Travel Alert: British Virgin Islands [May 10th, 2021]


The British Virgin Islands have started to ease travel restrictions for fully vaccinated travelers entering the islands. Authorities have lifted specific restrictions for travelers entering from the UK, South Africa and Dominican Republic. Individuals who have been in Brazil or India within the 14 days prior to arrival to British Virgin Islands are still required to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Travelers who are not fully vaccinated must also take a PCR test upon arrival, and must quarantine for seven days.

Under the new directives effective May 15, all travelers will continue to be required to obtain a British Virgin Islands Gateway Traveller Authorization Certificate. The application must be completed at least 24 hours before travel. All travelers must also obtain a negative PCR test, taken 3-5 days before traveling to British Virgin Islands.

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