St. Lucia, the Caribbean paradise opens up to travelers and relaxes travel restrictions. It is reported that fully vaccinated travelers will be able to travel to the country and enjoy other privileges.
Fully vaccinated travelers can stay in a government-approved hotel or rental. Plus, they can even book car rentals, have access to all popular tourist destinations, and choose from many other dining options. Until now, these have been limited, with very few options available to travelers.
Fully vaccinated travelers are becoming the norm around the world, with Europe leading the way for travel this summer.
However, you must still present a negative PCR test which was performed at least five days before your arrival.
Allen Chastanet, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, said in a press release: “For visitors and our local residents, our commitment to safely and responsibly coexist with COVID remains strong. ”
He further said the country has successfully and safely managed tourism since its borders reopened in June 2020, with no need to close due to protocols and the bubble created for visitors and tourism workers. frontline.
A second dose is needed for travelers, which should be taken at least two weeks before arrival. Of course, you must travel with your vaccination certificate or card as proof. Additionally, those who are fully vaccinated can pre-register their negative PCR test.
The country also gives out non-electronic wristbands for identification, which must be worn during the entirety of your vacation here in St. Lucia.