St. Lucia Eases Restrictions For Vaccinated Travelers
The beautiful Caribbean island of St. Lucia has eased its restrictions for vaccinated travelers. All vaccinated travelers can now dine in restaurants, book rental cars, explore local markets, and go shopping. Before May 31st, all travelers faced restrictions on entering certain public places. Travelers must show proof of vaccination once they enter the country. US travelers will need to show their original vaccination cards, but British travelers must show their proof of vaccine via the NHS app.
The British Virgin Islands Is Easing Restrictions for Vaccinated Travelers
Another Caribbean destination has announced eased restrictions for vaccinated travelers: the British Virgin Islands. Beginning May 15, the British Virgin Islands will be reducing its quarantine period for fully vaccinated travelers. Fully vaccinated travelers will have to take a test upon arrival; once they get a negative test result (typically within 24 hours), they’ll be free to roam the BVI — and can forego the four-day quarantine for non-vaccinated travelers.
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS REOPENING FOR TOURISM
The paradisal British Virgin Islands have re-opened their borders to international tourists for the first time since March. A popular yachting destination comprised of over 60 islands set in a volcanic archipelago, the news is sure to be welcomed by travelers and those who live on the islands alike as the country looks to restart its tourism sector following Hurricane Irma and the pandemic.