Our industry is back and we continue to lead it

COVID restrictions are lifting across our destinations. The Meetings & Events industry is emerging stronger than ever, making sure everyone feels welcome, safe and no detail is overlooked.

Mexican Caribbean (Cancun, Isla Mujeres, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Cozumel), Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Huatulco, Acapulco, and Ixtapa.
Status: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
All travelers: There are no entry restrictions in Mexico and no obligation to provide proof of negative COVID test or to observe a quarantine period upon entering the country. Since March 2022, travelers to the country no longer needed to fill out a Health Declaration form.

Status: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
All travelers: It is no longer required to obtain a travel authorization through the 'jamcovid' or 'visitjamaica' websites. All travelers 12 and older must submit proof of a negative PCR test or antigen test taken 72 hours prior to the date of travel to Jamaica. Jamaica maintains nightly limitations on movements from midnight to 5 am however this does not affect airport transfers. If stopped, passengers may be asked to show the flight itinerary.

Status: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
All travelers: No proof of vaccination, negative test result, or quarantine is required. Travelers ages 18 and older must fill out the free Electronic Entry/Exit Form (E-Ticket) which combines the Traveler's Health Affidavit, Customs Declaration, and International Embarkation/Disembarkation forms required for entry and exit within 72 hours of arrival & departure. Information for up to six family members can be included in one application. Two QR codes will be generated, one for entry, one for the exit.
Additional Information: There is a brief health screening upon arrival on passengers selected at random. The form is available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Russian and can be accessed through the following link: https://eticket.migracion.gob.do/

Status: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
All travelers: Beginning Saturday, March 26, 2022, individuals arriving from the continental United States will not be required to create a Safe Travels account, show their COVID-19 vaccination status, or take a pre-travel test when traveling to the Hawaiian Islands.
Passengers arriving in Hawaii on direct international flights must still adhere to federal U.S. entry requirements, which include showing proof of an up-to-date vaccination document and negative pre-travel COVID-19 test results taken within one day of travel. For more information, visit www.hawaiicovid19.com/travel.

Status: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
Vaccinated travelers: No negative test result is required for entry for those vaccinated and those who have recovered from Covid in the past nine months.
Unvaccinated adults: Provide a negative PCR test result taken 48 hours prior to arrival or an antigen test taken 24 hours before arrival.
Children: Kids 5 and older who are not fully vaccinated must show a negative RT-PCR test taken within 48 hours of arrival.
All travelers: The Electronic Health Authorization Form (Electronic Health Authorization System-EHAS) is required for all travelers and must be submitted within 72 hours of arrival.
The St. Maarten SXM Protection Plan Insurance is mandatory for all travelers. The plan rate varies depending on the traveler's age and covers hospital costs, ICU costs, doctor consultation, Covid tests, and medical evacuation, if necessary. All arrival passengers are subjected to temperature checks.

Status: Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers
Vaccinated travelers: Travelers are required to fill out a Health Pass, from Monday, March 7 through March 31 will be subject to random checks of this requirement. As of April 1st, the Health Pass will no longer be a requirement for tourists to enter Costa Rica. Mandatory mask use remains in force, as well as the protocol of handwashing and temperature checks before entering commercial establishments or activities.
Unvaccinated travelers: During the month of March, non-vaccinated tourists, tourists who are not fully vaccinated or those who have received vaccines not endorsed by the World Health Organization can continue to enter the country as long as they have completed the Health Pass and purchased Travel Insurance. Beginning on April 1, the Health Pass will be eliminated as a requirement for non-vaccinated foreign nationals, and the purchase of health insurance will no longer be required.
Entry requirements for children: Tourists who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and individuals aged 18 and younger (even if unvaccinated) can enter the country without a travel policy. The last dose of the vaccine must have been applied at least 14 days prior to arrival in Costa Rica.
Other important information:
Beginning April 1, 2022, the Health Pass and travel insurance policy requirements will be eliminated for all individuals. However, a travel insurance policy that covers Covid-19 related events is recommended to cover medical expenses and lodging in the event of COVID-19 infection.