The BVI has committed to reopening the boarders for visitors from 1 December 2020. COVID-19 may have additional travel requirements such as testing prior to departure, upon arrival and possibly mandatory quarantine time. For the latest update, please visit our News & Events page or visit the BVI Government COVID-19 information page
How to Get Here
One may enter the British Virgin Islands by air or by sea. There are regular ferry services between the US VI and the BVI. Alternatively, one could fly into Terrance B Lettsome airport located on Beef Island. Persons traveling must have a valid passport and round trip ticket to vacation in the British Virgin Islands. Visitors can be stamped in for up to 30 days. You will need to complete an Immigration form upon entry and pay $10 pp for Environmental Health Tax. An additional $20 will be charged upon departure.
Please check with the BVI Tourist Board if you also require a VISA.
Travel By Sea
Many Airlines use USA territories as travel hubs. If one chooses to fly into the St Thomas USVI (STT) airport there are ferry services between the USVI and the BVI. Be sure to allow a couple hours between flight arrival and ferry departure if you want to travel in the same day. Ferry schedules can change, so be sure to contact the ferry services closer to the time of travel for current schedule information.
Link : Ferry Schedules
Travel By Air
The most direct way to travel to the BVI is by air with flights into the Beef Island Airport (EIS) using other Caribbean countries as hubs along the way. The airport in Beef Island is located off the eastern side of Tortola and connected to the main island by a bridge.
Link : Airport Arrival Information
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