THE BEAUTIFUL BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS ARE NOW REOPEN!
I have been receiving many questions regarding travel restrictions to the British Virgin Islands since they reopened on Dec 1st. Let me walk you through these easy steps to ensure awareness and safety for your next trip to the BVIs. Covid Procedures for the British Virgin Islands Before and During Your Stay Five days before you land at Tortola (airport code EIS) airport, you must have a negative PCR Covid test. Forty eight hours before your flight departs, you must upload your test results and other information into BVI’s online portal. Once uploaded, a Travel Authorization Certificate will then be sent to allow you to travel into the Tortola airport. This process is similar to the current protocols in the Bahamas. When you land on Tortola, there is an entirely different welcoming procedure than other Caribbean islands. First of all you will again have to take another PCR Covid Test. After taking the test, the only requirement is to go straight to your villa or yacht and quarantine for four days. You will also be given you a tracking wristband, which will need to be worn during your entire stay on the island. This is not the end of the
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