Effective 20th January 2022
All visitors to Bermuda aged 18 years and older must be fully immunised to land in Bermuda either by air or sea. Unvaccinated minor children who are not resident in Bermuda may travel to Bermuda with vaccinated parents/guardians (they cannot enter Bermuda unaccompanied).
Travellers who are unvaccinated and ordinarily resident in Bermuda are allowed to land and must quarantine on arrival for 10 days at an accommodation of their choosing.
If you are quarantining in a shared accommodation, you must quarantine alone, away from non-travellers.
Travel requirement steps for unimmunised travellers:
Visitors to Bermuda, 2-years-old or older, are required to have a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within 4 days before arrival
Residents returning to Bermuda are strongly advised to have a negative COVID-19 PCR test that taken within 4 days before arrival.
You will need to upload a copy of your test results as part of completing the Travel Authorisation application form. Most laboratories will provide you with a .pdf document showing the result, and this is the item you will need to upload.
1 to 3 days prior to arriving in Bermuda, apply for your Travel Authorisation. Have your test result ready to upload. Residents failing to complete a Travel Authorisation form before travelling to Bermuda will be charged $1,000 upon arrival for the completion of a Travel Authorisation. Your TA is considered incomplete and will be rejected if you do not upload the necessary documents.
Pay $75 to complete and submit your Travel Authorisation application. When approved, the Bermuda Government will email your travel authorisation to you. You must have an electronic or paper copy of the travel authorization to travel. Please check and double-check that the email you provide to us is correct. Also, check your junk/spam folder to make sure the travel authorisation is not there.
Upon arrival in Bermuda, have your Travel Authorisation available electronically or printed for scanning. Travellers 2 years and up will be tested on arrival. If a traveller refuses to test on arrival, they will be expected to quarantine at your accommodation for 14 days. If they refuse to test after the 14 days, they will have to quarantine for a further 14 days.
Travellers 10 years and over will be fitted with a quarantine bracelet, which can be removed at the end of their traveller quarantine
Quarantine until your negative Day 10 test is received. You may leave quarantine to get tested, then continue to quarantine until you receive your negative Day 10 test result