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All travelers entering Puerto Rico despite nationality, age, or any other considerations must showcase their Travel Declaration Form to be allowed to enter the country.

Those wishing to enter the Island will also be asked to submit a negative molecular COVID-19 test result (nasal or throat swab) not older than 3 days. If you’re not able to show proof of testing, you will have to undergo quarantine. The PCR test results must be uploaded to the Puerto Rico Health Department’s online portal.

The Puerto Rico Travel Declaration Form does not replace a visa in any way. The purpose of this travel document is to guarantee the safety of all passengers under a declaration. It’s also personal and non-transferable.

To get the Puerto Rico Travel Declaration Form, you’ll have to provide information about yourself and your flight. If you don’t own a flight ticket, you will not be able to complete the form just yet.

After you submit your application, we’ll forward this document to your email before your trip, this way, you’ll only have to show it to the government authorities once you get to the airport.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Negative pre-departure PCR COVID-19 test result

Important Instructions
  • You should present a Negative PCR test done within 72 prior departing Puerto Rico.

  • You should have travel insurance that covers COVID-19 for the duration of their trip to Puerto Rico.

  • The Puerto Rico Health Declaration is part of the required document you will need to enter Puerto Rico, it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter Puerto Rico.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s a mandatory travel document that must be presented upon arrival in Puerto Rico by all international tourists. This form will help government officials to contact you if you or the people you’re traveling with have been exposed to infectious diseases. Within the form, you truthfully state whether or not you’ve had COVID-19 related symptoms within the 72 hours prior to your trip, as well as providing contact information.
Yes, it is. When you get to the airport, government officials will request you to display yours in order to allow your entry to the country.
A curfew on the Island is in effect through September 11 from 10:00 p.m – 5:00 a.m., except for emergencies. Everyone is required to wear face masks or face coverings when in public, and are subject to a fine, if not. Restaurants and malls can operate at 25% capacity. Besides being placed in 24-hour lockdown, restaurants only offer services via pickup, delivery, or drive-through on Sundays. All businesses, except for supermarkets, pharmacies, and gas stations, don’t operate on Sundays.
Prices can change depending on the processing time you choose:
  • Standard Processing Time: 8 hours - USD 20.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 35.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 30 minutes - USD 60.00.
It’s better for you to request your Puerto Rico Travel Declaration Form 72 hours before your departure date.
By filling out this application Form with your contact and travel information. Once you submit it, our team will take care of your request and send the document to your valid email address.
Filling out the application form won’t take you more than 7 minutes.
Yes, they do. Anyone above the age of 2 must fill out the form and get tested.
It’s only valid for a single entry, which means every time you need to go to Puerto Rico, you need to request a new Travel Declaration Form.
You may reach out to our customer service team if you have more inquiries, they’re available 24/7 and will immediately solve all your doubts. Talk to them now.
Read more about the Puerto Rico Travel Declaration Form here.
The Puerto Rican tourism industry has amassed 3.7 million visitors in 2019 alone. This is a prominent growth from the tourism numbers in the last 4 years, with 2015 attracting 1 million visitors and the 4-year average at 3.1 million visitors. Tourism is a very important economic resource for the Puerto Rican government, and it is one of the highest revenue-producing industries in the territory through its decades of history. Puerto Rico is home to a wide range of cultural and historical places and buildings, as well as various natural and environmental marvels. It also hosts prominent sporting and musical events that serve to attract more tourists. But what really attracts tourists, especially American tourists, is the ease by which they can travel to the territory. Puerto Rico also does not require them to present a visa upon arrival. However, they may be required to show a Health Declaration form so visitors should acquire this form before their trip so they will not waste time and money. There are also a lot of other tourist groups that visit Puerto Rico each year including Germans, British citizens, the French, the Spanish, Venezuelans, Brazilians, Mexicans, and a whole lot of Asian tourists, enticed by the natural and cultural diversity of the Puerto Rican territory. This is just as well, since tourism provides up to 10% of Puerto Rico’s gross domestic product (GDP). This is why locations such as Ponce, Arecibo, and San Juan – and all amenities and tourist facilities therein – are essential. Upscale tourism wasn't formally introduced to Puerto Rico until the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel was built and finished on October 16th, 1919. But the industry only experienced a fair growth level in 2014. And that is even with the introduction of newer, more modern cruise lines, more affordable air travel, and the improvement and construction of hotels and real estate properties on the island. There are even non-stop flights from major cities in the world like Madrid, Bogota, Frankfurt, Miami, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York that will surely help with further improvement. Currently, there are direct routes from other countries in Latin America and Europe that have been in operation since 2014. Book your flight now and get a Medical Declaration to avoid wasting time. The main competitor for Puerto Rico as a top tourist destination in the Caribbean area in Cuba and has been for a number of decades now. In the past few decades, Cuba has had a political falling out with the United States. This led to Puerto Rico gaining the top spot for a number of years. However, the United States has re-established its diplomatic ties with Cuba, which resulted in a loosening of travel restrictions for citizens of both countries. This development definitely enhanced Cuban tourism, and the country eventually bested its nemesis in terms of the total number of visitors. However, re-enforced travel restrictions for Cubans helped Puerto Rico regain the top spot in 2017. Along with Cuba, the territory of Puerto Rico also vies with Aruba, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, and Florida for the biggest share of international and American visitors and tourists. What helps further is the fact that all tourists going to the French territory of Saint Barthélemy, another vacation spot, are going to need a connecting flight from Puerto Rico to reach their destination. The primary tourism entity in Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rico Tourism Company, spent a total of US $1 million in 2002 to promote the tourism industry of the island territory. This promotion included ads and famous celebrities. The song “Despacito'' produced and sung by two Puerto Rican musical artists became a popular and viral hit in 2017. This, in turn, caused a huge upsurge in the number of tourists coming to the territory, especially to an area that was featured in the song’s music video. You can go to this place stress-free if you applied for a self-declaration before your trip. The area is in San Juan and is known as La Perla. The next year, the government of Puerto Rico passed a new law enabling the creation of “Discover Puerto Rico”, a new tourism organization to replace the old one. This became a huge part of the plan to use Puerto Rican tourism revenues and resources to reinvigorate the territory’s economy and its people after it was hit by Hurricane Maria. The campaign headed by the new tourism organization started in July 2018, the same month Discover Puerto Rico was created. After the hurricane’s anniversary was hit in September 2019, the organization shifted its marketing message to a more optimistic one, known as the “Have We Met Yet?” campaign. The campaign’s goal was to highlight and advertise the island territory’s diverse history and culture, making it different and more distinct than the campaigns of other Caribbean tourist destinations. Puerto Rico planned to continue the campaign with “streaming options for branded content”, which is another word for commercial adverts. They made another video series with actor and songwriter Lin-Manuel Miranda called “Discover Puerto Rico with Lin-Manuel”. The videos became available on all Jetblue crafts from October 1st, 2019 until January 30th, 2020. Enjoy the amazing attractions the island has to offer with a Travel Health Card so you can enter freely. There are a lot of tourist destinations within the island. One of the most famous is the Arecibo Radio Observatory, where the largest radio dish in the world is located. This radio dish is so big and massive that it doesn’t have a mount like the usual radio dishes that we are familiar with. Instead, it is placed in a natural recess on the ground itself. The island also boasts of its surf, located in Rincón, and the old Air Force Base in Aguadilla. The territory only had 19 casinos in 2015 and most of them are located in the capital San Juan. The Bacardi factory, which is known as the largest rum distillery in the world, is located in Cataño. Cabo Rojo is known for its pristine beaches while Bayamón is famous for its Science Park. The Fajardo lighthouse and the Las Croabas fishing village can be found in Fajardo, along with a luminescent bay, the Seven Seas beach, and the Paso Fino horse national competition ring. Puerto Rico is also home to two places where leatherback turtles, two of the most endangered turtle species in the world, are nesting, a distinction that the territory is very proud of. There are other tourist attractions that tourists can enjoy but they need to have all the necessary paperwork to enter Puerto Rico. Get your Medical Declaration, Health Declaration, Travel Health Card, and self-declaration now to enjoy the sights of Puerto Rico.