Turks and Caicos Eases Visitor Entry Requirements

The Turks and Caicos Islands Government will ease entry protocols for vaccinated travelers to the destination beginning May 1, including the elimination of pre-visit registration on the Turks and Caicos’ traveler portal, said Turks and Caicos Tourist Board (TCTB) officials in a statement. The territory’s Public and Environmental Health Arriving Passengers Travel Clearance Regulations announced vaccinated visitors are no longer required to provide a negative Covid test and provide proof of travel insurance to gain entry to the country. 

Additionally, travelers will no longer be required to register on the TCI Assured portal, which will be discontinued on April 30. The Turks and Caicos continues to require all visitors to be fully vaccinated to enter the country and stay at its resorts.

“We are delighted to make it easier for travelers to rediscover Turks and Caicos,” said Pamela Ewing, the Turks and Caicos’ director of tourism. “Throughout 2021 and the first quarter of 2022, we saw strong visitor numbers from our largest source market, the United States and we believe the measures announced today will boost numbers further in 2022.”

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