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Dominica Is Now Open For Tourism, Here's What You Need To Know
Americans now have another destination to put on the list of places we’re allowed to travel. Dominica is officially open again for tourism.
Nicknamed the “Nature Island,” Dominica reopened to international tourists on August 7th and requires travelers to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 3 days of arriving on the island.
In addition to the negative test, travelers will be required to complete a travel questionnaire at least 24 hours before traveling to Dominica. The online questionnaire can be found here.
Upon arrival, all travelers will be tested and if tested positive, there will be a mandatory quarantine at a government-certified hotel or approved facility.
All travelers will be required to wear face masks in the airport and when leaving the airport as well as adhering to social distancing guidelines.
When departing Dominica, only the driver and people traveling will be allowed to enter the airport.
Hotels and accommodations on the island have reopened to tourists as well.
You can find a full list of Dominica’s COVID-19 travel protocols here.