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St Lucia alerts and entry requirements correct as of 11:00 GMT on Saturday 25th December 2021

 

There are currently no urgent travel alerts for St Lucia.

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Please read all the latest Requirements to enter St Lucia

Requirements to enter St Lucia

You must check all requirements before heading to the airport.

There are no restrictions on who can travel to St Lucia, as long as the latest travel requirements are adhered to. Please check the Government of St Lucia website before travelling.

Pre-departure test

All customers aged 5 and above will need to complete a PCR Covid-19 test within 5 days of departure and carry evidence of the negative result. 

If you need a helping hand, we have advice on private testing providers. 

Find out how to book your Covid-19 tests

 

Entry documents

Before travelling you must obtain a travel authorisation document to be permitted entry into St Lucia. To receive authorisation, you will be required to upload your negative PCR test result taken within 5 days of your departure. Once approved, your authorisation document will be sent via email. Please ensure you carry this with you.

 

Covid-19 testing on arrival

On arrival in St Lucia, all travellers will be screened including temperature checks at the airport. If you display symptoms, you may be required to take a Covid-19 test, even if you presented a negative result at check in/on arrival.

 

Quarantine

If you're fully vaccinated, you will not be required to quarantine on arrival. You must have received your second vaccine dose at least 14 days prior to arrival, and you will need to present proof of your Covid-19 vaccination status.

Please note if you are travelling with a child aged 5-17 years old and would like them to also be exempt from quarantine, they will be required to be retested on arrival at your own cost. They must then remain in quarantine until a negative result is received.

 

Passport

Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay; you don’t need any additional period of validity on your passport beyond this.

Make sure you have a spare page in your passport for the entry stamp.

 

Visa

If you hold a British passport, you do not need a visa to visit St Lucia. On arrival, you'll be given a specified period to stay, and if you wish to stay longer you must apply through the St Lucia Immigration Department.

 

Pre-departure test

All customers aged 5 and above will need to complete a PCR Covid-19 test within 5 days of departure and carry evidence of the negative result. 

If you need a helping hand, we have advice on private testing providers. 

Find out how to book your Covid-19 tests

 

Entry documents

Before travelling you must obtain a travel authorisation document to be permitted entry into St Lucia. To receive authorisation, you will be required to upload your negative PCR test result taken within 5 days of your departure. Once approved, your authorisation document will be sent via email. Please ensure you carry this with you.

 

Covid-19 testing on arrival

On arrival in St Lucia, all travellers will be screened including temperature checks at the airport. If you display symptoms, you may be required to take a Covid-19 test, even if you presented a negative result at check in/on arrival.

 

Quarantine

The authorities have specified approved Covid-19 properties and businesses that are confirmed to comply with health and safety standards. Unvaccinated visitors to St Lucia must remain on the property in an approved accommodation for 14 days. 

Unvaccinated residents must quarantine for 14 days, the first 8 days in a state quarantine facility. 

 

Passport

Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay; you don’t need any additional period of validity on your passport beyond this.

Make sure you have a spare page in your passport for the entry stamp.

 

Visa

If you hold a British passport, you do not need a visa to visit St Lucia. On arrival, you'll be given a specified period to stay, and if you wish to stay longer you must apply through the St Lucia Immigration Department.

Following the latest government, World Health Organisation, and industry regulatory guidance, you must wear a face mask or face covering at all times onboard the flight and throughout the airport.

You may only remove the face mask for the following reasons:

  • To avoid harm or injury, or the risk of harm or injury, to yourself or others
  • To eat or drink where it is reasonably necessary to do so, or to take medication

There are some exemptions that apply to the wearing of face masks or face coverings:

  • If you can't put on, wear, or remove a face covering without severe distress, or due to any physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability (within the meaning of section 6 of the Equality Act 2010)
  • If you're travelling with, or providing assistance to, another person who relies on lip reading to communicate
  • Children 11 and under unless you are travelling to/from the US*

*Customers travelling to or from the USA aged 2 and over must wear a face mask at all times in the airport and onboard the flight. The same exemptions apply.

St Lucia airport guides

 

St Lucia

Hewanorra International Airport (UVF)

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