FRENCH POLYNESIA

Open to US citizens? No - tourism from all origins has been suspended as of Feb 3 2021

Test required? Yes

Quarantine required? No

Insurance required? No

Additional Notes:

After obtaining the negative test results, each adult must fill out a digital Sanitary entry form online on the dedicated platform mainly agreeing to:

  • Respect the prevention measures and all health safety instructions issued by the authorities of French Polynesia for the pre-boarding phase, during the flight,  disembarkation and throughout the stay;

  • Call the emergency health line at 40 455 000 in case of cough, fever or respiratory difficulty. If the traveler feels any sign of distress, they should dial “15” (emergency services);

  • Submit to the health surveillance system established by the government of French Polynesia which, among other health protocols, mandates a self-test for the SARS-CoV-2 virus 4 days after arrival French Polynesia;

  • Have travel insurance or personally assume all expenses related to cost of care including hospitalization, confinement, or repatriation, should the visitor fall ill during their stay;

  • Provide information about the stay in French Polynesia (except for residents) : itinerary, inter-island transport, accommodation (e-mail contacts / telephone / dates of stay).

The Sanitary entry form is to be completed online on the dedicated digital platform.  Once completed a receipt with an ETIS number will be issued by email; a printout of this receipt must be presented upon check-in together with the test results in order to be able to board the flight to French Polynesia and both documents will need to be presented upon arrival at Tahiti’s Faa’a international airport.

The printout receipt of the health engagement form is to be kept with the traveler at all times and in all places during their stay in French Polynesia.

Travelers must complete a self-test 4 days after arrival in French Polynesia. The self–test will be provided upon arrival in French Polynesia.