the day of their arrival.
All travelers must complete Dominica’s COVID-19 travel screening questionnaire, which can be found here and must be completed at least 24 hours prior to travel to Dominica
Discover Dominica Authority CEO Colin Piper told Caribbean Journal that all travelers will be tested via Rapid Diagnostic Test upon arrival.
Those who are tested will be subject to mandatory quarantine at an approved facility or a government-certified hotel awaiting their results. If positive, travelers will be quarantined until released.
A number of Dominica’s leading hotels have reopened to coincide with the tourism relaunch.
That includes the ultra-luxe Secret Bay, its sister resort in Roseau, the Fort Young Hotel; the Rosalie Bay eco-resort; and the Champs hotel in Portsmouth, among others.
For more on Dominica’s travel protocols for visitors, see here.