It is almost time for your trip to Bermuda! As you prepare, please be aware of the new travel requirements and entry screening process for visiting the island. Last Updated: September 30th, 2021

1. Complete the Online Bermuda Travel Authorization

Be advised that before arriving, all persons traveling to Bermuda are required to complete the online Bermuda travel authorization one to three days before departure. There is a cost of $75 per traveler for the travel authorization. The fee for travelers age 9 and younger is $30. Travelers failing to complete a Travel Authorization form before travelling to Bermuda will be charged $1,000 upon arrival for the completion of a Travel Authorization.

2. Complete and Present a Negative PCR COVID-19 Test

All visitors 2 years and older, must take a PCR COVID-19 test and obtain a negative result no more than four days prior of arrival in Bermuda. The requirements for a valid test can be found here. Upon arrival, travelers must show a copy of your Travel Authorization. If you do not have a printer, have ready a charged phone or tablet to show your Travel Authorization. Present a copy of the pre-departure COVID-19 negative test result taken no more than 4 days before departure. The day you test, is day 0. 

3. Get Tested by Bermuda Authorities Upon Arrival and Quarantine at Accommodation

In addition, all travelers must be tested by Bermuda authorities upon arrival at the airport.

Minor children (aged 17 and younger) travelling with immunized parents must follow the Child’s First 14 Days. For more information on travelling with a minor visit: Are you travelling with a minor?

Immunized Travelers from the United States and Canada must test upon arrival and head straight to their accommodation. Once arriving at their accommodation, traveler will quarantine while awaiting a negative PCR COVID-19 result (typically, 24 hours or less). You must then test on day 4, 8 and 14. See government guidance for immunized travelers here.

All immunized travelers will be given a red wristband upon arrival. Immunized travelers WITH pretest must wear it until receiving the negative arrival test. Immunized travelers WITHOUT pretest must wear it until receiving the negative DAY 4 test. All unimmunized children travelling with an immunized parent/guardian will be given a red wristband upon arrival, which must be worn until receiving their negative DAY 8 or DAY 10 test result.

Unimmunized travelers must complete their mandatory 14-day quarantine at an accommodation of their choice (at home or other accommodation). Unimmunized travelers will be required to specify if they can quarantine alone or if they will be sharing a household with others. If sharing a household with others, the traveler will have to list the names and contact information for all household members. All adult members of the household will be contacted and asked to sign a waiver agreeing to quarantine with the traveler for the remainder of the traveler’s quarantine. Wear a red wristband during their quarantine. And get tested 14 days after the traveler’s arrival to Bermuda (this test will be scheduled for household members at Perot).

To complete the travel authorization please click here

4. Purchase Insurance

Travelers must also purchase insurance that would cover COVID-19 should they fall ill while in Bermuda. Allianz offers travel insurance that covers COVID-19 related health/medical expenses for travelers from the U.S.

For more details and information on health screenings and testing requirements, please visit the Bermuda Tourism Authority website.

Before returning to the USA effective immediately, the United States requires that all air passengers entering the country will be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test prior to boarding their flight as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).   Many of our travel suppliers have made arrangements for on-site COVID-19 testing right at your hotel (view these travel supplier policies).

Reminder-if you do any COVID testing or seek any healthcare while abroad, please retain all receipts for insurance purposes.