The tiny Caribbean island of Montserrat is now open to fully vaccinated visitors, albeit with a strict five-day quarantine requirement.
The island set southwest of Antigua officially reopened its borders at the beginning of this month.
So what do travelers need to know?
Fully vaccinated visitors need to quarantine for five days at their hotel or accommodation upon arrival. Between three and four days after arrival, visitors take a PCR test — if negative, he or she can leave quarantine on day five.
(If visitors want to stay fewer than five days they can do so).
Montserrat charges $150 for the on island test.
All visitors need to complete an Access Declaration Form within three days before traveling; all visitors need to show proof of a negative PCR test taken and received within five days before arrival on the island.
Children under five are exempt from the pre-testing requirement; however, all children over two must take the on-island PCR test before being allowed out of quarantine.
Montserrat had previously been open only to select long-term visitors.
For now, only Fly Montserrat and SVG Air are currently operating flights service to Montserrat.
For more, visit Montserrat.