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Published on Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Anguilla expands 'vacation bubble' as more hotels reopen

Anguilla this month moved to Phase Two of its reopening plan, allowing short-stay tourists to enter under pre-entry approval requirements.

It has now expanded the 'Vacation Bubble' concept which allows resorts to 'safely offer short-stay guests access to a variety of approved amenities, services and activities while they stay in place.'

It lets visitors 'interact with Anguilla's tourism product while limiting their interaction with Anguilla's population.'

This allows for safely managed dining out at certified restaurants, playing golf, scuba diving, kayaking and other activities and excursions.

"We are pleased to announce that Anguilla's hospitality product can now reopen in a safe though unprecedented way, subject to inspections and safety protocols designed to protect the health of our visitors and our nation," said Minister of Tourism and Infrastructure, Haydn Hughes. 

Entry requirements include proof of a negative PCR test taken within five days of arrival, and insurance covering costs for Covid-19 treatment for up to 30 days.

There is also a fee payable depending on the length of stay in Anguilla.

Many key resorts have recently reopened with the introduction of Phase Two, including Belmond Cap Juluca and Frangipani Beach Resort.

CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa reopens from 14 November, and the Four Seasons Resort & Residences and the Quintessence Hotel are ready to welcome guests again from 19 November.

The island has recorded only three Covid-19 cases and none for several months.


Written by Ray Montgomery, US Editor

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