Turks and Caicos will be dropping its Covid-19 vaccination requirement on 1 April.
This removal of restrictions means that the islands are open to all travellers again, no matter what their vaccination status is.
Despite being a British Overseas Territory, Turks and Caicos has the authority to issue its own entry requirements. The UK dropped all Covid-related entry requirements over a year ago.
Other previous requirements, such as mask-wearing, completing pre-travel authorisation forms or taking a Covid-19 test, are also no longer needed.
Tourism to the islands should be back to normal after three years of travel restrictions. In 2019, the country was visited by 1.6 million people, but government-imposed restrictions meant that these numbers were dramatically reduced to less than a quarter in the following years.