TThese are the Caribbean islands you can see (despite the travel ban) without being isolated when you return to the UK:
1. Anguilla: Test before departure
It may be open but visitors to Anguilla will have to go through lots of hoops on their holidays.
Applications created through ivisitanguilla.com need to be updated with a negative PCR test taken three to five days before admission. All arrivals are then examined upon arrival, and again, ten days later. For the first ten days of the holiday they must stay in the accommodation of their choice, which can be a private villa, hotel or resort. Only after the second negative test can they move freely around Anguilla.
Although this process is not cheap. Covid-19-related treatment costs will not only require the provision of an insurance policy for visitors, they will be charged a separate প্রতি 1,000 (70,770) for a stay of less than three months. Fitty will be charged a total of 500 1,500 (পরিবার 1,155) per family to check during your trip, additional health workers and surveillance and security covers for port and accommodation.
2. Antigua and Barbuda: Test before departure
In Antigua and Barbuda all passengers 12 years of age or older, including country changers, must provide proof of a negative PCR test that is not more than seven days before arrival. VC Bird International Airport has more health screening arrangements and one more test may be required for arrival.
3: Barbados: Test before departure
All visitors must present evidence of a negative Covid test 72 hours before arrival. Everyone arriving from the UK must stay in an approved hotel (at their own expense) or in a government facility, until they receive a second negative test result 2-3 days after arrival. After their second clearing they are free to explore the island and leave the designated accommodation. They will be asked to monitor their health and check-in with public health representatives via call or text.
4: Bermuda: Test before departure
All visitors from the UK must apply for travel approval and have a pre-departure check.
5. St. Lucia: Test before departure
Visitors must provide a negative test result that is no earlier than seven days. All arriving passengers will be screened at the airport with temperature checking. Any notable passengers will be disconnected and checked. Visitors must stay at an approved resort.
St. St. Vincent and the Grenadines: Test before departure
All travelers must complete the pre-arrival questions available at www.health.gov.vc. If you are traveling from the UK, you must arrive with a negative test result no more than five days before arrival. You will be notified when you arrive at SVG and will have to wait up to 722 hours at a government approved hotel to wait for clearance.