Anguilla Latest Caribbean Island to Remove Testing, Vaccination Rules 

anguilla tradewindTranquility Beach in Anguilla.
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The island of Anguilla has become the latest Caribbean destination to remove its testing and vaccination rules. 

Effective Oct. 1, the island has removed all of its entry travel requirements, including pre-arrival testing for unvaccinated travelers. 

“With the discontinuation of all pre-arrival testing, we want to ensure our residents and visitors that their safety is still our number one priority,” the Anguilla Tourist Board said in a statement. 

It’s a rather significant move for an island that had some of the strictest entry travel requirements in all of the Caribbean for much of the pandemic. 

Much of the Caribbean has removed its testing and vaccination requirements, from destinations like the United States Virgin Islands, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands to smaller getaways like St Kitts and Nevis, Barbados and Grenada. 

Anguilla’s policy change comes as the island is celebrating the rebranding and relaunch of one of its top resorts: the former CuisinArt, now the Aurora Anguilla, which has been repositioned as one of the top golf resorts in the Caribbean. 

The Aurora this month is marking the debut of its transformed clubhouse, anchored by a Greg Norman 18-hole course and a newly-added nine-hole short course. 

Anguilla is easier to visit than ever before, thanks to this past year’s debut of the first-ever nonstop flights between the United States mainland and the island. 

And American Airlines just announced plans to expand that service for the upcoming winter season. 

For more, visit Anguilla

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