The Caribbean nation of St. Kitts and Nevis has removed its travel restrictions for tourists, and the Atlantic island of Bermuda has eased some of its travel restrictions for unvaccinated travelers from this week.
Firstly, St. Kitts and Nevis eliminated all Covid-related entry restrictions for international travelers and the Caribbean getaway destination is ready to welcome back tourists.
The only thing that visitors to St. Kitts have to do is fill out and submit the official Online Immigration and Customs ED Form before departure and present the receipt upon arrival at the airport.
To celebrate the reopening for all travelers, the tourism board is offering free nights on a ton of different hotel stays, such as 3 free nights on a 7-day booking.
From resorts stays to boutique, seaside getaways, there are beautiful accommodations to choose from across the islands
As of August 22, 2022, officials in Bermuda have updated the requirements for all unvaccinated travelers entering the country.
Back in March, unvaccinated persons were officially banned from entering the country for leisure travel purposes. In some cases, unvaccinated travelers could show official proof of a medical exemption to visit the country and had to apply for travelers exception at least 10 days prior to travel.