Anguilla is reopening its border to international visitors, including those from the U.S., on Aug. 21. At that time the island will begin accepting online applications for entry from visitors.
The process initially includes an application form found at www.ivisitanguilla.com, asking for the visitor's address and proposed travel dates. Once that form is approved, the visitor must upload results of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within three to five days prior to travel as well as proof of a health insurance policy to cover medical expenses incurred in relation to coronavirus treatment.
After all documents are received and approved, an electronic certificate authorizing travel to Anguilla will be issued.
All passengers will be given a PCR test upon arrival, with a second test administered on day 10 of their visit. During this time, visitors must remain at their villa or hotel. Once a negative result is returned from the second test, guests are free to explore the island.
A list of approved accommodations will be available on the government website in the next few days. All properties, including villas, must be registered and certified to receive guests.
Currently, Anguilla is Covid-free and mask-wearing is not mandatory, although social distancing must be observed.