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What You Need to Know About Trinidad and Tobago’s TTravel Pass

Planning a trip to Trinidad and Tobago? Travellers are required to obtain a TTravel Pass prior to arrival. Learn more about what’ll you need to apply for your travel pass, travel requirements, and some frequently asked questions about planning your trip to Trinidad.
Who needs to apply for the TTravel Pass?

All travellers, including children, must complete or have completed an individual application to obtain a TTravel Pass for presentation to the relevant airline and the Border Control Authorities in Trinidad and Tobago.

When do I need to apply for a TTravel Pass?

Travellers must complete the entire application process and receive their TTravel Pass before the check in time for the relevant flight. Travellers will NOT be allowed to board the flight without a TTravel Pass and proof of a negative PCR test taken no earlier than seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival in Trinidad and Tobago. The PCR Test must be in English ONLY.

What information is needed for the TTravel Pass application?
  • Passport information
  • Vaccination Card or certificate for Fully Vaccinated Passengers
  • Evidence of Negative NASOPHARYNGEAL (nasal swab) RT-PCR test result for all passengers.
  • Itinerary (eg airline and flight number)
  • Health information (COVID-19 and infectious disease related)
  • Immigration arrival / departure Information (as required)
  • Based on a review of the application, persons may be required to provide additional information
Which vaccines are accepted and count as Fully Vaccinated?

The approved COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine combinations for Trinidad and Tobago are as follows:

  • Pfizer-BioNTech – Approved 31st December 2020
  • AstraZeneca – Approved 15th February 2021
  • Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) – Approved 12th March 2021
  • Moderna-NIAID – Approved 30th April 2021
  • Sinopharm BIBP – Approved 7th May 2021
  • Sinovac-CoronaVac – Approved 1st June 2021
  • 1st dose AstraZeneca and 2nd dose Pfizer – BioNTech – Approved 15th June 2021
  • 1st dose AstraZeneca and 2nd dose Moderna-NIAID – Approved 30th July 2021

Individuals are only considered to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 if 14 days have passed since they received the full dosage of a World Health Organisation approved vaccine, i.e. 14 days after they have received a second dose in a 2-dose series or 14 days after they have received a single-dose vaccine.

What happens after I apply for the TTravel Pass?

On successful completion of your application with all the required documentation, you will receive your TTravel Pass. This TTravel Pass will be subject to a review by the airline and Border Control Authorities in Trinidad and Tobago. The receipt of TTravel Pass does not guarantee access to the flight nor entry into Trinidad and Tobago. All travellers are still subject to the validation processes of the airlines and Border Control Authorities in Trinidad and Tobago.

Where do I go to apply for the TTravel Pass?

Click here to apply.


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