Rules for traveling to Bonaire:


-PCR Test: When traveling to Bonaire it is mandatory for all travelers of 13 years and older, to have the result of your negative PCR-test, taken within 72 hours before your arrival on Bonaire.
- Antigen test :Travelers from high-risk countries: the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic must take a antigen test whithin 4 hours of departure to Bonaire.
-Health declaration form:t is mandatory to have a printed and filled out health declaration with you during traveling. This can be found: here
-The test results and the health declaration will be checked upon departure and arrival.
-We ask everyone to respect the health and safety regulations.

 

Last update:Januari 16, 2021

The international flight ban has been lifted from 16 January, 2021 on. Passengers from all countries in the world may now travel to Bonaire. Direct flights between Bonaire and the United States and Canada, for example, are possible again.

Update:Januari 3 2021 ,

Strengthened measures until January 18, 2021 to prevent the spread of corona virus.

Conditions for travel to Bonaire stay unchanged


Update:December 17, 2020, Code Orange ( Netherlands)

On December 17, there are" 2 active" covid cases,and no Covid hospitalised patients on Bonaire.

Conditions for travel to Bonaire :
- All persons,off any nationality who have a negative PRC test (*)will be allowed to enter Bonaire.
  Via Airport Amsterdam, or Curacao.
   
(*)The test must be taken no later than 72 hours prior to departure; departure counted from the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada. Travelers must also complete a Health Statement from the Department of Public Health. The declaration can be downloaded at https://www.bonairepublichealth.org.

Source: Website Bonaire : www.Bonairecrisis.com

What does code Orange mean ?
The Netherlands gives travel advice to its inhabitants. Through four colors (Green, Yellow, Orange and Red) is indicated how safe a country or area is. The travel advice is not binding.
It remains the responsibility of the traveller to decide whether or not to go on a trip.

Why now Code Orange ?

Source: News NOS Netherlands: read entire article
here
   Last 'yellow' areas to code orange, now valid for the whole world
  Bonaire goes from code yellow to code orange.
That is what Prime Minister Rutte said in a parliamentary debate on the coronary measures. It was the last Caribbean parts of the Kingdom that did not yet have negative travel advice.
According to Rutte, the advice will not be tightened up because of the situation on the islands, but because of the situation in the Netherlands.

 

Update:4 november 2020, Code Yellow

From October 26 on, passengers may travel to Bonaire from or VIA the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada.

Starting October 26, there will be four flights a day from Curacao to Bonaire from Monday to Thursday.

*To avoid quarantine travelers must have had a PCR test taken no earlier than 72 hours before their departure and the test result must be negative.

The test has to have been taken within 72 hours of departure; point of departure being the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada.

*Additionally, travelers must complete a health declaration form for the Public Health Department.

This declaration may be downloaded at: https://bonairepublichealth.org/en/form
 

The requirements for travelers who want to come to Bonaire are as follows:
• All travelers, 13 years and older, are obliged to have had a PCR test no earlier than 72 hours before their departure .

The test result must be negative; otherwise, the traveler will be required to go into quarantine for 14 days.
* The test has to have been taken within 72 hours of departure; point of departure being the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada.
• All travelers must complete a health declaration form within 48 hours before departure. This declaration may be downloaded at: www.bonairepublichealth.org.
• Travelers from Saba and Sint Eustatius do not have to undergo a PCR test.
• At the time of departure for Bonaire, travelers must be free of any COVID-19 related symptoms such as: a runny nose, a sore throat, a cough, sneezing, shortness of breath, loss of smell and taste, elevated temperature or fever.
• Additionally, travelers must not have been in direct contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient in the last 14 days before their trip.

Bonaire advises travelers to make sure that their health insurance will cover the costs of medical care during their stay on the island.
Dutch travelers may find the most up-to-date situation and travel information at: https://www.netherlandsworldwide.nl/travel.

 

Can I travel from America to Bonaire

Yes, that is possible.

But you cannot travel directly to Bonaire; you will have to fly to Bonaire via Curacao.

You must undergo a PCR test max 72 hours before departure and the result must be negative.

The test has to have been taken within 72 hours of departure; point of departure being the Netherlands, Curacao or Canada.
You must also complete a health declaration form for the Public Health Department 48 hours before departure.

You may download the declaration form at: https://www.bonairepublichealth.org
Bonaire wants to gradually expand the number of flights to the island in the future.

This will only be possible if circumstances allow it and the risks are minimal.

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Email : info@hakunamatatabonaire.com

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