BHGH Newsflash – St. Lucia Eases Protocols For Vaccinated Visitors!

Howdy! We have another Caribbean Island to add to the list of options for vaccinated travelers! As of May 30th, St. Lucia has made updates to its guidelines for international tourists who are fully vaccinated.

According to the official tourism website of St. Lucia these are the most up to date guidelines as of this writing:

Mandatory Entry Requirements:
All arrivals to Saint Lucia (5 years and older) must have a negative result from a PCR test taken no more than 5 days before arrival.

Must complete and submit an online Travel Registration Form (18 years and over) prior to arrival.
Must adhere to all safety protocols in place throughout Saint Lucia, including wearing a mask in public.
Shall be subject to mandatory screening and temperature checks at the port of entry and throughout your stay.
Shall be transferred by certified taxi to their approved COVID-19 approved accommodation.
Fully vaccinated travelers will enjoy expanded access to the destination.
Travelers are considered “Fully Vaccinated” once two weeks has passed since the second dose of the two-shot vaccine or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine. Vaccine Cards must be presented on entry to Saint Lucia.

Dreaming of white sand beaches, lush rainforests, volcanic mud baths, spectacular snorkeling and fabulous cuisine? St. Lucia has all of this – and more! And of course – your Travel Gurus can help you find the perfect accommodations on the island. Check out some options from a recent conversation with Kelly Fontenelle, owner of KFMC, a Marketing and Consultancy firm and a representative of some fabulous boutique hotels on St. Lucia here then give us a call and let’s get the St. Lucia conversation started!


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