Coronavirus Travel Guide for Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba COVID-19 updates for Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

Information about the status of Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel disruptions affecting Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

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Coronavirus Guidance for: Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

Coronavirus: Travel status Borders for the Dutch islands are currently closed, and the Bonaire airport will remain closed through at least September 1.
Coronavirus Notice Passengers arriving from Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, France, Germany, Netherlands or St. Maarten are allowed entry.

last update: 01 Aug 2020

Can I travel to Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba?

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Please note that travel to Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba from the following places may be limited or unavailable. Even if travel is allowed, there may be specific stipulations in place, so please check the comments below:

   Aruba: See above/map for countries permitted to enter. Passengers must complete an online health questionnaire 72 hours before departure at www.edcardaruba.aw, and have health insurance. Passengers arriving must have proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken within the last 72 hours before arrival and upload it to www.edcardaruba.aw. Passengers without a test must take one upon arrival at the own expense and be quarantined for 1 day. updated: 16 Jul 2020

   Austria: Foreign travelers from outside the Schengen area and the UK are prohibited from entering Austria until further notice. Flights from Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, Egypt, Iran, Lombardy region of Italy, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine and United Kingdom are suspended. updated: 16 Jul 2020

   Belgium: Passengers arriving from outside the EEA/UK/Switzerland are not allowed to enter Belgium. updated: 09 Jul 2020

   Canada: Passengers are not allowed to enter Canada. updated: 01 Aug 2020

   China: From 28 March, China is suspending the entry into China of foreign nationals with visas issued before 27 March. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Colombia: Colombia announced that from March 16, all land, air and sea borders will remain shut. This includes its border with Venezuela where thousands of migrants and refugees cross daily. updated: 03 Jul 2020

   Croatia: Citizens from European Union or Schengen area can enter with no restrictions. Citizens from other European countries may still enter Croatia, but will have to prove their reason for entering the country (business, economic, touristic or personal reason). For tourism, it is required to present accommodation booking confirmation, camp lease contract, berth contract/reservation in a nautical tourism port,on of berth reservation in a nautical tourism port, travel agency voucher, etc. updated: 16 Jul 2020

   Curaçao: The Government of Curaçao has decided to maintain the Curaçao International Airport closed for all inbound passengers from all countries. Passengers are not allowed to enter, expcept those from Aruba, Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba and St. Maarten. updated: 23 Jun 2020

   Cyprus: Cyprus has placed countries into three lists: A, B and C. updated: 01 Aug 2020

   Czech Republic: Restrictions on travel to and from European Economic Area (EEA) and Schengen states have now been lifted. All other international arrivals - with the exception of those traveling from Australia, Canada, Japan, Montenegro, New Zealand, Serbia, Sweden, South Korea, Thailand, or the UK - require a similar health certificate or must self-isolate for 14-days. updated: 11 Jul 2020

   Denmark: Only citizens or residents of Denmark, EU (exc. Portugal and Sweden), EFTA and UK are allowed entry. Entry for foreign nationals is permitted for a variety of reasons including work, business, study, seeing family, and medical reasons/care giving. See the Further Information link for a complete list. updated: 30 Jun 2020

   Dominican Republic: The Dominican Republic has reopened to tourists. International airports in the Dominican Republic have also restarted all operations. updated: 03 Jul 2020

   Estonia: Estonia has opened it borders to residents from EU/Schengen and UK countries and the 14 countries on the EU safe list. updated: 07 Jul 2020

   Faroe Islands: Because of the current global situation regarding COVID-19, Visit Faroe Islands is appealing to tourists to NOT TRAVEL to the Faroe Islands in until June 30 at the earliest. Please note that this date may be extended, depending on how the situation develops. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Finland: Entry is not permitted until August 11. This does not include nationals or residents from EU/Schengen states, or students arriving from Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand, Tunisia or Uruguay. updated: 14 Jul 2020

   France: With the exception of the list provided by the EU on July 1, passengers arriving from a non-Schengen Member State are not allowed to enter France. This does not apply to nationals of EEA Member States, Switzerland, passengers with a British passport, and those with residence permits issued by France for the purpose of returning home. updated: 04 Jul 2020

   Gabon: Passengers from EU/EFTA/UK are not allowed to enter. updated: 19 Jul 2020

   Germany: All border limitations are for visitors from the E.U., Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and the United Kingdom, and Australia, Canada, Georgia, New Zealand, Thailand and Uruguay, but will remain for those from outside the E.U. until August 31. updated: 22 Jul 2020

   Gibraltar: The 'Rock' is Unlocked! updated: 24 Jun 2020

   Greece: Travel from within the EU/Schengen countries is permitted. From July 1st restrictions on non-essential travel from non-EU+ countries may be applicable, pending guidance from the European Union. Current guidance dictates that residents of these additional 14 countries are permitted to enter the EU: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay. Flights from Sweden are suspended. updated: 16 Jul 2020

   Greenland: On March 13, Denmark said it would temporarily close its borders to non-citizens, except residents.Persons wishing to enter Denmark must expect to be rejected entry at the Danish borders, including in Danish airports, unless they have a worthy purpose for entering, e.g. if the person lives or works in Denmark or has been commissioned to provide goods or services in Denmark. updated: 19 Jul 2020

   Guernsey: Exercising her powers under the Emergency Powers (Coronavirus) (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Regulations, 2020, the Medical Officer of Health has imposed a requirement on all persons arriving in the Bailiwick from anywhere in the world to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival. This is a legal requirement, and failure to comply is a criminal offence. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Hong Kong: Travellers arriving in Hong Kong on flights from overseas countries/territories, who are not Hong Kong residents, will be denied entry to Hong Kong. updated: 03 Jul 2020

   Hungary: Entry into Hungary is not permitted. This does not apply to nationals and residents of Hungary, and nationals of most European countries along with nationals of Japan and South Korea travelling for business. updated: 27 Jul 2020

   Iceland: Foreign nationals - except EU/EEA, EFTA, UK nationals and nationals on the EU safe list (see map/above) - are not allowed to enter Iceland. updated: 15 Jul 2020

   Iran: Passengers must go through medical screening upon arrival and will be subject to be tested for COVID-19 and to be placed in quarantine. updated: 19 Jul 2020

   Ireland: Passengers arriving in Ireland are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. This does not apply when arriving from Northern Ireland or the countries on the green list (see map). updated: 23 Jul 2020

   Isle of Man: The Isle of Man closed its borders to non-residents from 9am on Monday March 23rd 2020 to help contain the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Italy: Passengers arriving from European Union, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican City will not face any restrictions upon entering Italy. Passengers can arrive from the list of other countries issued by the EU on July 1. Passengers from other countries are not allowed to enter until 31 July. updated: 16 Jul 2020

   Jersey: Jersey has a level of risk to all countries and arrivals from a country are subject to the restrictions depending on its risk. updated: 09 Jul 2020

   Latvia: From May 15, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are opening their borders to allow citizens from each country to travel freely in and out. Additionally, nationals and residents of nationals and residents of Switzerland, EEA Member States, United Kingdom, Andorra, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia, San Marino, Serbia, Vatican City, Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, South Korea, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay may enter. Anyone entering from any other state will have to remain in quarantine for 14 days. updated: 24 Jul 2020

   Liechtenstein: From 18 March, the border crossings at Schellenberg and Mauren will be closed, the border crossings at Ruggell and Schaanwald will remain open for commuters, goods traffic and transit. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Lithuania: Open borders to EU/Schengen countries. No quarantine for EU/Schengen countries with low infection rates. As of 29.05.2020 entry from the following countries is not permitted due to the infection rate falling above the allowed limit: UK, Sweden, Belgium, Portugal. Entry from the following countries is permitted with a 14-day quarantine: Malta, Ireland, Spain. Entry from one of the remaining EU/EEA countries is permitted with no quarantine requirement. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Luxembourg: Passengers arriving from an EU/EFTA/GB country and the 14 countries on the EU safe list are allowed to enter Luxembourg. updated: 07 Jul 2020

   Malta: A travel ban is in place until 13 August 2020. Flights from 50 countries can resume. updated: 16 Jul 2020

   Monaco: All non-essential travel is banned. The closest airport is Nice, in France, which is subject to French restrictions. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Netherlands: Passengers are not allowed to enter the Netherlands except for permanent residence permit holders, nationals, and family members of nationals of EEA Member States, Switzerland, the UK and 14 other countries on the EU permitted list. updated: 02 Jul 2020

   Norway: Anyone arriving in Norway from abroad shall be in quarantine for 10 days, with the exception of specified countries in Europe with sufficiently low transmission. updated: 26 Jul 2020

   Poland: The suspension of international passenger air travel was lifted on June 16, for flights to and from other EU / EFTA countries. Border restrictions for non-EU / EFTA citizens remain unchanged. updated: 23 Jun 2020

   Portugal: Flights to Portugal other than those arriving from Angola, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Cape Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mozambique, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sao Tome and Principe, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, United Kingdom or Venezuela are suspended. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Romania: Only residents, and EU/Schengen/GB nationals and the countries on the EU 'safe' list are permitted to enter the country. updated: 08 Jul 2020

   San Marino: Passengers arriving from the European Union, the Schengen Area or the United Kingdom will not face any restrictions upon entering San Marino. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Sint Maarten: St. Maarten is officially open for international tourism, following the reopening of Princess Juliana Airport (SXM) on July 1st. updated: 01 Jul 2020

   Slovakia: Passengers from 19 countries including Germany, Austria, Hungary and Czech Republic are allowed to enter Slovakia. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Slovenia: Foreign and non-resident Passengers are not allowed to enter Slovenia. Nationals and residents of Slovenia are required to self-isolate for a period of 7 days. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   South Korea: From 1 April, all arrivals – regardless of their nationality and length of stay – will be required to undergo quarantine for a period of 14 days. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   Spain: Foreign Passengers are not allowed to enter Spain, with the exception of European member or Schengen and UK member states or the list of safe countries issued by the EU. updated: 05 Jul 2020

   Sweden: Borders opened to tourists from the E.U. on June 15, although some European countries, including Norway and Denmark, are not permitting entry to people traveling from Sweden. Passengers can arrive from the list of other countries issued by the EU on July 1. updated: 04 Jul 2020

   Switzerland: Switzerland has lifted all entry restrictions for EU, EFTA and UK countries. While restrictions on workers from non-EU/EFTA/UK states have been relaxed, tourists from these third-countries citizens are still ineligible to travel as a stay of fewer than 90 days will only be authorised in cases of special necessity. updated: 06 Jul 2020

   US Virgin Islands: From June 1, Leisure visitors may travel to the Territory. Incoming passengers are subject to health screenings and temperature checks to identify potential health risks and may be required to take the COVID-19 test. updated: 18 Jun 2020

   USA: Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China, Czech Rep., Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the UK, in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter and transit. updated: 26 Jul 2020

   United Kingdom: Passengers arriving from over 65 countries will not have to self-isolate for 14 days. Passengers from other countries will need to self-isolate for 14 days. updated: 31 Jul 2020

   Vatican City: Passengers arriving from the European Union, the Schengen Area and the United Kingdom will not face any restrictions upon entering the Vatican City. updated: 18 Jun 2020

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