Anguilla Traveler Protocols Starting June 1, 2022

Anguilla Traveler Protocols April 1

Anguilla has relaxed its COVID-19 traveler protocols as of June 1, 2022.

Subject to change at any time without notice. Visit the Anguilla Tourist Board for any updates.

1) All visitors 18 years and older must be fully-vaccinated — defined as having received your final dose of an accepted, primary, COVID-19 vaccine more than 14 days prior to arrival. 

Mixed vaccines are accepted for most vaccine types. Unvaccinated visitors under 18 years old are permitted to enter Anguilla with a vaccinated adult.

2) All visitors over the age of 5 years require a valid, negative COVID-19 test taken pre-travel. Test must be a PCR or NAA test taken within 3 days of arrival OR a Rapid Antigen test taken no more than 2 days before arrival. Note: children 5 and under without a pre-travel test will be tested on arrival. See below.

Your test date is considered Day 0. The laboratory that processes the pre-arrival test must be accredited and test result must clearly specify the name of the laboratory/clinic, your full name, type of test administered, sample collection date and must specifically indicate that the test was taken by nasopharyngeal swab. 

Self-administered/home testing kits (including video proctored) and antibody tests are not accepted. 

3) All visitors 18 years and over must present evidence of full vaccination status and all visitors over the age of 5 years must present their valid, negative COVID-19 test result before boarding their aircraft or boat/ferry/sea shuttle and on arrival in Anguilla.


Testing on arrival has been discontinued for all persons traveling to Anguilla, except for persons who arrive without an accepted pre-arrival test. Such persons will be subject to PCR testing on arrival and must remain in place at their hotel or villa until the results are known, in addition to paying a fine. Although children 5 years and under are not required to present a pre-travel test to board, if they do not bring a valid, pre-travel test, they will be tested at arrival in Anguilla.


If an unvaccinated person 18 years or older wishes to request a medical exemption permitting entry into Anguilla, they should apply for the exemption in writing at under the subject heading “Request for COVID-19 Vaccination Exemption”. An unvaccinated visitor who is granted a medical exemption permitting entry shall be required to quarantine for a period of not less than 5 days, or other such period specified by the Quarantine Authority. 


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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