COVID-19 and your trip to St. Lucia

COVID-19 has changed the travelling requirements to St. Lucia. As a result, travelers from North American and Europe must apply for a travel authorization. Once registered, you will receive your code via email. To register you need an email address, your travel details (flight/ferry info), and your accommodation reservation information.

You will also need a PCR COVID test five days before your arrival. The test should be taken 4 days before your arrival as your arrival day will make it day five. Review the travel requirement for international visitors to St. Lucia.

Once you have followed all the government requirements, you will also need to travel via a COVID certified taxi.  I can provide my services. I have been providing my service to clients for more than twenty years.

  • My taxi is always well sanitized, and I have made it even easier to maintain social distance by making payment available online.
  • You are guaranteed social distance with me because I am driving a small bus, rather than a car, for taxi which means you will have ample space to be socially distanced.
  • I only carry members of the same party. You will not be in my taxi with other tourists who are not part of your group.

There is a lot to see in St. Lucia and now is a good time to visit because most visitors are staying away. There is the volcano to visit, island tours, hikes and, of course, you can spend your days relaxing on the beach now that it is not crowded. Beat the Fall crowds by coming now.

Once you have met all the requirements, email me vic@stluciataxi.com. I have more than two decades of experience in the tourist business.

A simple checklist before going to St. Lucia

Many people who travel to St. Lucia forget to think of their safety. However, it is one of the most important things when planning a vacation. Here are some of things to consider for your vacation to St. Lucia.

Travel Insurance

Make sure you have adequate insurance coverage for your trip. Travel insurance guarantees that you will recover some of your money in case of bad weather or unexpected emergency. Additionally, you should check that your medical and dental insurance covers any expenses you may incur overseas. Even though you have medical insurance, you might still have to pay out of pocket for services and then file a claim for reimbursement upon return to your home country

Locate Your Embassy

Locate the embassy or the consulate of your country that is serving Saint Lucia. If you are travelling from the US to St. Lucia, you might want to register your trip with Smart Traveler Enrollment Program. When you are a registered traveler, the US government is able to better assist you in case you lose your passport and/or if you find yourself in crisis. However, you should also know what the US Department of State can and cannot do if you find yourself in trouble while in St. Lucia. Have the Task Force Alert number: 1-202-501-4444 in your contact information.

For travelers from the European Union, you should familiarize yourself with the European Consular Protection European. If you are coming to St. Lucia from the UK, you should get familiar with the British High Commission on St. Lucia. British High Commission in St. Lucia.

Travelers from Canada should locate the Embassy or Consulate before arrival in St. Lucia.  locate the Embassy or Consulate in St. Lucia before arrival.

Routine Vaccines

Travelers to St. Lucia should be up-to-date on routine vaccines before their trip. These vaccines include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot. You should always consult your health professional before your trip to Saint. Lucia because their know your situation and are  in the best position to advise you about all health related concerns before your trip.

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