TRAVEL TO CURAÇAO
Curaçao is open for travelers and as of Sunday, June 5, 2022 all COVID-19 travel related measures are lifted. Non-resident visitors can still use www.dicardcuracao.com to fill in the required digital immigration card.
Passengers transiting through a country within less than 24 hours must comply with the rules and requirements according to the classification defined by Curaçao for the country of origin/ departure. For example, if a passenger is traveling from Colombia to Curaçao and is transiting in Panama within less than 24 hours, the passenger should comply with all the requirements defined by Curaçao for travel from Colombia.
Passengers transiting through a country and staying longer than 24 hours must comply with the rules and requirements according to the classification defined by Curaçao for the country of transit. In this case, for the previous example, the passenger will have to comply with the requirements defined by Curaçao for travel from Panama.
ALL COVID-19 travel related measures are lifted
Click here for a list of all our local laboratories and COVID-19 testing sites.
Curaçao health app
Curaçao Health App is Curaçao’s digital proof of vaccination (DCC). It can be used locally, but also while traveling to EU countries and all other countries where the EU DCC is accepted. You can request your DCC as early as two weeks after being fully vaccinated.
Click here to apply for your Curaçao DCC.
WHILE IN CURAÇAO
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES DURING YOUR STAY IN CURAÇAO
Visitors must also comply with all the rules and general COVID-19 precautionary measures as stipulated by the Government of Curaçao.
Click here to see all the current precautionary COVID-19 measures.
Click on ‘read more’ for a detailed overview of everything you should know while visiting Curaçao.
TRAVELING FROM CURAÇAO
Here you will find all relevant information when leaving Curaçao. It is important that you have good knowledge of the requirements of entry for your next destination, so that you can board the plane and arrive without problems. In general, if you need a PCR test, you have to get tested 48 hours before your flight to the next destination and if you need an antigen test, you need to get tested 24 hours before your next destination. Each test is different. A PCR test cannot replace an antigen test, and an antigen test cannot replace a PCR test. Each country has their own requirements. It is therefore recommended to search for all information before traveling.