Bonaire, Curacao Open to U.S. Travelers

Caribbean News…
12 January 2021 6:30am

All travelers are now permitted to travel to Bonaire. However, U.S. travelers must transit in Curacao and follow Curacao's entry protocols and connect to Bonaire on Divi Divi Air or EZ Air.

In addition, Bonaire travelers must fill out an online health declaration form from the Public Health Department no earlier than 72 hours or later than 48 hours prior to departure.

All travelers must ensure that their health insurance will cover the costs of medical care during their stay on the island, including care related to Covid-19.

American residents from every state within the U.S. can also enter Curacao. Until now, only U.S. visitors from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and later Florida were allowed to enter.

The island has eliminated the previously required 14-day quarantine period upon arrival. Visitors must complete a digital immigration card, fill out a passenger locator card within 48 hours of departure and upload proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of traveling.

Direct flights have resumed from Miami on American, Newark on United and JFK on JetBlue.

Source: Travel Weekly stories on Bonaire and Curacao

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