Lose the crowd

The Process

Lose the crowd

The Process

Lose the crowd

The Process

Applying to visit Anguilla

Applying to visit Anguilla

Here's what you have to do. It's easy as 1, 2, 3, 4...

step 1

Step 1:

Apply here and await response from the assigned concierge.


All visitors must complete an individual application (including children).

Remember to always respond to the thread of emails when making contact with your assigned concierge.

Things to know:


You should start the application process at least 7 days before your intended date of travel.

step 2

Step 2:

Once given pre-approval by the concierge representative check flights and book tentatively.

Things to know:


A) Transfers from St. Martin (French) to Anguilla

Public Ferries from French St. Martin are NOT currently operating.

B) Transfers from St. Maarten (Dutch) to Anguilla

To enter St. Maarten you MUST complete St. Maarten’s health screening application form. Click here to complete: Application form
All travelers MUST pre-arrange transfer to Anguilla with a Certified Boat or Airline Operator.
step 3

Step 3:

Submit your negative PCR test results 3-5 days before arrival (remember to respond to the thread of emails with your concierge agent.


A) Final Approval is granted upon receipt and approval of your negative COVID-19 rt-PCR test results.


B) The ONLY accepted COVID-19 test is the rt-PCR (polymerase chain reaction) from a naso-pharyngeal swab.

Additionally, tests with a minimum of two SARS-CoV-2 gene targets 19 are strongly preferred.
Each Applicant must submit a negative PCR (Polymerase chain reaction) test result between 3-5 days (72 to 120 hours) prior to travel. This means if your travel date is the 10th, the test must be taken on the 5th, 6th or 7th. The test must be no more than 5 days old prior to arrival on Anguilla. The test result must be submitted according to the instructions given on your initial application. Please travel with either a printed or soft copy of your PCR test results and Entry Permission Certificate
All passengers including infants and toddlers are required to take a COVID-19 rt-PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test, from a naso-pharyngeal swab, 3 to 5 days prior to arrival. This test result must be submitted for Entry Permission approval. Upon arrival, all travellers will be tested at port of entry. A second test is administered to be medically cleared from quarantine (or the ‘Bubble’) after 14 days. Onward Travel (departure) testing is also available for visitors staying less than 14 days. For individuals staying at Safe Environment Certified properties, kindly, touch base with property’s concierge for further information on booking second test/ Onward Travel Test.
Important: Click here to read
step 4

Step 4:

Await final approval and official travel authorization certificate

Things to know:


A) Facial Covering:

All arriving and departing passengers are required to wear a facial covering during transit and through ports of entry.

B) Temperature Test:

Upon arrival all travellers must undergo temperature testing – whether walk-through or physically doing temperature checks.

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Airport /Port and Ground Transportation Safety Measures


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Restricted Access

Airport/ports will be limited to passengers and employees only.

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Sanitization

Sanitization stations will be installed at every airport/port, provided in Taxis and Property on-site vehicles and throughout the travel experience.

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Graphic: Wearing mask/covering face

PPE/Facial Covering Anguilla Airport

Port and ground transportation personnel with direct contact with visitors are required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

Airport /Port and Ground Transportation Safety Measures


1

Graphic: Restricted graphic

Restricted Access

Airport/ports will be limited to passengers and employees only.

2

Graphic: Sanitizing hands

Sanitization

Sanitization stations will be installed at every airport/port, provided in Taxis and Property on-site vehicles and throughout the travel experience.

3

Graphic: Wearing mask/covering face

PPE/Facial Covering Anguilla Airport

Port and ground transportation personnel with direct contact with visitors are required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).