St Kitts and Nevis Ease Covid Policies

Only a Vaccination Card will be required and not a Covid test.

Lindsay F.P. Grant Minister of Tourism, Transport and Ports for St. Kitts and Nevis recently announced a relaxation cruise regulations – entitled Free Flow – a “major achievement in our phased approach to tourism recovery in the COVID-19 pandemic.”


According to the organization, fully vaccinated cruise passengers arriving at Port Zante, Charlestown or South Friars in St. Kitts and Nevis will now be allowed to fully integrate into the federation without the need of a test on arrival or quarantine.


“We will maintain all tourism protocols through Travel Approved Certification for both air and cruise passengers. All stakeholders must be vaccinated to operate Travel Approved taxi/tours, attractions, excursions, restaurants, bars, or provide vendor services such as hair braiding.


We are confident that our continued focus on a phased reopening will enable a meaningful rebound of the industry,” Grant noted.


Travelers must continue to show proof of vaccination to visit attractions or book tour experiences, according to St. Kitts Tourism Authority. Excursions must be scheduled through the concierge desk at Travel Approved Hotels or Resorts, and must utilize Travel Approved Taxis.

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