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Xanda

Contact Number:
WhatsApp: +1 868 293 0711

E-Mail:
info@xandatours.com

General Enquiries

 

  • WhatsApp us

  • Use the chat from mobile / tablet

  • From PC select a tour / rental that suits you and fill out the ‘Booking Request Form’.

 

Let us know as much information about you and your group as possible so that we can advise you on the best options.

COVID-19 Updates

 

Face masks or face coverings covering the nose, mouth and chin are required to be worn at all times.

Transportation and Tours

Face masks or face coverings covering the nose, mouth and chin are required to be worn at all times while travelling in a vehicle or a vessel. 
Public transport reverts to 100% capacity. 

TT Safe Zones

The Safe Zone initiative has been discontinued effective Monday 4th April 2022.

Flights and Border Services

International flights are being served via North America to Piarco International Airport in Trinidad. Passengers can connect to Tobago on a domestic flight from Trinidad.

British Airways and Virgin Atlantic resumed flights to Tobago in January 2022.

Fully vaccinated nationals and non-nationals can enter through the airports in Trinidad AND Tobago. 

Unvaccinated nationals will be required to enter through the Piarco International Airport in Trinidad ONLY and will be required to enter into a mandatory 7-day quarantine at an approved state-supervised hotel. Discharge will occur on receipt of a negative PCR test on the seventh day. 

Unvaccinated non-nationals will NOT be permitted entry into Trinidad & Tobago at this time.  

From Sunday 27th March, 2022, persons permitted to enter Trinidad and Tobago will be allowed to present a negative COVID-19 PCR or antigen test taken NO EARLIER than 72 Hours PRIOR TO ARRIVAL IN TRINIDAD and TOBAGO. All other requirements for the TT Travel pass will remain.


Children

Non-national children will be allowed entry, once their parent or guardian is fully vaccinated AND provided they have presented a negative COVID-19 PCR antigen test taken NO EARLIER than 72 Hours PRIOR TO ARRIVAL IN TRINIDAD and TOBAGO.

Individuals are considered FULLY VACCINATED if 14 days have passed since receiving either a World Health Organisation (WHO) Approved single dose Vaccine OR the second dose of a WHO Approved 2 dose Vaccine.

TTravelPass

ALL travelers, regardless of nationality or residency, will be required to acquire a TTravelPass. This digital document is a mandatory requirement for anyone who is eligible to enter the country. Visitors can apply online for a  TTravel Pass and get more information about travel requirements to Tobago at the TTravelPass Website.

Please note that you must have proof of a Negative COVID-19 PCR or Lab Acquired Antigen Test (Home Antigen tests will not be accepted), no older than 72hrs to complete the application process. You will be asked to enter the confirmation number and a copy of the receipt during your application process.

Inter island Travel

Caribbean Airlines

Caribbean Airlines operates 12 roundtrips flights per day. Each flight is an estimated 25 minutes.

Book now with Caribbean Airlines

 

Ferry Services

Ferries are operating at 75% capacity.

  • APT James – 600 passengers

  • Buccoo Reef – 600  passengers

  • Galleons Passage – 450  passengers

T&T Interisland Ferry Schedule

 

International Flights

British Airways

Book your flight to Tobago with British Airways


Virgin Atlantic
Visit Virgin Atlantic

 

Cruise

Not allowed at this time. 

 

Yacht

All arriving yachts must clear into Trinidad at Chaguaramas first before going onto Tobago.
Yachting Protocols:

  • Borders for Trinidad & Tobago re-opened on 17th July 2021.

  • Foreigners / non-nationals wishing to enter must be fully vaccinated (with at least a period of 2 weeks since your final vaccination).

  • A PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before arrival into Trinidad will be required, along with proof of Vaccination.

  • A Float Plan and Health Declaration must be filled out (forms on the YSATT website), scanned and sent to TT Coastguard and copied to YSATT.

  • All travellers to Trinidad and Tobago must also apply for a Travel Pass prior to arrival in Trinidad. 

  • All yachts must clear into Trinidad at Chaguaramas first before going to Tobago.

  • Upon arrival pick up a mooring, fly the Q flag and all crew must remain on board. Contact the Marina you intend to stay in or Jesse James (see contacts below), to make arrangements for the Port Health Officer to come to the vessel and do health clearance.

  • The Port Health Officer will issue a Government Health Clearance Certificate which must be presented to Immigration and Customs before the vessel and crew can be cleared into Trinidad. Do not go ashore without this certificate or you will be breaching the new protocols.

  • If a yacht arrives after the 72 hour time frame for the PCR test, arrangements will have to be made for a doctor to come to the boat to do another PCR. Only when a negative result is obtained will Health Clearance proceed.

Contacts:

Public Health Care

The Tobago COVID-19 hotline is up and running. Call 800-HEAL (4325) toll-free.

This hotline is strictly for persons with flu-like symptoms: 
Fever with either:

  • Runny nose

  • Sore throat

  • Cough

  • Shortness of breath

  • Headache

  • Muscle pains

Guidelines will be provided by the hotline. 

Private Health Care 

Victoria Labs at the ANR Robinson International Airport provides PCR testing services:

Victoria Labs Contact: 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Victoria-Laboratories-Limited-463439963851861

Website: http://www.victorialaboratories.com

Tobago PCR/Antigen test bookings: Book your PCR or antigen test

Where the result of a test conducted show that the person is suffering from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus:

  1. Isolation of that person or any persons who by exposure to infection from that person 

  2. Report to the Chief Medical Officer 

  3. Follow up guidelines on quarantine and treatment to a public hospital or designated quarantine facility will be made. 

All rules and regulations are being enforced.

  • Failure to wear mask in vehicle or vessel - $2000.00

  • Failure to ensure child wears a mask in vehicle or vessel - $1000.00

  • Failure to wear mask in public - $1000.00

 

For further information visit https://www.visittobago.gov.tt/covid-19-what-you-need-know

The official sources for travel requirements for Tobago include: