Citizens of the United Kingdom can enter Belize without a tourist visa. Nevertheless, proof of negative PCR (coronavirus) test results and a Health Declaration will be crucial for entry into Belize territory. The Health Declaration can be filled out on iVisa.com’s website.
When you arrive in Belize please search for the Tourism Gold Standard stamp before picking a tour operator, restaurant, gift shop, or lodging. These are the businesses following all safety guidelines against coronavirus.
How can I achieve a Health Declaration with iVisa.com?
- First, Fill out the application form in iVisa.com with all your personal and travel details.
- Second, Payment. Choose a handling time (see FAQs below). Paying modes: credit/debit card or a PayPal account.
- Third, Upload essential documents. In particular, a scanned passport, picture, etc.).
- Fourth, Receive your Health Declaration in your email. A QR code and trip number (TRIP) will be created for you to display to health screeners at Belize’s airport.
Apply in Advance
We suggest you forward your request ahead of time to evade setbacks. Every trip requires previous preparation. Take advantage of the chance iVisa.com is offering you. A delayed application could cause many headaches and frustration.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do citizens of the United Kingdom need a visa to travel to Belize?
No, it is not necessary for citizens of the United Kingdom to get a visa to travel to Belize at this time.
What is a Health Declaration?
It’s a mandatory health document for travelers wanting to enter Belize. It must be completed within 72 hours before the trip. This is how citizens of the United Kingdom can enter Belize during coronavirus.
How much time may a citizen of the United Kingdom remain in Belize with the Health Declaration?
Citizens of the United Kingdom may remain for up to 21 days after arrival on a Single Entry.
Do I need to show proof of negative PCR (coronavirus) test results during the health screenings at Belize’s airport?
Yes. The coronavirus test should be performed within 72 hours before the departure. Another possibility is to get tested for coronavirus at Belize’s airport ($50.00 USD per passenger). That is how citizens of the United Kingdom can enter Belize during coronavirus.
Do citizens of the United Kingdom need to quarantine when they get to Belize?
No, unless they have a positive coronavirus test result. If that’s the case, self-isolation for a minimum of 14 days at their own expense will be critical. This is another way how citizens of the United Kingdom can enter Belize during coronavirus.
Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Belize?
No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Belize. Now if you are a Covid vaccine certificate holder, you won't need to present a negative PCR test nor to follow a quarantine. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Belize travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.
Has the government of Belize created an app to track coronavirus?
Yes, the “Belize Travel Health App”. Please download and provide your travel information. This should be done within 72 hours before your journey to Belize. This is the last way of how citizens of the United Kingdom can enter Belize during coronavirus.
What are iVisa.com’s processing speeds and fees?
- Standard > USD 39.00 (24 hours)
- Rush > USD 54.00 (8 hours)
- Super Rush > USD 79.00 (4 hours)
Can I rely on iVisa.com to arrange my travel documentation?
Absolutely! The iVisa.com team is guided by high-quality security guidelines in order to provide you with optimal service.
Who do I reach in case I have additional questions?
You may contact our support team who will be available to answer all your questions concerning how citizens of the United Kingdom can enter Belize during coronavirus.
THE CRYSTAL WATERS OF HALF MOON CAYE
Half Moon Caye is a half-moon-shaped island, hence its name, situated at the southeast corner of Lighthouse Reef Atoll. It measures 45 acres in size with two distinct ecosystems. It’s the first natural monument to be established in Belize (1981) and the first marine protected area in Central America. It was originally designated as a bird sanctuary in 1924 to protect the red-footed booby bird’s habitat. It’s part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System (World Heritage Site, UNESCO, 1996).
Half Moon Caye littoral forest is home to the red-footed booby bird colony, the endemic Belize leaf-toed gecko (also known as the Belize atoll gecko), and Allison's anole lizard species. Some endangered turtle species like the loggerhead, hawksbill, and green turtles come to nest in the southeastern part of the island between May through November.
It is considered to be one of the greatest diving sites in Belize due to the clearness of its waters allowing the diver to see stingrays, barracudas, eels, groupers, snappers, hogfish, and sea turtles. But if you rather go swimming in the closest coral reef you won’t be disappointed at all.
Things to do:
- Bird watching
- Scuba diving