The government of Bermuda(the Bermuda Tourism Authority) has announced that it will end its travel restriction on visitors.
The announcement was shared by the Bermuda Tourism Authority, an independent, non-government, entity and the official destination marketing organization for the island country.
This is just three weeks earlier than it had originally intended for its travel authorization (TA) process which it hopes will streamline the overall travel experience for visitors to Bermuda.
Previously, the Bermuda Government announced that the legislation brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, including the use of the TA, would come to an end on November 30, 2022.
What does this mean? Effective November 14, visitors to the island of Bermuda will experience a simpler travel experience via the resumption of its free digital arrival form to capture visitor data for Bermuda.
Visitors to Bermuda will no longer be required to do a pre-travel or on-island COVID testing.
Visitors will simply need to follow three simple steps:
- Go to www.BermudaArrivalCard.com
- Complete the form accurately and completely with visitor details
- Download the form and present it to immigration officials for inspection
The process is completely free, it does not include any fees or an approval process.
Visitors simply need to fill out the required fields and completed the form which is available as a downloadable link or by email.
All non-residents who travel to Bermuda as of November 14 must complete the Bermuda Arrival Card even if they have previously completed a travel authorization form.
Hard copy ‘Pink Forms’ will be available for non-resident travelers who have not completed the digital Bermuda Arrival Card.
There is no need to accept a ‘Pink Form’ if you have completed the digital form. A preliminary version of the form can be found at www.BermudaArrivalCard.com and testing and optimisation will be complete in the next few days.
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