Trinidad and Tobago Is Now Open to Fully Vaccinated Travelers
Trinidad and Tobago is now open for tourism, with protocols specifically allowing fully vaccinated travelers.
The twin-island destination considers travelers fully vaccinated if 14 days have passed since they received the final dose of an WHO-approved vaccine like Modern or Pfizer, for example.
All visitors have to apply for a TTravel Pass and show proof of a negative PCR test within three days before arrival in Trinidad and Tobago.
Crucially, no quarantine is required for fully vaccinated travelers.
For more, visit Trinidad and Tobago.