The Government of Belize has reopened the country for tourism on October 1st, 2020.
Jungle Splash Eco-tours is now open and taking books for tours.
Our team as taken all steps required by the government to operate during this time. We Jungle Splash Eco-tours continues to monitor the pandemic carefully while making the necessary safety adjustments.
Any traveller is permitted to visit Belize at this time. All travellers must:
The Belize Health App is available for download via APK file for Android (version 1.09 or newer) and in the App Store. The App can also be downloaded via https://www.travelbelize.org/health-safety. The App can be downloaded at any time prior to your trip to Belize, but your information should be entered no more than 72 hours prior to your arrival in Belize. Once complete, you’ll receive a unique travel ID and QR code; it is recommended that you take a screenshot of this to show the Health Officer upon arrival in Belize.
If you don’t have a smart phone, the App can also be downloaded to a tablet.
The Government of Belize (GOB) does not currently have any travel bans in place. We encourage you to visit www.travelbelize.org regularly for updates on Covid-19, as the situation remains fluid.
As we reopen for travel, our primary concern is to assure both travellers and residents that Belize’s tourism product is cleaner and safer than ever before. A series of new enhanced health and safety protocols have been put in place to protect visitors, Belizeans, and our communities.
Gold Standard entities can be easily identified by looking for the Gold Standard Certificate or Safety seal.
Yes. It is recommended that you bring along a PCR test taken within 72 hours of your flight to Belize with a negative result as this will provide for a ‘fast track’ arrival process; depending on the results of your health screening, you may be randomly selected for secondary testing.
If you are unable bring along a PCR test, you will be required to take a Covid test upon arrival; the cost is US$50.00.
No. All arriving passengers who test positive at the international airport will be placed in mandatory quarantine for a minimum of 14 days at the passengers’ expense. It is therefore recommended that you explore the possibility of acquiring travel insurance prior to your trip to Belize.
Yes. Currently children aged 5 years and older are being tested in Belize. As the situation remains fluid, protocols are subject to change.
If you test positive upon arrival, you will be placed in mandatory quarantine for a minimum of 14 days at your expense.