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Bonaire travel restrictions

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Published on 22.03.2022, :

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Flight Restrictions

published 06.07.2020
1. Passengers are not allowed to enter until 1 August 2020.
– This does not apply to residents of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands or St. Maarten.
– This does not apply passengers traveling as students.
2. Flights to Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba are suspended.
– This does not apply to flights arriving from Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands or St. Maarten.
– This does not apply to repatriation and medical flights.
3. Passengers are subject to quarantine.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands or St. Maarten.
4. Passengers arriving from Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands or St. Maarten must have a medical certificate with a negative Coronavirus (COVID-19) test result issued at most 72 hours before departure.

Quarantine

Quarantine Requirement- Unknown where.

*Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to quarantine. Information is available on the website of the government of St. Eustatius.
Entry to St Eustatius if you’re not fully vaccinated: If you’re not fully vaccinated you need to present a negative PCR test result taken not more than 48 hours before departure. In addition, you will have to go into mandatory quarantine for 7 days with an exit test on day 7. The quarantine applies to travellers of all ages. The test does not apply to travellers aged 10 years and under. If parents and guardians travel with unvaccinated children of 5 to 17 years, they must go into quarantine for 5 days with their children, even if they are vaccinated.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

* If you are fully vaccinated and traveling internationally to Bonaire, you need to take an antigen test within 24 hours before departure or a PCR test within 48 hours before departure
Find out if you qualify as fully vaccinated in Bonaire on the website of the government from Bonaire.
Entry to St Eustatius if you’re fully vaccinated: Fully vaccinated travellers of 10 years and over need to present a negative antigen test result, taken no more than 24 hours before departure.
Entry to Saba if you’re fully vaccinated: All travellers aged 11 years and above must present a pre-departure negative test result; either a PCR test of not more than 72 hours old before arrival or an Antigen test not more than 48 hours old before arrival.

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Vaccination

*Bonaire: visit the website of the government of Bonaire to determine if you qualify as fully vaccinated.
*Saba: visit the website of the
to determine if you qualify as fully vaccinated.
*St. Eustatius: visit the website of the government of St Eustatius.
For all destinations: your appointment card will not be accepted as proof of vaccination.

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Full Restrictions

  • Bonaire Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the BES islands:
    Bonaire: All travellers should complete and submit the health declaration form, within 24 to 12 hours before departure.
    St Eustatius: All travellers should apply for entry via the EHAS form .
    Saba: Travellers to Saba must apply for entry via the EHAS form. More information can be found on the website of the government of Saba.
    Entry to Bonaire if you’re fully vaccinated:
    • If you are fully vaccinated and traveling from St Eustatius or Saba, you do not need to do a COVID-19 test
    • If you are fully vaccinated and traveling from Curacao, St Maarten, or Aruba, you do not need to do a COVID-19 test
    • If you are fully vaccinated and traveling internationally to Bonaire, you need to take an antigen test within 24 hours before departure or a PCR test within 48 hours before departure
    Find out if you qualify as fully vaccinated in Bonaire on the website of the government from Bonaire.
    Entry to St Eustatius if you’re fully vaccinated: Fully vaccinated travellers of 10 years and over need to present a negative antigen test result, taken no more than 24 hours before departure.
    Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to quarantine. Information is available on the website of the government of St. Eustatius.
    *Entry to Saba if you’re fully vaccinated
    Pre-departure: All travellers aged 11 years and above must present a pre-departure negative test result; either a PCR test of not more than 72 hours old before arrival or an Antigen test not more than 48 hours old before arrival.
    Children below the age of 11 are exempt from pre-departure tests, as are day travellers (staying only one day at the island).
    After arrival: All travellers, including children aged 2 years and above must take a test on day 2 and day 5 after their arrival, free of charge. In addition, children between 2 and 10 years old must take a nasal antigen test upon arrival.
    Further information, including where to get tested in Saba, is available on the website of the government of Saba.
    Proof of vaccination status: Find out if you qualify as fully vaccinated in Bonaire on the website of the government from Bonaire. Find out if you qualify as fully vaccinated in St Eustatius on the website of the government of St Eustatius.
    Proof of vaccination is not needed to enter Saba.
    Residents of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba: The entry requirements above apply to fully vaccinated Bonaire residents.
    St Eustatius residents travelling for one day (24 hours maximum) to and from St. Maarten are not subjected to a pre-entry test.
    Saba residents leaving the island for two nights or less are not required to take a pre-departure test.
    Entry to Bonaire if you’re not fully vaccinated
    • If you’re not fully vaccinated, and traveling from St Eustatius or Saba you do not need to show a negative COVID-19 test when entering Bonaire
    • If you’re not fully vaccinated, and traveling from Curaçao, Aruba, or St Maarten, you’ll need to show proof of a negative antigen test (taken no more than 24 hours before entry) or a negative PCR test (taken no more than 48 hours before entry) when entering Bonaire
    • If you’re not fully vaccinated and traveling internationally, you’ll need to show proof of a negative PCR test (taken no more than 48 hours before entry) when entering Bonaire.

    *Entry to St Eustatius if you’re not fully vaccinated: If you’re not fully vaccinated you need to present a negative PCR test result taken not more than 48 hours before departure. In addition, you will have to go into mandatory quarantine for 7 days with an exit test on day 7. The quarantine applies to travellers of all ages. The test does not apply to travellers aged 10 years and under. If parents and guardians travel with unvaccinated children of 5 to 17 years, they must go into quarantine for 5 days with their children, even if they are vaccinated. See the website of the government of St Eustatius for more information.
    Entry to Saba if you’re not fully vaccinated: The same rules apply as for fully vaccinated travellers.
    If you’ve had COVID-19 in the past year:
    Bonaire: If you’re fully vaccinated: you are free to enter Bonaire if you are able to show evidence of the following:
    • A positive PCR test (taken more than 10 days and less than 180 days ago)
    • A doctor’s note not older than 48 hours on departure
    • A positive antigen test
    • This is conditional on you not having COVID-19 symptoms
    If you have a positive antigen test 24 hours before arrival and did have COVID-19 in the last 10 days, you are not free to enter Bonaire.
    • If you’re not fully vaccinated and have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 180 days, you might be able enter Bonaire:
    1. If you were infected 8 weeks or more ago and have proof of a negative PCR test 48 hours before departure, you are free to enter Bonaire
    2. If you were infected less than 8 weeks ago
    You’ll need to show evidence of a positive PCR test (taken more than 10 days ago and less than 180 days ago). You will not need to take an additional COVID-19 test.
    All details are available on the website of the government of Bonaire.
    St Eustatius: Unvaccinated or non-fully vaccinated travellers must follow the entry requirements as laid out under ‘If you’re not fully vaccinated’, regardless of their recovery status.
    Saba: Travellers with a recent history of COVID-19 can enter with a positive test result not older than 8 weeks and/or a doctor’s letter confirming their infection in the last 8 weeks. The proof should state the date the person tested positive and the type of test they had. In addition, they will have to provide a negative antigen test not older than 48 hours before arrival.
    *Children and young people:
    Bonaire: Children aged 11 and under do not need to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to enter Bonaire.
    St Eustatius: Children aged 11 and under do not need to show a test result.
    Children aged 5 and under do not need to go into mandatory quarantine, unless their parents/guardians are not fully vaccinated.
    Unvaccinated children between 5 to 17 years must quarantine and their parents or guardians travelling with them are required to go in quarantine as well, even if they are fully vaccinated.
    Saba: Children aged 1 year and under are exempt from all testing requirements.
    Children aged 2 to 10 years do not require a pre-departure test, but they do require a test on arrival and on day 2 and 5.
    Children aged 11 and above are required to take a pre-departure test and a test on day 2 and day 5.
    *If you’re transiting through Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba:
    Bonaire: There are no separate rules for transiting passengers.
    St Eustatius: Rules for transiting passengers are not specified. Contact the local authorities for more information: info.covid19@statiagov.com or call +599 3182796.
    Saba: If you are visiting Saba for 1 day, you do not need to meet testing requirements. You do need to apply for entry via the EHAS form.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: The governments of the BES islands have put measures in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please see the below websites for the latest information:
    • Bonaire: see the crisis website of the Government of Bonaire
    • St Eustatius: see the website of the Government of St. Eustatius
    • Saba: see the website of the Government of Saba

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    22.03.2022
  • Bonaire Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the BES islands:
    Bonaire: All travellers (including fully vaccinated travellers) must meet certain testing requirements. All travellers are required to fill out a health declaration form. Information can be found on the website of the government of Bonaire.
    Saba: Travellers to Saba must apply for entry via the EHAS form and meet testing requirements, both pre-departure and after arriving, regardless of vaccination status. More information can be found on the website of the government of Saba.
    St Eustatius: Travellers are subject to border screening, testing before departure and after arrival, and quarantine requirements. Travellers who are not fully vaccinated must self-quarantine for 7 days upon arrival. All travellers must request entrance by email at least 24 hours before the planned date of arrival. You can find more Information on the website of the government of St. Eustatius .
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status:
    Bonaire: visit the website of the government of Bonaire to determine if you qualify as fully vaccinated.
    Saba: visit the website of the
    to determine if you qualify as fully vaccinated.
    St. Eustatius: visit the website of the government of St Eustatius.
    For all destinations: your appointment card will not be accepted as proof of vaccination.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: The governments of the BES islands have put measures in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please see the below websites for the latest information:
    • Bonaire: see the crisis website of the Government of Bonaire
    • St Eustatius: see the website of the Government of St. Eustatius
    • Saba: see the website of the Government of Saba

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    03.03.2022
  • Bonaire Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry rules in response to coronavirus: A flight ban is currently in place for flights to Bonaire from certain countries, including the United Kingdom. Entry to Saba and St Eustatius is subject to quarantine and testing requirements.
    *Entry to the BES islands:
    Bonaire: All travellers including from UK (including fully vaccinated travellers) must meet certain testing requirements before departure, upon arrival and on day 5 after arrival. All travellers are required to fill out a health declaration form. In addition, un- or non-fully vaccinated travellers must self-quarantine for 5 days upon arrival. Information can be found on the website of the government of Bonaire.
    *Saba: The Government of Saba has listed certain countries as very high risk All travellers (including fully vaccinated travellers) from very high risk countries must meet testing requirements before departure and on day 2 and day 5 after arrival, and apply to enter Saba before travelling by filling out an online application form. Travellers who are not fully vaccinated, must self-quarantine for 5 days upon arrival. More information can be found on the website of the government of Saba.
    *St Eustatius: All Travellers including British are subject to border screening, testing before departure and after arrival, and quarantine requirements. Travellers who are not fully vaccinated must self-quarantine for 10 days upon arrival. All travellers must request entrance by email at least 24 hours before the planned date of arrival. Information can be found on the website of the government of St. Eustatius .
    *Demonstrating your COVID-19 status:
    Bonaire: visit the website of the government of Bonaire to determine if you qualify as fully vaccinated.
    Saba: visit the website of the government of Saba to determine if you qualify as fully vaccinated.
    St. Eustatius: the government has not yet confirmed what proof of vaccination is accepted. For inquiries, you can call the island’s information phone number: +599 3184601
    For all destinations: your appointment card will not be accepted as proof of vaccination.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: The governments of the BES islands have put measures in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please see the below websites for the latest information:
    • Bonaire: see the crisis website of the Government of Bonaire
    • St Eustatius: see the website of the Government of St. Eustatius
    • Saba: see the website of the Government of Saba

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    06.01.2022
  • Bonaire Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the BES islands: Bonaire: Travellers must meet testing requirements and fill out a health declaration form. More information can be found on the website of the government of Bonaire.
    *Saba: The Government of Saba have listed certain countries as high risk. This currently includes the United Kingdom. Travellers from high risk countries must meet testing requirements and apply to enter Saba before travelling by filling out an online application form.Quarantine requirements depend on the country of departure and on whether a traveller is vaccinated. More information can be found on the website of the government of Saba.
    *St Eustatius: Travellers are subject to border screening, testing and quarantine requirements. All travellers must request entrance by email at least 72 hours before the planned date of arrival. Further information can be found on the website of the government of St. Eustatius.


    Internal Restrictions:
    *Public spaces and services: The governments of the BES islands have put measures in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please see the below websites for the latest information:
    • Bonaire: see the crisis website of the Government of Bonaire
    • St Eustatius: see the website of the Government of St. Eustatius
    • Saba: see the website of the Government of Saba

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    14.05.2021
  • Bonaire International Restrictions:
    *Entry to the BES islands. Bonaire: there is currently a flight ban in place for flights from the United Kingdom. More information can be found on the website of the government of Bonaire.
    Saba: The Government of Saba have listed certain countries as high risk. This currently includes the United Kingdom. All travellers must meet testing requirements and apply to enter Saba before travelling by filling out an online application form. More information can be found on the website of the government of Saba.
    St Eustatius: Travellers from the United Kingdom are subject to border screening, testing and quarantine requirements. All travellers must request entrance by email at least 72 hours before the planned date of arrival. Further information can be found on the website of the government of St. Eustatius.

    Internal Restrictions: *Public spaces and services: The governments of the BES islands have put measures in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please see the below websites for the latest information:
    • Bonaire: see the crisis website of the Government of Bonaire
    • St Eustatius: see the website of the Government of St. Eustatius
    • Saba: see the website of the Government of Saba

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    07.04.2021
  • Bonaire Latest News: Government extends ban on direct flights from the U.S. until 15 January (Info Bonaire, 15.12.2020). CDC recommends travelers avoid all nonessential international travel because of COVID-19 concerns (CDC, 28.09.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    Bonaire has not yet announced when flights to and from the United States will resume, but most U.S. airlines have cancelled flights until further notice. The borders of Bonaire and Saba are currently not open for non-essential travel. For travel to St Eustatius, travellers are subject to border screening (health & travel history) and a 14-day quarantine. They must also complete a travel questionnaire and take a C19 test before entering the country and on day 12 of quarantine. All travellers must request entrance by email at least 72 hours before the planned date of arrival. Further information can be found here

    Internal Restrictions:
    All residents and visitors to the island must adhere to social distancing and hygiene measures.

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    15.12.2020
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    Inbound restrictions:

    Bonaire has not yet announced when flights to and from the United States will resume, but most U.S. airlines have cancelled flights until at least September 2020. The borders of Bonaire and Saba are currently not open for non-essential travel. For travel to St Eustatius, travellers are subject to border screening (health & travel history) and a 14-day quarantine. They must also complete a travel questionnaire and take a C19 test before entering the country and on day 12 of quarantine. All travellers must request entrance by email at least 72 hours before the planned date of arrival. Further information can be found here [https://www.statiagovernment.com/news-and-tenders/news/2020/07/16/adjusted-travel-and-quarantine-policy-of-statia-per-17th-of-july-sxm-medium-risk].

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    Internal restrictions:

    All residents and visitors to the island must adhere to social distancing and hygiene measures.

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    28.07.2020
  • Bonaire *****

    Inbound restrictions:

    Until 1 July 2020, 6.00 p.m., there is a ban on passenger flights to the Caribbean Netherlands applying toEU countries, the UK and all countries in the Western hemisphere, with the exception of Aruba, Curaçao and St. Maarten.
    The Venezuelan authorities have closed the borders with Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao. There is currently no air or sea traffic between Bonaire and Venezuela. Bonaire has announced some limited relaxations of those travel restrictions for travelers that can present a negative COVID-19 test and proof of health insurance that covers the traveler overseas: Flights to and from Curacao will resume on 12June 2020; Flights to and from Aruba will resume on 15 June 2020 through 9 July 2020; Flights to and from Europe will resume on 1 July 2020. Bonaire has not yet announced when flights to and from the United States will resume, but most U.S. airlines have cancelled flights through mid-July 2020.

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    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

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    Internal restrictions:

    All residents and visitors to the island must adhere to social distancing and hygiene measures. Limitations on gatherings over 25 people remain in effect until 10 June.

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    26.06.2020
  • Bonaire Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Saba have restricted the entry of travelers from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, the Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Medical staff and patients who are transferred in the interest of public health on Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Saba may still enter.

    Inbound restrictions:

    Bonaire: All travellers will be barred from entry until 15 June. Residents of Bonaire that are stuck in Saba, Curacao, or St. Eustatius are allowed to return as of 8 May if given permission by the Island Governor, but will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return. Those who have been to areas of significant infection are asked to contact the Public Health Department at +599 416 3311, extension 314 and 315. Authorities have placed an indefinite ban on flights from Asia and Europe. Limitations on gatherings over 25 people remain in effect until 10 June.

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictionsSa on individuals seeking to depart the country.

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    25.05.2020
  • Bonaire

    Inbound restrictions:

    Bonaire: Extension of current flight prohibitions to 15 May.
    Bonaire and Saba: All travellers will be barred from entry amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents of Bonaire and Saba will be allowed entry but will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return.
    Those who have been to areas of significant infection are asked to contact the Public Health Department at +599 416 3311, extension 314 and 315.
    Authorities have placed an indefinite ban on flights from Asia and Europe.
    Bonaire: Extension of current flight prohibitions to 15 May.
    Saba: A lockdown is in place until 10 May. A curfew is in effect from 19.00 to 06.00 (local time).

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictionsSa on individuals seeking to depart the country.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Bonaire Travel Advice/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
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