COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country. Fully vaccinated travelers and in-transit passengers no longer need to have a test before travel to St Lucia. You must upload proof of vaccination All unvaccinated travellers must have a negative RT- PCR COVID-19 test, taken up to five days prior to entering Saint Lucia and must register their information and upload test results online prior to travel On completion, they will receive an automatic ‘ready to go’ email.
All unvaccinated travellers must have a negative RT- PCR COVID-19 test, taken up to five days prior to entering Saint Lucia. St Lucia accepts the following tests:
• nasopharyngeal sample
• oropharyngeal sample
• nasal sample
• anterior nares sample
• mid turbinate samples
The following tests are not accepted:
• LAMP tests
• self-administered tests or home kits
• saliva samples
Unvaccinated passengers arriving without tests or with the wrong type of test will be tested on arrival at their own cost and will be required to remain in quarantine until the result of the test is known.
Unvaccinated children aged 5 and over will need to have a RT- PCR COVID-19 test, taken up to five days prior to entering Saint Lucia and have a second PCR test on the day after arrival (Non Residents) or at the airport on arrival (Residents). The cost of the test in Saint Lucia will be borne by the traveller. Test results will be received in 24 to 48 hours. Once the test is returned negative, these minors will be afforded the same access as their fully vaccinated parents (travelling companions).
Children 4 years and under do not need to provide any documentation
. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the 90 days leading up to travel to Saint Lucia and the result of your test for travel is positive, you are required to submit the following three documents:
1. The results of the first positive test result which led to isolation/quarantine (this must be a PCR test)
2. A discharge letter from your doctor stating your clearance after isolation, or a Recovery Pass
3. The most recent Standard PCR test taken no more than 5 days before arrival into country