Travel Advisory for the Delaware Beaches

Delaware has remained in Phase 2 of the statewide reopening guidance. It is important to plan ahead and adhere to safety precautions. By planning ahead, it is suggested to travel in non-peak times to help ensure social distancing. Weekdays or the fall season are ideal times to visit the beaches.

Face coverings are required in public places including outdoors, boardwalk areas and highly suggested on the beach. Strict social distancing of 6ft between anyone outside a family unit must be maintained. Please remember to stay home if you are sick. Delaware will always be here to discover later.

Make sure to review guidelines before arriving at your destination. The Delaware beaches, overnight accommodations, food and drink establishments are all open.

Some locations may be operating under different capacity or require reservations. If you're staying overnight, locations are following enhanced safety and disinfecting protocols. Common areas such as; lobby, dining, etc. will have limited capacity. It is important to remember that gatherings should be limited even when staying in vacation rentals. Strict social distancing of 6ft between anyone outside a family unit must be maintained. 

If you have questions, please complete this form and the Delaware Discovery Advisors can help you plan a getaway with suggestions on what’s open and details on how to Explore Safely. View the go-to guide for more information on travel planning during COVID-19.

For the latest on Delaware’s COVID-19 data, go to de.gov/coronavirus.

COVID-19 and the Delaware Beaches