St Kitts and Nevis has significantly reduced its quarantine time for fully vaccinated travelers, the twin-island destination announced.
The country has reduced its “Vacation in Place” period for fully vaccinated international travelers from nine days to just three days.
That includes testing on day four; upon receiving a negative result, travelers are then free to roam the destination.
“Vacation in place” means travelers can move freely around their approved hotel, eating at restaurants and enjoying the amenities of the property. They can’t leave the hotel, however.
Travelers still have to show proof of a negative PCR test result within 72 hours before arriving in St Kitts and Nevis.
The two islands are only open to fully vaccinated travelers; non-vaccinated children under 18 traveling with fully vaccinated parents are welcome, however.
They’ll observe the same period of “Vacation in Place” as their parents.
Travelers are considered fully vaccinated if two weeks have passed since their final dose of a vaccine – either the second dose of a two-dose vaccine like Pfizer or Moderna or AstraZeneca or a single-vaccine like Johnson & Johnson.
Travelers need to upload proof of vaccination when they fill out their Travel Authorization Form (you can find it here).
Approved hotels for international travelers include the Four Seasons, Golden Rock Inn, Montpelier Plantation and Paradise Beach in Nevis; and the Marriott St Kitts Beach Club; Park Hyatt; Royal St Kitts and St Kitts Marriott in St Kitts.
For more, visit St Kitts and Nevis.