Learn More: Health Declaration
Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry UK Virgin Islands. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.
It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.
Required Documents to Apply
A current valid passport, with at least 6-month validity.
A credit/debit card or a PayPal account.
Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.
All travelers arriving in UK Virgin Islands must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The British Virgin Island (BVI for short) is a British overseas territory, located in the eastern Caribbean, 1,800 km (1,120 miles) from Miami’s southeast coast and 100 km (62 miles) east of Puerto Rico's coast. It comprises more than 40 Caribbean islands and islets, 15 of which are uninhabited. They have a total population of 28,000 people, and its official language is English. Spanish is also spoken in some areas by Dominicans, Puerto Ricans, and other Spanish-speaking immigrants. Surprisingly, its official currency is the United States Dollar. The major touristic islands total four: Tortola (home to Road Town (the largest city of the territory and BVI’s capital), Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke. As an overall experience, these four British Virgin Islands are considered some of the most exclusive of the Caribbean.
Tortola is an island formed by volcanic activity and home to Road Town, also called The Small Town with a Big Heart. As a capital city, it is a vibrant hub for the government and financial sectors. Among the must-visit places on this island, you can find the J.R. O’Neal Botanical Garden- a four-acre garden, full of indigenous and exotic tropical plants, situated in the center of Road Town, with beautiful features like a pergola walk, lily pond, waterfall, tropical birdhouses, and miniature rain forests. A few kilometers away from the capital, there is the Callwood Rum Distillery, a historic place producing this product since the 1700s, where you can learn about its manufacturing process from the olden times to today. And for everyone wishing to set eyes on a Caribbean paradise spot, Brewer’s Bay, Cane Garden Bay, and Smuggler’s Cove are the most beautiful beaches to rest and snorkel in their clear waters and spy on colorful fishes. Do not forget to go to the Sage Mountain National Park, where you can enjoy panoramic views while hiking any of the twelve trails through the forest and reaching the highest point in the British and US Virgin Islands at 1,716 feet.
If Tortola does not thrill you and you are more into deserted beaches, you need to explore the Anegada and Virgin Gorda Islands. Both of them have vast vegetation and sea wildlife. It is the only coral island, where you can commonly see low sea grape, loblolly, some species of sea turtles, flame-pink roseate flamingos, and nurse sharks. The top seaside areas to go to are Cow Wreck Beach, Loblolly Beach, and Windlass Bight Beach. If you also are interested in the history of Anegada, stop by the Arawak’s ancient conch mounds in the East End. Virgin Gorda is the third-largest BVI and gained its name for its resemblance to the shape of a reclining woman, or “Fat Virgin”. For a quintessential Caribbean vacation, stroll or swim at the unspoiled beaches at Savannah Bay, Pond Bay, Devil's Bay, Mahoe Bay, or Spring Bay, and hike to the island’s high point, Gorda Peak, for a splendid panoramic view of the surrounding islands.
Lastly, you can have fun at Jost Van Dyke Island. Curiously, it acquired its particular name after a former pirate and an early Dutch settler. Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the British Virgin Islands and is very close to Tortola. It has dense vegetation-covered sugar mill ruins and old trails crisscrossing the island. This place is best-well known for a natural, sea-formed sort of jacuzzi at the eastern end of the island, where you can relax, and take in its food, drinks, and the locals’ eagerness to party hard. Among the most delicious seafood dishes, you need to taste the flying fish sandwich, the barbecues, West Indian rotis, grilled fresh fish, and lobster. The island’s signature drink is the Painkiller, a delicious and strong combination of dark rum, cream of coconut, pineapple, and orange juice, slightly flavored with a sprinkle of freshly ground nutmeg (or island viagra as locals refer to it).
In terms of transportation among the British Virgin Islands, there is a range of available options: 1) inter-island ferries within the BVI and USVI are frequent, quick, and efficient 2) water taxis are a perfect choice in case ferry schedules are not matching to your plans 3) inter-island flights, available charter travels by plane or helicopter. For those of you with a sailor’s soul, there are accessible moorings, anchorages, boat marinas, and yacht clubs all over the islands to tie up your boat, yacht, or ship.
Regarding COVID-19 matters, travelers wanting to visit the British Virgin Islands are required to show a negative COVID test, quarantine for 14 days, pay a fee for two exams, and obtain a BVI Gateway Travel Authorisation Certificate before arrival. Each traveler, including children, must acquire a travel certificate for presentation to airline authorities. For all of them, iVisa.com can provide support for processing this travel authorisation, saving you time and effort. During 2020 and now, iVisa.com has specialized in COVID-19 procedures, gaining expertise to offer affordable fares. These are calculated according to the processing speed, at which you request your document to be ready.
Our professional services want to remove any kind of concern or stress, so you can focus on other related important travel affairs. We count on a team of immigration experts, who are eager to do 99% of this duty. The remaining 1% you have to execute is as easy as eating a piece of cake. Apply through our safe and user-friendly platform, by filling out a form with your basic information, a valid e-mail address, uploading a scanned of the main page of your passport or any other solicited documents, selecting your preferred processing speed, and payment online method (choose from PayPal, or a valid credit/debit card), and at the end, submitting your form. Then, you just need to wait for your document to be ready. For your information, in case there is a problem with your application, we will let you know by the same means, so we have the proper time to fix it.
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