2021 COVID-19 SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
Thank you for your understanding and assistance in keeping us all safe 

AS OF OCTOBER 4TH, the Nova Scotia Health Authority is requiring anyone participating in an outdoor adventure tour to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of immunization. The 2nd dose of vaccination must have been administered more than 14 days prior to your tour date.

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We have made the promise for your safety and ours

Kattuk Expeditions has made the promise to follow all COVID19 health guidelines as laid out by the Nova Scotia Health Protections Act Order.

All guests must agree to the following requirements:

  • Complete a questionnaire that asks whether you have any COVID-19 symptoms; have been outside of the Atlantic Provinces; or to any known exposure sites; been refused boarding an aircraft due to a medical reason relating to COVID-19, have not been mandated to quarantine order.

  • Must wear clean, properly fitting 2-layer masks that cover the mouth and nose at all times, both indoors and during flights.

  • Walk at a distance of 2 meters from one another when outdoors.

Passengers will be denied boarding the plane / helicopter / ship if they

  • Exhibit any related COVID-19 symptoms.

  • Answer the questionnaire in the negative.

  • Refuse to wear a mask.

  • Falsify any information relating to the COVID-19 questionnaire.

Failure to adhere to these requirements and/or falsifying information may result in a fine of $5000 for individuals and up to $25,000 for Kattuk Expeditions and our transportation providers.

When deciding to book a trip to Sable Island this year

 

International travelers:

Presently, the international borders to Canada are open to visitors who are double vaccinated against Covid 19. Vaccination must be proven 14 days prior to arrival.

You can find out if you are exempt from self-isolation entering into Canada here: https://travel.gc.ca/travel-covid/travel-restrictions/covid-vaccinated-travellers-entering-canada

Travelers from outside of Atlantic Canada

Everyone who travels from outside Atlantic Canada (including if you’re travelling through Nova Scotia to another destination) needs to apply to travel to Nova Scotia by completing the Safe Check-in Form, including most travelers who are exempt from self-isolation. They may need to self-isolate when they arrive in Nova Scotia for up to 14 days. If they have already self-isolated in Atlantic Canada, they may enter Nova Scotia without self-isolating again. You don’t need to self-isolate if you’re exempt from self-isolation. Source:  https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/travel/   

Parks Canada's Covid-19 visitor information

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/voyage-travel/securite-safety/covid-19-info/covid-19-visite-visit

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Social distancing opportunities abound

on Sable Island.