Anguilla is open for approved visitors from November 1, 2020
All travellers to Anguilla including returning residents are required to obtain pre-travel authorization. Persons without travel authorization may be refused entry to Anguilla.
Step 1 – All visitors must complete an individual application (including children). Applications may be found at https://ivisitanguilla.com/escape/apply.html
A concierge will guide each applicant through the process. The site provides visitors with everything they need to know about the application process as well as experiencing life in Anguilla.
1. All persons returning to Anguilla are required to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test conducted within 3-5 days prior to arrival date.
2. Insurance which covers COVID-19 medical costs and full hospitalization, doctors’ visits, prescriptions and air ambulance.
3. Complete online passenger information and health screening questionnaire. After receiving this information, documents will be verified and you will be contacted if any additional information is required.
4. An electronic travel authorization certificate will be issued to your email address if your application was successful.
For visitors staying at a pre-approved property, for a period of less than three months, the fees listed below are effective immediately:
6 DAYS TO 3 MONTHS (90 DAYS)
Individual Traveler: US$400
Couple: US$600 + US$250 per additional family member.
Family: Main applicant US$400 + US$250 per additional family member.
This fee covers two (2) tests per person, surveillance and costs associated with the additional public health presence.
For extended stays of over 3 months and up to 12 months, the original fees still apply, as follows:
3 MONTHS TO 12 MONTHS
Individual Traveler: US$ 2,000
Family (4 persons): US$ 3,000 + US$ 250 per additional family member.
Family: Main Applicant + three (3) dependents.
a. a child or step-child under the age of 26 years;
b. any other relative who is, by reason of age or any infirmity of body or mind, wholly dependent on that person for his/her subsistence.
This fee covers two (2) tests per person, surveillance and costs associated with the additional public health presence, the cost of extended immigration time/entry and a digital work permit.
All fees are payable only on approval of the travel application.
Traveling to Anguilla:
1. Persons are urged to adhere to all safety protocols as established by airlines and vessels on your journey to Anguilla.
2. Persons are expected to take preventive measures to protect themselves and others from infection during travel: washing of hands and/or use of hand sanitizer regularly; avoiding touching common surfaces, avoid touching of face (eyes, mouth and nose) with unwashed hands; maintaining a physical distance of at least three feet/ one metre from others…
3. The use of mask is required on vessels to Anguilla and in other spaces and areas where persons cannot maintain a physical distance of at least 1 metre/ 3 feet from others.
Arrival to Anguilla:
On arrival to Anguilla you will be required to:
1. Provide a hardcopy of your negative COVID-19 PCR test result to a port health official.
2. Undergo a mandatory COVID-19 PCR test and health screening on arrival.
3. Use masks during transit through ports of entry (airport and seaport) and en route to your pre-approved accommodations.
4. Be transferred to your accommodations to await test results – this will be prearranged.
Staying in Anguilla:
1. Remain quarantined at your approved location for 10-14 days.
2. Undergo regular health monitoring by Health Authority.
3. Obtain a negative PCR COVID-19 test to be released from quarantine.
4. The use of rental vehicles is prohibited until after persons are medically cleared by a negative PCR test result at the end of the quarantine period.
All villas must be pre-certified and approved prior to occupancy by owner or visitors. Requirements include Standard Operating Procedures, staff training on Covid 19 procedures by Health Department, PPE available, special cleaning procedures. Villa Managers are in the process of getting the villas certified and all should be completed by November 1.
In Phase Two, hotels and resorts, along with the villas, have been added into the approved and certified accommodations mix for visitors to the island. Furthermore, the government is introducing the bubble concept, which allows properties to safely offer their guests access to a variety of approved amenities, services, and activities while they stay in place. These vary by property but may include watersports, select indoor and outdoor games, beach yoga, and other activities, provided that they are implemented in accordance with general COVID 19 protocols, such as social distancing, sanitizing and hygiene practices.
At this time we are currently awaiting the opening dates of the hotels and that will be added as it becomes available. At this time Belmond Cap Juluca has announced an opening date of November 1 along with Carimar Beach Club.
For information on Anguilla please visit the official website of the Anguilla Tourist Board: www.ivisitanguilla.com