The British Virgin Islands Will Reopen To International Visitors
September 25, 2020

The BVI’s Scrub Island Resort to Reopen

Scrub Island Resort in the British Virgin Islands is planning a reopening in December!

An Autograph Collection property, this private island resort is located near Tortola and will reopen on December 1 in conjunction with the destination’s official reopening for international tourism. The private island resort will be open to both overnight guests and marina visitors.

“We’ve been working diligently to comply with the travel protocols laid out by the BVI government, and to make sure the return of our guests as safe as possible so they can relax and enjoy this fabulous island retreat,” said General Manager Michael Schoonewagen. “Our resort guests have the entire island to themselves, with ample space to spread out and enjoy the stunning natural Caribbean beauty in complete privacy. And the marina is perfect for those who want to venture out on a wide variety of land and sea excursions that still meet health and safety measures.”

The BVI has outlined the steps it will take to allow international travelers to visit. Among these, travelers must provide proof of negative COVID-10 PCR test taken within 5 days of travel and have proof of travel insurance that includes coverage for medical expenses. Click here for more information on COVID-19 and BVI Travel Entry Requirements.

For reservations, visit Scrub Island Resort.

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