Anguilla has updated its guidelines for travelers, eliminating its online entry portal, Caribbean Journal has learned.
That means the online entry portal for permission to travel to Anguilla is no longer in use.
All travelers over five must still show proof of a negative PCR or antigen test; PCR tests must be taken within three days of arrival, while rapid antigen tests must be taken more than two days before arrival.
Travelers must also show proof of full vaccination status.
Anguilla remains a vaccination-only destination for adult visitors.
For more, visit Anguilla Tourism.