The Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Colombia in Jamaica is pleased to inform that the Government of Colombia has lifted the sanitary entry requirements implemented during the pandemic.


As of April 5th, 2023 (Res.555 de 2023), NO Covid-19 vaccination certificate and/or negative test will be required for international travellers entering Colombia.

However, all international travelers must complete the Check-Mig online pre-registry between 72 to 24 hours before traveling. This online registration is required by Migración Colombia (migration control authority) and can be completed free and is available in English as well at the following link:


This information has also been updated on the IATA official website, accessible to all international airlines serving Colombia. See:


For Visas: Citizens of Jamaica, Bahamas, Dominica, Saint Lucia, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Kitts and Nevis and the Cayman Islands (BOT) are exempt of short-term visas to travel to Colombia (tourism or non-paid activities for up to 90 days stays) (Res.5488/2022). The migration control authority reserves the right to determine if the traveler meets the entry requirements to Colombia. For more information on visas, travelers can check the website:


This consular office will also be available to attend to any query that may arise by the consular or migration authorities of the Caribbean countries/territories under our consular circumscription.


Colombia reiterates its commitment to safe, orderly and regular migration and to promote cooperation throughout the Americas to overcome the effects of the pandemic in the Wider Caribbean.



Consulado de Colombia en Kingston / Consulate of Colombia in Kingston
Tel. local/local phone: +1 (876) 929-1701/2; Tel. móvil/mobile phone: +1 (876) 572-9051; Tel. Colombia: (+57
601) 381 4000 Ext.5355
53 Knutsford Boulevard, VM Building, 4th Floor, Kingston 5, Jamaica, West lndies