Updated Travel Requirements

Saba Entry Requirements effective May 1, 2022 

Travel Requirements to Saba (Applies to all travelers vaccinated and unvaccinated, nothing is required for entry to Saba)

  • All travelers will not need a pre-travel test to enter Saba
  • All travelers will not need an EHAS entry form for Saba (disregard submit buttons will be removed)
  • No required post-arrival testing for incoming travelers or returning residents.
  • St. Maarten entry rules apply and EHAS form is mandatory when in transit, and upon returning via St. Maarten, click here.        View travel requirements here.
  • St. Eustatius entry rules apply and EHAS form required for entry to St. Eustatius, click here


Day Trip:

  • No pre travel test or Saba EHAS form.
  • Masks are no longer mandatory for day trippers
  • St. Maarten entry rules apply and EHAS form is mandatory when in transit, and upon returning via St. Maarten, click here.  View travel requirements here.


Mariners: click here

  • No pre travel test or Saba EHAS form.
  • For agent assistance contact: Saba C-Transport N.V. info@sabaferry.com


Remember, the situation surrounding Covid-19 is constantly changing, and the Outbreak Management team will continue to monitor and assess the situation and inform accordingly.


Pre-Travel Testing

  • Pre-travel testing occurs at the Saba Cares Lab in The Bottom, open Monday-Friday 7:30 AM- 9:30 AM, and on Saturday & Sunday 7:30 AM- 8:30 AM (by appointment only) masks mandatory at the lab.
  • Results are available the same day via Whatsapp or email.
  • Antigen tests are $50. Get your results in 4 hours.
  • PCR tests are $75. The Saba Cares Lab only conducts PCR tests if your destination explicitly lists this as an entry requirement.
  • Plan ahead!  You must pay at the Finance Office in the Admin Building by Card or wire transfer.
  • WIB: # 82326404 or RBC #8600009990006158
  • The Finance Office is open:
    • Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
  • For more information, please click HERE

Should you test positive while visiting Saba:

  • If you test positive for Covid-19 during your stay on Saba, you should follow the guidance provided by Saba Cares. If the positive result is detected on a Self-Test please contact Saba Cares for further information +599 416 3288
  • While on Saba, if you start to show symptoms related to COVID-19 (dry cough, fever, tiredness, sore throat, headache, extreme fatigue, loss of taste or smell), contact the Saba Cares Clinic at +599 416 3288
Experience Saba Responsibly
  • We are all in this together, and everybody must do their part to keep the community safe.
  • Continue to take personal responsibility when traveling and adhere to the on-island rules of your travel destinations.
  • If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, call the Saba Cares +599 416 3288 clinic and stay at home as much as possible when sick.
  • Continue to monitor all communications from the Island Government of Public Entity Saba.
  • The covid-19 virus can affect anyone, and we should treat everyone with respect.
  • The situation surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic remains fluid, and the Island Government of the Public Entity Saba reserves the right to change any conditions at all times when the circumstances require it.
  • Visit sabatourism.com for more information on lodging and transportation. Click here for a list of Taxis on Saba.


Departing Saba

Please ensure that you meet your transit and final destination entry requirements to board the aircraft or ferry. Departure via Airport, reminder of a $10.00 departure tax per person (cash payment at WinAir Check-in).