Effective March 7, 2022:

Travel Requirements for: Visitors Arriving by Air

All visitors to Bermuda 2 years old and up are required to have an approved Travel Authorisation to enter Bermuda. Children under 2 years old do not need to apply for a Travel Authorisation.

Travel Authorisations (TA) are reviewed daily between 8.00am and 8.00pm and prioritized by arrival date. You can apply up to a month in advance and upload your vaccine record. You will receive an email reminder to upload your negative test result closer to your travel date. Once you have uploaded both your vaccine record and your negative test result, every effort will be made to respond within 24hrs.

All Bermuda visitors arriving by air aged 12 and older must be fully vaccinated. Click here for Bermuda’s definition of fully vaccinated.

Unvaccinated children aged 11 and under are welcome to Bermuda with a vaccinated parent or guardian. Those children will take on the vaccination status of the parent or guardian travelling with them

Vaccinated children aged 11 and under can apply for a Travel Authorisation based on their personal vaccination status.

Unaccompanied minors aged 12 years and older must be fully vaccinated.

Summary table of travel requirements for visitors arriving by air:

Passenger Category

Travel Application and Pre-Travel Test Requirements

Requirements on Arrival

Fully Vaccinated Travellers 12 years and over

Travel Authorisation required. Application is $40.

COVID-19 NAAT (PCR, LAMP or TMA) test up to 4 days before arrival


Supervised antigen up to 2 days before arrival

No on island testing required

Children 2- 11 years old

Travel Authorisation required. Application is $40.

If unvaccinated:

Mandatory COVID-19 NAAT test up to 4 days before arrival

If fully vaccinated:

COVID-19 NAAT test up to 4 days before arrival


Supervised antigen up to 2 days before arrival

Unvaccinated children travelling with vaccinated parent/guardian have no on island testing

Vaccinated children have no on island testing

Children under 2 years

Travel Authorisation not required

Testing not required

Pre-Travel Test Requirements

All visitors aged 2 and older must take a COVID-19 test before entering Bermuda and upload the negative result to their Travel Authorisation application form.

Fully vaccinated visitors may take either a COVID-19 NAAT test (PCR, LAMP or TMA) no more than 4 days before arrival, or a supervised antigen test no more than 2 days before arrival.

Unvaccinated children 2 to 11 years old must take a COVID-19 NAAT test no more than 4 days before arrival (supervised antigen tests are not accepted for unvaccinated travelers)

The requirements for a valid pre-travel test and details of the COVID-19 NAAT tests accepted in Bermuda are outlined here.

Travellers under 2 years old do not have test to enter Bermuda.

Testing and Quarantine Requirements on Arrival

Upon arrival to Bermuda, vaccinated travellers have no further testing requirements.

Accompanied unvaccinated minors travelling with fully vaccinated parents/guardians have no on island testing requirements.

Outbound tests for Visitors

If a visitor’s country of origin requires a test to return, it will automatically be scheduled and provided before they leave Bermuda.

An outbound supervised antigen test will automatically be booked for the day before a visitor’s scheduled departure from Bermuda (per the departure date entered on their Travel Authorisation).

An outbound PCR test will automatically be scheduled 2 days before a visitor’s scheduled departure date if that was selected on the Travel Authorisation application form.

Visitors will receive a test reminder email telling them where to attend their outbound test. These tests are included in the Travel Authorisation fee

Special cases: Visitors 12 years and over who have a medical contraindication to COVID-19 vaccines can click here for more information.

Instructions for Your Travel Authorisation Application:

Step 1: You may begin your travel authorisation application form by clicking the “Apply for Travel Authorisation” button at the bottom of this page.

If you are an adult travelling with children under 18 years old, complete your Travel Authorisation first, then complete a Travel Authorisation for each of the children travelling with you.

You do not need to complete a Travel Authorisation for children under 2 years old.

Step 2: Complete the application form and upload proof of vaccination.

Step 3: Pay $40 to complete and save your Travel Authorisation application. Only Visa and Mastercard credit cards are accepted (no American Express). Before saving your application, please verify that the email address entered on your application form is correct.

Step 4: Your application will be stored until the departure date listed on your application. Four days before your scheduled arrival to Bermuda, you will receive a reminder email to upload your pre-travel negative test result to complete your Travel Authorisation application. A link will be provided to allow you to return to your application form. You must submit your completed application at least 1 day before your scheduled departure. Once submitted, your application will be reviewed by the Quarantine Authority.

If approved, the Quarantine Authority will email your approved Travel Authorisation. All travellers must have an electronic or paper copy of the Travel Authorisation to travel. If you do not receive your Travel Authorisation email, check your junk/spam folder to make sure the Travel Authorisation is not there.

Non-residents who do not submit a valid pre-arrival test result will be notified by email that their test is not valid and will be given the opportunity to submit a valid result. If a traveller cannot submit a valid test result, they will be denied a Travel Authorisation and will not be able to travel to Bermuda

Step 5: Upon arrival to Bermuda, have your Travel Authorisation available electronically or printed for scanning by port health and immigration.

For any queries, contact Bermuda's COVID hotline at +1 (441) 444-2498 or on Toll Free Number (1-833-570-2594) or via email at