Planning a St. Kitts & Nevis Vacation: What You Need to Know
November 4th 2020 Posted by: SellMyTimeshareNow SMTN Category: Travel

Planning a St. Kitts & Nevis Vacation: What You Need to Know

As hotspots in the Caribbean start to open back up, it’s crucial that tourists are prepared to visit these places and understand what to expect in this current climate. So if you’re considering a St. Kitts & Nevis vacation in the near future, here is what you need to know!

St. Kitts & Nevis officially began welcoming travelers back on October 31, 2020. They are doing this in a phased manner, beginning with assigning visitors into three categories:

  • Travelers from Caribbean Community member states that are considered a part of the “Caribbean bubble”
  • International travelers coming from outside said bubble
  • Returning nationals, including those citizens who are passport holders, residents with a residency stamp in their passport, certificate holders from the Caribbean Single Market Economy, and work permit holders

Traveling to St. Kitts & Nevis: Latest Requirements

Headed into St. Kitts & Nevis? You’ll be required to complete a Travel Authorization Form prior to your arrival. If you’re coming outside of the “Caribbean bubble”, you must have accommodations booked before submitting the form.

You will also, understandably, have to test negative for COVID-19 (within 72 hours of travel) and show proof of a negative PCR-test when completing the Travel Authorization Form. After completing and submitting the form, it will be reviewed and then you will receive a notice of approval to visit the island.

Traveling from Outside the Caribbean Bubble

If you are from the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Africa, or South America, you must meet specific requirements to partake in a St. Kitts & Nevis vacation:

  • Participate in a health screening at the airport including a temperature check
  • Download the SKN COVID-19 contact tracing mobile application on your phone to be used for the first two weeks of travel or less
  • Those visiting for just 1 to 7 days are allowed to move about their respective hotel property, interact with other guests, and participate in on-site activities
  • If you are staying longer, 8 to 14 days, you will need to pay for a PCR test ($100 USD) on day 7 of your stay. If your test is negative, on day 8 you’ll be allowed to book excursions through the hotel’s tour desk
  • If you’re staying longer than two weeks, you will pay for a PCR-test on day 14. If it is negative, you’ll be allowed to integrate into St. Kitts & Nevis

Only certain hotels are approved for international travelers, including properties by Four Seasons, Marriott Vacation Club, Hyatt, and Hilton.

Plan Your St. Kitts & Nevis Vacation

Shop our inventory of St. Kitts and Nevis timeshare rentals and begin planning your much-needed Caribbean vacation. Be sure to contact the resort directly before booking to ensure you are made aware of all the precautions and restrictions they have in place!

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