Entry And Quarantine Requirments
Since local and international protocols are constantly changing due to the uncertain nature of the Coronavirus, it is important that you stay as up to date as possible before travelling.
Do I have to take a PCR test?
Travellers from High and Medium-Risk countries must have a negative COVID-19, taken at most 3 days prior to arrival, in order to gain entry into the country.
Travellers from Low-Risk countries are strongly advised to take a COVID-19 PCR test prior to arrival and present the negative results in order to expedite processing through the airport. Without negative PCR results, travellers from Low-Risk countries will be required to take a test upon arrival.
Travellers from Very Low-Risk countries, who have not travelled or transited through High, Medium or Low- Risk countries within 21 days prior to arrival in Barbados, are not required to take a PCR test.
What do I do with my negative COVID-19 PCR test results?
Test results must be submitted online at www.travelform.gov.bb along with an Immigration and Customs Form. Results must also be presented in English, bearing the travellers name, at check-in and on arrival in Barbados. Test results must be validated in order to gain entry into the country.
Do I have to take a 2nd COVID PCR test while in Barbados?
Currently, it is mandatory for travellers from High-Risk and Medium-Risk countries to have a 2nd PCR test approximately 5 days after the 1st test on the island.
Can I quarantine at a Nhome property before my 2nd PCR test?
Yes, both of our Nhome properties have been approved for quarantine for any traveller needing a 2nd PCR test.
Visit the Barbados Travel Guidelines Page for additional important information and to stay updated.