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Please note that all guests must spend a minimum of 5 nights on Mustique before traveling again nationally or internationally.
Guests travelling to Barbados from the UK will need to quarantine for 7 days upon arrival. This does not apply to guests in-transit to Mustique, but we suggest travelling through St. Lucia as there is a longer window for testing (5 days compared to 3 days for Barbados) and the connection is much easier through the St. Lucia airport.
Before you set off for Mustique you need to do the following:
PASSENGERS TRAVELLING TO THE USA
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines require all air travellers 2 years and older entering the U.S. to present proof of recovery from COVID-19, or a negative PCR or antigen viral test taken no more than 3 calendar days before departure, before boarding their flight – or they will be denied boarding. Laboratory result can be in printed or electronic form. Receipt of the vaccine does not currently provide an exemption.
Travellers will be required to provide proof of a negative test or recovery from COVID-19 before boarding any international flight bound for the United States and will also have to provide separate Passenger Disclosure and Attestation to the United States Form for passengers 2 years and older to their international airlines. Please print and bring this form with you to the airport.
PASSENGERS TRAVELLING TO THE UK
Tests you must book before you complete the Passenger Locator form:
Before you travel to the UK, you must:
Travel Restrictions are still in place across the globe, so the first point of reference for any traveller is to check the restrictions where you are travelling onto. There may well be protocols that all guests need to adhere to and the Mustique Company bears no responsibility for these protocols.
NB – The Barbados Ministry of Health and Wellness reserves the right to require testing/retesting of any traveler regardless of documentation presented or any other requirement, obligation or condition associated with their assigned risk category.
For a list of the questions we are frequently asked please visit our FAQs page.