Present entry necessities to Bonaire for guests

In an ever-changing COVID-19 state of affairs, you will need to keep updated on the present entry necessities to Bonaire, in case you are planning a subsequent go to.

Here’s a abstract of the newest entry necessities for Bonaire. Bear in mind that the state of affairs is continually altering, so you should definitely monitor the Bonaire COVID-19 wire at https://www.infobonaire.com/class/covid/.

Which international locations can I fly to Bonaire from?

A flight ban is at the moment in impact for the next international locations: all of South America, the UK, South Africa, the Cape Verde Islands and the Dominican Republic.

Passengers from all different international locations of the world can journey to Bonaire. Direct flights between Bonaire, the US and Canada, for instance, are once more doable. Examine together with your most well-liked airline to seek out out when they are going to be relaunching direct nonstop flights to Bonaire. In any other case, journey is feasible through Aruba or Curaçao.

What are the present entry necessities for Bonaire?

These are the circumstances for touring to Bonaire:

  • Vacationers aged 13 and over will need to have a adverse PCR take a look at consequence to journey to Bonaire. The PCR take a look at (administration) should not be older than 72 hours on arrival in Bonaire.
  • The antigen take a look at (speedy take a look at) is obligatory for vacationers 13 years of age and over coming from high-risk international locations, together with the US, Canada and the Netherlands. All of South America and the Dominican Republic are additionally included on this requirement, however they’re at the moment topic to a flight ban, as famous above. Vacationers from a high-risk nation ought to take the speedy take a look at no later than 4 hours earlier than departure (from the high-risk nation or, if doable, a stopover en path to Bonaire).
  • Vacationers should additionally full a well being declaration from the general public well being service 72 hours and no later than 48 hours earlier than departure. This may be achieved at https://www.bonairepublichealth.org
  • Upon check-in, boarding and arrival in Bonaire, the printed well being declaration and the outcomes of the PCR take a look at and speedy take a look at have to be offered.
  • The adverse outcomes of each exams have to be identified earlier than departure, in any other case you won’t be able to fly. The airline will ask you questions on this.
  • Whereas it isn’t doable to adjust to each PCR and antigen testing in your space, vacationers aged 13 and over can now solely take the NAAT take a look at as a substitute of the initially required PCR take a look at and antigen take a look at. . The NAAT take a look at have to be taken as much as 12 hours earlier than departure for Bonaire. (NAAT is a gaggle title for exams, this consists of the next exams: mPOCT, NAAT, PCR or RT PCR, LAMP and TMA.)
  • In case you however arrive in Bonaire with out appropriate adverse take a look at outcomes, you’ll not be admitted to Bonaire and you can be despatched again.
  • When departing for Bonaire, vacationers are usually not anticipated to have any complaints that could be associated to COVID-19, reminiscent of a chilly, sore throat, cough, sneezing, chest tightness, lack of scent and style, elevated temperature or fever. . Vacationers must also not have had direct contact with somebody who has COVID -19 fourteen days previous to journey.
  • Bonaire advises vacationers to verify that their medical insurance covers well being prices whereas on the island, together with prices associated to COVID-19.
  • Vacationers from Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten should take a PCR take a look at, however don’t must take the speedy take a look at. A adverse NAAT consequence can also be ample for these vacationers. They have to additionally full the web well being declaration.
  • Vacationers from Saba and Saint-Eustache don’t must take a PCR take a look at or antigen take a look at earlier than touring to Bonaire. Nonetheless, they have to full the web well being declaration.

Necessary well being declaration

Vacationers to Bonaire should full an internet well being declaration, ideally 48 hours earlier than departure. Upon arrival, you need to have the ability to present the shape (printed or a digital copy in your telephone) to a public well being employee if requested.

Obtain the well being declaration:

English: https://bonairepublichealth.org/en/type

Netherlands: https://bonairepublichealth.org/nl/type

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Susan Davis has lived in Bonaire for over 25 years. She is a PADI Grasp Teacher, Licensed Hen Information, and Underwater and Floor Photographer. She additionally enjoys writing for the tourism information weblog The Bonaire Insider.




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