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Turks and Caicos is now open for tourism

As of May 2022, quarantine is no longer required. A TCI Assured Travel authorization, insurance, and negative COVID-19 test are also no longer required. All travellers must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Face masks are also no longer required.

All visitors aged 18 and over must still be fully vaccinated to enter the Turks and Caicos islands. Your vaccination status will be checked by your airline before boarding and when you arrive in the Turks and Caicos islands. Fully vaccinated means 14 days after receiving the second dose of any World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccine course, or 14 days after an approved single dose course. You must have received your final dose of an approved vaccine course at least 14 days prior to arrival or entry will be denied. Boosters are not required.

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Travel Authorization Via the TCI Assured Portal is No Longer Required

TCI Assured was an online portal where all international travellers, including visitors and residents were required to obtain certification before travelling to the Turks and Caicos islands. TCI Assured was also the name for the mandatory quality assurance requirements for hotels, villas, restaurants, and transportation vehicles. All businesses were required to have been TCI Assured and to have displayed the certification sticker. While you may still see this sticker, it is no longer required.

For more information on entry requirements, see Visit Turks & Caicos Islands.

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Immigration
The Turks and Caicos Islands is not a sovereign country, and shares a common nationality with other British Overseas Territories. Upon arrival, you will need to complete an immigration form to be presented to an immigration officer. Visitors are granted entry for 90 days. Visit an office of the Immigration Department to inquire about lengthening a stay. As in other countries, working is not allowed on a tourist stamp.
Passport
Upon arrival in the Turks and Caicos Islands, you must show a valid passport. You must also have a valid onward or return ticket. Passports must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended departure date.
Visas

Citizens of some countries do not need a visa to enter the Turks and Caicos Islands. Visitors who normally require a visa to enter the United Kingdom are recommended to confirm with their booking agent or government website. Visa regulations may change frequently. If your country is not exempted, you will need a visa. You do not need a visa if you have a valid:

  • US Tourist or Resident Visa (including a H-1B work visa or green card).
  • UK Tourist or Resident Visa.
  • Canadian Tourist or Resident Visa.

Applications for visa are made to either the nearest British High Commission or Embassy as Turks and Caicos is a British Overseas Territory, or directly to the local Director of Immigration. You will be provided with the current application form. For more information about obtaining a visa, call the Turks and Caicos Islands Government at +1 (649) 946-2801.

Customs
You are allowed to bring in $600 of goods duty free (goods which will remain in the islands). If a resident or tourist exceeds the duty free allowance, the head of each family will also be required to complete a customs form (C105). If travelling together, but with different surnames, each person will need to complete their own customs declaration form.

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For more information on entry requirements, see Visit Turks & Caicos Islands. Contact us today to book your Turks and Caicos Island experience of a lifetime. From romantic getaways to lively family gatherings, including large groups of family and friends, we make every Turks and Caicos visit special. Our secluded botanical resort is centrally located so you can explore Grace Bay and beyond, completing whatever adventure is on your bucket list, before retreating to Kokomo Botanical Resort for relaxation.
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