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Requirements to Enter the Cayman Islands

APPLYING TO TRAVEL CAYMAN

Travelers to Cayman must create an account (one account per family can be used  for all members) and apply for a “certificate to travel” at https://travelcayman.gov.ky/home .  

FULLY VACCINATED travelers will apply for a TRAVEL DECLARATION and will identify as “Securely Verifiable” OR as needing to upload vaccine verification such as the CDC card. “Securely Verifiable” QR codes are only issued by specific states, countries or agencies.  For details about obtaining a secure QR code, see https://www.exploregov.ky/faqs/securely-verified-vaccine-faqs#how

A certificate to travel will be issued immediately for those with a verifiable QR code and must be printed to present to Cayman immigration.  If the traveler’s vaccination will be verified through other documentation, the certificate will be issued when the vaccination documentation has been verified by the Cayman Islands government agency. Use the following link to have your vaccination verified: https://forms.monday.com/forms/cbe1516f86208d27fd274d24d92b98e6?r=euc1

Children ages 5-11 assume the vaccination status of their parents if they themselves are not vaccinated and must also test on days 2, 5 and 7. Children ages 0-5 are not required to be vaccinated, to quarantine or test.

*IN ADDITION TO A TRAVEL CERTIFICATE, ALL TRAVELERS MUST PRESENT A NEGATIVE ANTIGEN TEST RESULT NO MORE THAN ONE CALENDAR DAY PRIOR TO ARRIVAL TO THE CAYMAN ISLANDS.

HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS

At the Discovery Point Club, the health and safety of our guests is our top priority. Please see below for COVID-19 updates and what you can expect during your stay with us.

Enhanced cleaning protocols:

  • All linens (towels, sheets, blankets, pillow cases) are sanitized in high-temperature machines.
  • All public spaces and high-traffic areas are regularly sanitized.
  •  Staff members will wear PPE (face coverings, gloves, etc.).
  • Staff are required to regularly wash their hands.