Anguilla Is Updating Its Travel Rules 

anguilla travel rulesTranquility Beach in Anguilla.
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Anguilla has unveiled its new protocols for travelers, highlighted by slightly eased entry rules for boosted travelers. 

The new rules are a bit complicated, so here’s what travelers need to know. 

As of April 1, fully vaccinated travelers over 18 will no longer have to apply for permission to enter the island. 

Travelers will, however, still have to present evidence of full vaccination and a negative test — either a PCR test taken within three days before travel, or an antigen test within two days of travel. 

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Rendezvous Bay in Anguilla.

That brings us to Anguilla’s on-arrival testing

For those who have received their booster shot, or received their full vaccination schedule in the last six months, no arrival test is required. 

For those who have been fully vaccinated, but were vaccinated more than six months before their trip to Anguilla, an arrival test is required at a cost of $50. 

Anguilla is the only Caribbean destination currently requiring on-arrival testing for fully vaccinated travelers.

Unvaccinated visitors under 18 can only enter Anguilla if they’re accompanied by fully vaccinated travelers. 

Unvaccinated travelers who have received a medical exemption to vaccination must apply for entry, test on arrival, quarantine for five days and then receive a negative test to exit quarantine. 

For more, visit Anguilla