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Destinations

DESTINATION

 

Most destinations will require proof of recent negative Covid-19 test results to be sent prior to departure (as recent as 48 hours before travel).  Travelers may be screened for symptoms and will be asked to submit a health declaration form on arrival.  Many of the islands are requiring masks in public areas.  Hotel and resort amenities may be limited and shops and eateries may have reduced hours and capacities.


Anguilla - Ports and borders are closed to international visitors.  No opening date has been announced.

 

Antigua & Barbuda – Airport is now open to international travelers.


Aruba – Phased re-opening of services.  Travelers from the USA will be allowed to enter Aruba beginning July 10, 2020.  

 

Bahamas –   Marinas and airports are now open for privately owned boats, yachts and airplanes.  Ports and airports will be open for international visitors on July 1.

 

Barbados – Closed to international visitors until June 30, 2020.

 

Belize – Preparing to open for international travel with a possible opening date of July 1, 2020.  This has not been confirmed as of June 16.

 

Bermuda – Re-opening to international travelers arriving by air on July 1, 2020.

 

Bonaire – Sea ports are closed.  No international visitors as of June 12, 2020.  There is no re-opening date set as of yet.

 

British Virgin Islands – As of June 4, 2020, no international visitors allowed.  There is no re-opening date set as of yet.


Cancun & Mexican Caribbean - Open to US travelers in July but no specific date announced.

 

Cayman Islands - Closed to international travel until September 1, 2020.

 

Colombia – Closed to international travel until further notice.

 

Costa Rica - Closed to international travel.  No re-opening date has been announced.

 

Curacao – Closed to international travel until further notice.  No re-opening date has been announced.


Dominica - No international visitors allowed.  No re-opening date has been announced.

 

Dominican Republic – No international visitors.  Expected to open for international visitors on July 1, 2020.


Grenada – Borders are expected to open for international visitors on  June 30, 2020.


Guadaloupe - Closed to international travel until further notice.  No re-opening date has been announced.


Guyana - Airports remain closed to international visitors.  Re-opening is planned for July 31, 2020.


Haiti - All airports are closed for international travel.  No re-opening date has been announced.


Jamaica – Airports and seaports were opened to international visitors on June 15, 2020.  

 

Martinique – Closed to international travel.  No re-opening date has been announced.


Monserrat - Closed to international visitors.  No re-opening date has been announced.

 

Panama – International flights suspended until June 22, 2020.

 

Puerto Rico – Open to international visitors but all arriving travelers will be subjected to a 14-day quarantine, regardless of symptoms.  Planned complete re-opening expected on July 15, 2020. 


St. Barthelemy - Closed to international visitors.  No opening date announced.

 

St. Kitts/Nevis – Closed to international visitors.  No opening date announced.

 

St. Lucia – Airport opened on June 9, 2020.  Seaports are closed to commercial cruise lines.  No opening date has been announced for cruises.

 

St. Martin/St. Maarten – Closed to international visitors.  No opening date announced.


St. Vincent & The Grenadines - Open to international visitors but as of June 16, all US visitors will be subjected to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. 


Suriname - Closed to all international visitors.  No opening date has been announced.


Trinidad & Tobago  - Closed to all international visitors.  No opening date has been announced.

 

Turks and Caicos – All international and regional airports are closed.  Scheduled to open for visitors on July 22.


US Virgin Islands - Open to international visitors but a State of Emergency is in effect until July 11, 2020.  All travelers are asked to shelter in place & monitor for symptoms for 14 days. 



Europe – Travel restrictions dependent on country.  On June 10, the EU announced that non-Europeans would be allowed to enter member countries as of July 1.  This will be a gradual an phased opening of EU members' borders.


Nevada – Casinos re-opened on June 4, 2020.  Hotels and resorts to re-open on a rolling basis.  See HOTELS section for more information

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