Our hosts at The St. Regis Bermuda Resort look forward to welcome you to Bermuda. It is essential for you to familiarize yourself with Bermuda's entry requirements prior to your travel date.
- Beginning August 22, 2022, Unvaccinated Travelers Will Once Again Be Able To Visit The Destination.
- Effective March 7, 2022, Bermuda requires all visitors to show proof of full vaccination and provide a negative Covid-19 test result upon arrival.
- Visitors must apply for a Bermuda Travel Authorization 1 to 3 days before departure and cannot travel to Bermuda without an approved Travel Authorization.
- The L.F. Wade International Airport still requires you to wear a mask inside the airport.
To enter Bermuda, unvaccinated and not fully vaccinated visitors travelling to Bermuda by air will be required to submit in their travel authorization application BOTH a valid pre-arrival test taken no more than two days before arrival AND proof of overseas health insurance:
Valid Proof of Travel Health Insurance includes a certificate of insurance, letter from insurer or medical declaration of insurance or travel insurance which states:
- insurer name and address
- insured traveller's name
- confirmation medical expenses are covered, including COVID-19 coverage (or "all medical expenses"), and,
- period of coverage: that is, insurance coverage start date and end date
- Fully vaccinated passengers must take either a COVID-19 NAAT test taken no more than 2 days before arrival, or a supervised antigen test no more than 2 days before arrival.
- Unvaccinated and not fully vaccinated visitors travelling to Bermuda by air will no longer be required to provide proof of medical exemption from COVID-19 vaccination.
- Unvaccinated and not fully vaccinated visitors travelling to Bermuda by air who have a valid pre-arrival test taken no more than two days before arrival will have to take a Covid test 4 days after arrival, but will not undergo any further testing or quarantine.
-Visitor children 11 years and under travelling by air will continue to have their travel authorization applications assessed based on the vaccination status of their travelling guardian.
-Unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated passengers must take either a COVID-19 NAAT test taken no more than 4 days before arrival (strongly recommended), or a supervised antigen test no more than 2 days before arrival.
Effective June 12, 2022, COVID-19 testing is no longer applicable to enter the US.
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