You'll need vaccinations to visit some of our destinations. Speak to your doctor at least 2 months before you're due to go away. Some treatments, for malaria for example, should begin well before you go. If you're booking within 3 weeks of your departure, speak to your doctor before you book.
Do I need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 travel?
Check your destination's entry requirements to find out if you need to be vaccinated to travel there, or to travel without quarantine. You can view our entry requirements table, or see the Department of Foreign Affairs website.
Anyone travelling to Jamaica is now required to confirm that they have been vaccinated for Yellow Fever if they have visited a country with a risk of the virus in the six months prior to travel. This is a requirement of the Jamaican government, and visitors to the country must provide proof of inoculation in order to gain entry.
If you're travelling to Jamaica and are unsure if you need a vaccination, you can find an up-to-date list of affected countries here: https://www.who.int/ith/2015-ith-annex1.pdf?ua=1
Please note, customers travelling with Marella Cruises to any affected destination will not be required to provide vaccination proof when they return to Jamaica.