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 www.ivisitanguilla.com. Below is a summary for your convenience. Protocols are subject to change at any time without notice and are different for returning Anguilla nationals.

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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 https://stmaartenehas.com/travel-requirements/

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