Bonaire Just Eased Its Entry Requirements for Travelers 

bonaire travelersThe island of Klein Bonaire off the coast of Bonaire.

The Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire has eased its entry requirements for travelers, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Fully vaccinated travelers whose second vaccine dose or booster shot was given within the last 270 days will no longer be required to take a test to travel to Bonaire. 

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The Harbour Village luxury resort in Bonaire.

Unvaccinated travelers or travelers whose last shot was administered more than 270 days ago must take an antigen test within 24 hours before departure. 

Alternatively, they can take a PCR test within 48 hours before departure. 

The Delfins Beach Resort in Bonaire.

All travelers, irrespective of vaccination status, must still fill out the health declaration form to visit Bonaire (you can find it here)

The lighter requirements come as tourism continues to grow to Bonaire, thanks to its already-strong diving industry and an increasing number of visitors drawn to the island for its buzzing culinary scene.

The Caribbean island is also eyeing a strong summer season, buoyed by its highly-anticipated Bonaire Rum Week in June (for more, visit Bonaire Rum Week). 

For more, visit Bonaire Tourism

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