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Travel During COVID-19

 

 

With the reintroduction of cruise tourism, keeping the spread of the COVID-19 virus to a minimum in the Cayman Islands is a top priority for Government.

The information needed to make informed travel decisions can be found below. Due to the fluid nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, border decisions will continue to be evaluated and processes are subject to change.

Travellers are advised to check this website frequently for the latest news and information prior to confirming travel plans.

 

What's New?

  • All vaccinated travellers
  • Unvaccinated Caymanians, Residents and Work Permit Holders
  • Unvaccinated visitors who have close ties to the country (Persons who own local properties and businesses, or who are a spouse, civil partner, parent, step-parent, child, grandchild, step-child, or grandparent of a Caymanian or Resident)
  • Unvaccinated children under the age of 12
  • Cruise travellers. Read more
  • Unvaccinated tourist visitors (including unvaccinated tourist visitor age 12 and over) who do not have close ties to the country
  • Unaccompanied unvaccinated tourist visitor children (i.e. under the age of 12)
  • Unvaccinated children under the age of 12 years old will assume the vaccination status of their adult travel companions. 
  • Unaccompanied unvaccinated children are not permitted to enter the Cayman Islands. 
  • All children age 12 years and over are required to be vaccinated to be exempt from quarantine.  
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All travellers are required to apply on the Travel Cayman Portal and will be issued with a travel certificate which is required for entry

Unvaccinated travellers are required to apply no less than 5 days prior to departing for the Islands. 

Vaccinated travellers are required to apply no less than 72 hours prior to departing for the Islands. 


Note: The requirement for a travel application does not apply to cruise travellers

All incoming travellers aged 5 years and over must provide a negative result from a PCR or certified antigen-detecting rapid diagnostic test (LFT) taken no earlier than the day before departure.

Seven (7) days of quarantine is required for:

  • Unvaccinated travellers (age 12 years and over), including unvaccinated Caymanians, along with all unvaccinated members of their households.

Vaccinated household members are not required to quarantine but will be required to undergo daily LFT for 7 days if they will to leave the premises.

GPS Tracking is required for all travellers and their companions age 10 years and over who are approved to quarantine at a private residence.

Post arrival testing is not required unless the traveller is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

Note: Regular LFT screening is highly recommended for all persons in the Cayman Islands.

The post arrival testing requirement does not apply to cruise travellers


Safety First

Safeguarding public health and keeping the spread of COVID-19 to a minimum is a top priority for the Cayman Islands government. Several layers of protection have been implemented to minimise risks, including:

  • PCR testing,
  • Antigen-detecting rapid diagnostic testing,
  • Monitoring through geofencing technology, and
  • Random checks and penalties for non-compliance.

 

Travel Cayman Approval

When planning to travel, it is important to be aware of travel protocols. All travellers to the Cayman Islands are required to complete the online travel form via the Travel Cayman portal.

Please Note: When checking-in for a flight to the Cayman Islands, all passengers must present their:

  • travel authorisation certificate issued by Travel Cayman
  • their negative PCR test or antigen-detecting rapid diagnostic test result from a registered provider, taken no earlier than the day before before departure
  • passport and any other standard documents required for travel

 

To understand the requirements, get how-to advice and submit an application,

Click Here

 

For information on the quarantine process and off-boarding process visit here. 

 

 

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