The Eastern Caribbean island of Saint Lucia has officially removed all of travel restrictions, Caribbean Journal has learned.
Saint Lucia has removed all of its pre-testing and vaccination requirements — meaning traveling to the island is largely as it was before the pandemic.
There’s just one requirement remaining: travelers still have to download, print and complete a health screening form prior to arrival (you can find the form here).
“The Covid-19 pre-testing and vaccination requirement for entry into Saint Lucia has been removed,” the destination said in a statement.
The use of face masks on the island is now optional but “remains highly recommended.”
Saint Lucia joins a growing roster of Caribbean destinations that have removed testing and vaccination requirements.
That now includes destinations like Antigua and Barbuda, the United States Virgin Islands, Martinique, Jamaica, Guadeloupe, St Kitts and Nevis, the Cayman Islands, Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, among others.
The Caribbean has been seeing a strong tourism recovery in 2022, with many destinations near or exceeding their arrival numbers from before the pandemic.
For more, visit Saint Lucia Tourism.
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