Anguilla Relaxes Travel Protocols for Fully-Vaccinated Visitors – Eliminates Bubble Requirement

UPDATED JUNE 30, 2021:

Anguilla has announced the following relaxed traveler protocols for visitors starting July 1, 2021. All protocols are subject to change at any time without notice.

  • All visitors, 18 years and older, to Anguilla are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a UK MHRA approved vaccine at least 21 days before arrival. The only exemption will be for pregnant women.
  • All persons, including children will be required to produce an eligible negative COVID-19 test 3-5 days before entry; undertake on arrival testing and may be subject to further testing.
  • At this time, visitors will need to stay in place at the villa while waiting for their arrival test results. Once a negative test result is confirmed, visitors do NOT need to remain within a bubble and are welcome to roam the island on their own at their leisure.
  • For multi-generational families comprised of fully vaccinated persons and unvaccinated children under the age of 18 years and/or pregnant woman; the unvaccinated persons in these groups will additionally be required to undergo a subsequent RT-PCR test on Day 4. This includes unaccompanied children coming from and staying in fully vaccinated households.
  • Proof of vaccination will also be required for entry into festivals within Anguilla.
  • Mask wearing will be mandatory where you cannot be socially distanced indoors until at least 30 July.
  • Protocols for visitors who test positive for COVID-19 remain the same. Travel parties will need to quarantine if a member tests positive and the person who tested positive will need to isolate. The MOH will provide additional instructions at the time of the positive test.
  • Please bring printed copies of all of your entry paperwork, test results and vaccination card with you to Anguilla.

October 1, Anguilla hopes to eliminate the need to be pre-approved for entry altogether. All visitors 18 years and older (except pregnant women) must be fully-vaccinated at least 21 days prior to arrival to enter Anguilla. The government will confirm protocols closer to the date.

All protocols are subject to change at any time without notice. For instructions on how to apply for entry, approved pre-arrival tests and other travel information, please visit the Anguilla Tourist Board website.

Sint Maarten and other Anguilla travel gateways are separate countries from Anguilla and may have different entry protocols, testing schedules and testing requirements. Please contact them directly. Trip insurance is always recommended. If you require an onward test before departure from Anguilla, tests are available on island for a fee. Please let us know your needs before your trip so we can assist you with scheduling.

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