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In response to improving health conditions, the State and local authorities have further eased the requirements of entry into French Polynesia. See the official decree.
Travelers to French Polynesia with a stopover or transit in the United States, such as from Europe, must comply with the entry requirements of the U.S. authorities:
As of June 12, 2022, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will no longer require air passengers (vaccinated or not) traveling from a foreign country to the United States to show a negative COVID-19 viral test or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before they board their flight.
REMINDER: On departure from French Polynesia, travelers must comply with their country’s entry restrictions and be tested in some cases.
CLARIFICATION FOR UNVACCINATED TRAVELERS
COVID-19 tests are no longer required for travel to or transit through the United States, regardless of the traveler’s vaccination schedule.
Wearing a mask is no longer be mandatory in public transport (airplanes, buses, boats) as well as in places open to the public, in establishments or for practicing activities.
Wearing a mask is still be required in health care facilities.
In the context of the crisis related to the COVID-19 pandemic, TAHITI EXPERIENCES has committed to Tahiti Tourism to apply a common and united commercial policy by proposing modifications without penalty or refund without charge within 12 months from the initial date of stay in case of cancellation.
The specifics of the agreement apply to cancellations and change requests for any new reservation made between May 1, 2020 and September 30, 2022 for travel within French Polynesia between July 15, 2020 and December 31, 2022 – with the exception of group requests.
Click here to consult all members of the common policy.
The cancellation or change fees will be waived in the case of :
In the event of a request for cancellation or modification of reservations except in the cases defined above, standard conditions apply. See booking terms & conditions.
Given this exceptional situation, TAHITI EXPERIENCES still strongly recommends that our clients have a Travel Protection Plan or Travel Insurance, which takes into account the epidemic risk associated with COVID-19, when traveling.
TAHITI EXPERIENCES invites you to follow and respect the usual barrier gestures, recommended by the Ministry of Tourism and Health Department of French Polynesia :
“The Health Department updates its recommendations regularly to protect your health and recommends the right things to do against the COVID-19”
Since August 1, 2022, the travel restrictions still in effect between French Polynesia and mainland France have been lifted.
In this context, it is no longer necessary for vaccinated persons to present the vaccination certificate upon boarding the plane in order to enter the French territory.
As of May 12, 2023, travelers will no longer need to show proof of vaccination to board a flight to the United States.
For unvaccinated travelers: Testing is no longer mandatory for travel between mainland France and French Polynesia.
REMINDER: On departure from French Polynesia, travelers must comply with their country’s entry conditions, which may change regularly.
Last update : May 13th, 2023
Just a few words,
The global health challenge we all are living at the present time is unprecedented. However, each one of us are reminded what really matters such as protecting ourselves with simple actions, participating in the fight against the epidemic by respecting the current sanitary measures and many more.
The health and safety of all have always been at the core priority of TAHITI EXPERIENCES and even more so today. Please be assured that we will do everything we can to complete successfully the missions of the agency. Jointly with the local authorities and all our partners, we will provide regular updates of all current and future measures and recommendations.
It is with the support of all health forces and your efforts in this trying time that we will beat the Covid-19 – all together.
On this optimistic note, I wish to tell you how much we look forward to welcoming you again into our Islands!
Thank you, Mauru’uru,
Teriitahi, Herald NANAI