JAMAICA

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Open to US citizens? Yes

Test required? Yes

Quarantine required? Yes

Insurance required? No

Additional Notes:
For tourist visitors who are staying in the “resilient corridor” designated for tourism purposes -
 
Under this measure, persons are required to remain at their hotel/resort within the corridor for the duration of their stay. They may, however, leave the hotel/resort to visit any tourist attraction, that is certified by the Jamaica Tourist Board to be a COVID-19 Resilient licensed tourist attraction located within the resilient corridor. The list of such attractions is available on the visitjamaica.com website. All travel to and from the attraction must be on transportation licensed under the Tourist Board Act.

The Resilient Corridors comprise two (2) parts:

  • Part 1: A Northern segment stretching from Negril in Westmoreland across the northern coastline to Port Antonio in Portland.

  • Part 2: A South Coast segment running from Milk River in Clarendon westward to Negril in Westmoreland

All persons traveling to Jamaica require a Travel Authorization document. A Travel Authorization is NOT required to book your flight. It is, however, a requirement for check-in and boarding and the airlines will not allow passengers to board without it. Non-resident applications may be submitted anytime within the five (5) day period before the intended date of travel.