Caribbean islands Turks and Caicos cancel tests, forms and travel insurance

The Caribbean Turks and Caicos Islands cancel tests, forms and insurance for tourists

According to the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board, from May 1, travelers will be allowed to visit the “paradise islands” without taking a PCR test, without the need for insurance to cover the costs of treatment for coronavirus, and without even filling out a form on the TCI Assured portal. All foreign tourists aged 18 and over only need to present proof of vaccination at the border. 

Previously, tourists arriving in Turks and Caicos aged 16 and over were required to have a vaccination certificate, and children over two years — negative test result for COVID-19 taken within the last three days. Coronavirus health insurance was mandatory, as was a completed Travel Permit Form. 

Turks and Caicos has one of the best beaches in the world, Grace Bay Beach , the weather here is beautiful all year round, and the local resorts are ideal for a truly relaxing holiday. 

Let us remind you that several other Caribbean destinations have simplified entry rules for tourists earlier. So, Saint Lucia has canceled all preliminary checks for vaccinated travelers, and Aruba and Grenada have removed absolutely all entry restrictions related to COVID-19.

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