Anguilla Traveler Protocols Starting April 1, 2022

Anguilla Traveler Protocols April 1

Starting April 1, 2022, eligible visitors (other than those seeking a medical exemption) no longer need to apply online for approval to enter Anguilla.

You can review the detailed protocols on the tourist board website at Below is a summary for your convenience. Protocols are subject to change at any time without notice and are different for returning Anguilla nationals.


For Visitors Arriving April 1, 2022 and Later Until Further Notice:

First: Anguilla requires that one of the below is true to enter Anguilla:

  • You are fully-vaccinated – received the last dose of your primary Covid-19 vaccine more than 14 days before arrival (booster is not required).
  • You are under 18 years old, unvaccinated or not fully-vaccinated, but are traveling with a fully-vaccinated adult.
  • You are 18 years or older, unvaccinated but with a contraindication to the vaccine and have applied through the Anguilla portal and been approved by Anguilla for a medical exemption.

Second: All visitors to Anguilla must also provide a valid, negative COVID-19 test result before traveling to Anguilla:

  • You must present evidence of a) your full vaccination status with an approved vaccine as well as b) your valid negative COVID-19 test result, to your aircraft, ship, agent or fixed base operator personnel and again in Anguilla to port health staff.
  • If documents are not presented as outlined, visitors will not be admitted to Anguilla.
  • Accepted tests include an NAA/PCR/RNA test taken within 3 days of travel or a rapid antigen test taken within 2 days of travel.
  • Tests must be processed by an accredited laboratory and results must indicate taken by nasopharyngeal swab.
  • Bring both printed and digital copies of your vaccine evidence and negative test results.

Third: You will NOT undergo a test on arrival as long as one of the below is true:

  • You have had a booster vaccine more than 14 days prior to arrival.
  • You had the final dose of your primary Covid-19 vaccine less than 6 months prior to arrival.

All others will be tested on arrival, must travel by approved taxi to their accommodations to wait until a negative arrival test is confirmed. Results are typically available within hours. Once confirmed, you may move about the island freely and rent a car. The fee for testing is USD$50 per person.

If you are approved for a medical exemption:

If a medical exemption is granted, you will be required to test upon arrival, quarantine for 5 days, test at the end of quarantine and exit quarantine pending a negative result. Fee of USD$100 per person.

If you are traveling through St. Maarten on your way to Anguilla or from Anguilla:

Entry and travel protocols are different. Please visit

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