It’s going to be a whole lot easier to visit the gorgeous Caribbean island of Anguilla.
According to Travel+Leisure, the British Caribbean island will stop requiring pre-arrival COVID-19 testing for vaccinated travelers starting next month. Vaccinated travelers must show proof of their vaccination status before checking in for their trip and once again upon arrival in Anguilla and nearby St. Maarten.
Exciting news for all Anguilla visitors! Beginning August 8:
✅ No pre-arrival testing will be required for vaccinated travelers.
✅ Unvaccinated travelers will be permitted to enter Anguilla with a negative pre-arrival COVID-19 test result.
— Anguilla (@Anguilla_Trsm) July 19, 2022
In addition, Anguilla will start allowing unvaccinated visitors as long as they can show proof of a negative pre-arrival COVID test.
Currently, all visitors 18 years of age and older must be fully vaccinated to enter Anguilla. Unvaccinated children under 18 may only visit if accompanied by fully vaccinated adult travelers – and all must present proof of a negative COVID-19 test.