Belize was the first Caribbean destination to waive pre-testing requirements for fully vaccinated visitors.
But following similar moves by a number of Caribbean destinations, Belize will now require all travelers, vaccinated and unvaccinated to prevent a negative PCR test.
All travelers must present a negative PCR test taken and received within 96 hours of travel or a negative antigen rapid test taken within 48 hours of travel.
If no test is presented, a test will be administered at the airport for a fee of $50 per passenger.
Children under the age of 5 years old will not be required to present a negative test; children five and over will have to present a negative test, however.
Belize has undertaken one of the more successful tourism reopenings in the Caribbean since initially reopening to travelers late last summer.
It’s the latest in a growing number of Caribbean destinations that now require testing for vaccinated travelers, including moves in the last month by The Bahamas and Aruba, among others.
For more on how to visit Belize, see the full list of entry travel protocols here.
For more, visit the Belize Tourism Board.