Escape to the Caribbean safely, thanks to these new measures!
Many of the Caribbean Islands have already opened their borders to receive tourists, so finally you can escape to a paradisiac beach. Below, we have compiled a list of the security protocols that are taking place in several in airlines going to the Caribbean, airports and destinations:
It is mostly mandatory to do the pre-check procedure on lines
It is important to take the covid-19 test and test negative, which must have been done at least 7 days before the trip.
Wear face masks for as long as the journey on the plane lasts
Practice social distancing.
Of course, each departure airport is subject to its own regulations. Below we give you in detail what these Caribbean countries are doing, as far as biosafety protocols:
The island opened its borders in June, received the Safe Travel seal, which ensures that it meets all global health and hygiene requirements and guidelines, established and endorsed by the World Health Organization (WHO). In addition, it implemented the Aruba Health and Happiness Code months ago for all companies in the tourism industry.
If you decide to travel it will be important that you complete your check-in process online, and give information about your health 72 hours before departure. Although the use of face masks in Aruba are not required, visitors are advised to have them on hand for situations where social distancing is difficult.
The tourism sector has sought to certify itself to guarantee safety to its tourists and launched the Mexican Caribbean campaign: The Best of Two Worlds, which aims to reactivate tourist destinations with the Certification in Protection and Health Prevention in Tourist Facilities developed by the Secretariat of Tourism of Quintana Roo (SEDETUR) and the Safe Travels seal granted by the WTTC.
The island resumed tourism on July 1, with restrictions in place and the requirement of biosecurity protocols. As for the beaches, they are open, but social distancing must be practiced. It is important to know that the use of public pools, lagoons and rivers is not allowed at a national level.
Social distancing must be maintained on this island and the use of hubs in public spaces is mandatory. Bars, clubs, as well as national and international events and public, cultural, artistic and sporting shows are suspended.
Although the island’s borders have been open since June 15th, security protocols have increased, tourists will need to apply in advance for travel authorization with the Jamaican government. Your visit must be authorized after a health check, which includes proving that you tested negative for covid-19.
Once on the island, the requirements for the use of water cover in public areas, social distancing and hand washing should be followed. Also, submit to airport checks.
Within each island mentioned, we as experts in travel planning have properties in our portfolio so you can choose the option that best suits you and your desired travel expectations.