bombarc Posted August 26, 2022 Share Posted August 26, 2022 So Bermuda is going to allow unvacinnated travelers into the country now. Yet, it still requires an approved Travel Authorization for $40.00 per person and a negative Covid Test. Both will cost up to an extra $110.00 per person. What is the point? Why not just require a negative Covid Test to board the ship and forego the Travel Authorization? My husband and I went to Bermuda last October, did all of the applications ($75.00 per person then), went through all of the Covid Testing before we were approved by Bermuda and had 2 tests at the terminal ( one rapid, one PCR) before we could board the ship. We had a great cruise and we love Bermuda - we don't mind going through the hoops to get there. The Travel Authorization is not an NCL requirement - it is just a Bermudian travel tax. If they are going to allow unvaccinated travelers to enter the country, they should do away wih the Travel Authorization requirement. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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