Anguilla has officially reopened its borders for tourism.
The island began welcoming back guests on May 25, following a month-long closure after the identification of a virus cluster.
The island says that cluster was successfully contained.
So what do travelers need to know?
If you’re fully vaccinated, you’ll only have to stay in place for seven days, nor will you need proof of health insurance.
All visitors, vaccinated and unvaccinated, will still have to submit a negative PCR test result within three to five days before arrival on the island.
Multi-generational families and groups with a mix of unvaccinated and vaccinated people will have o stay in place for 10 or 14 days.
The island has also opened up spa, gym and cosmetology services if both parties are vaccinated.
All travelers still need to apply for entry approval to Anguilla.
All of these protocols will run through the end of June, after which time Anguilla will require all those who are eligible for vaccination to be vaccinated in order to enter the island.
Beginning July 1, vaccinated visitors won’t have to be tested on arrival (though a pre-arrival test will still be required), and they won’t need to stay in place or pay entry fees, among other changes.
You can find more on the island’s protocols here.