Belize remains open to travelers, with no current travel bans in place. While the Belize-Mexico and Belize-Guatemala land borders continues to be closed to non-essential travel, air travel resumed as of October 1, 2020. As such, airlines have since been ramping up their schedules to offer more flights, including new non-stop routes and inaugural flights, among other seasonal schedules. Americans need a passport to travel to Belize and require a negative COVID-19 test result to gain entry. Negative results may be by a PCR Test within 96 hours of arrival, a Rapid Test within 48 hours of arrival, or a Rapid Test on arrival inside the airport clinic for US$50 per person. At time of writing, Belize has a daily curfew in place from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am. Read on for the latest advisories, restrictions and requirements for travel to Belize in the time of COVID-19. Additionally, what the destination and travel suppliers are doing to keep visitors safe.