UPDATE: Bora Bora has closed to all tourists as of February 3rd. Learn more about the current French Polynesian COVID-19 protocols on the tourism website.
French Polynesia has been open for tourism since July 15, 2020.
All travelers are subject to the following mandatory conditions:
Prior to boarding:
– Proof of a Negative RT-PCR test carried out within three days prior to your international air departure. 72 hours from the last leg of travel. List of approved and non-approved tests – Very important that you get one from the approved list.
I got my test done at my doctor’s office in Boston, MA USA, and even had my doctor write a letter and signed it stating what type of test it was for precaution. Happy to report it was a Negative Result.
– Present the receipt of the health registration on the Etis.pf platform (Electronic Travel Information System).
– Make sure you have your negative Covid result test and necessary documents. PRINTED!
During the stay:
– Self-test 4 days after arrival in the Islands of French Polynesia. They will provide this test for you at the airport and you’ll have to turn it into your hotel/accommodation.
The testing sites are free and available to everyone, regardless of insurance.
Test and quarantine post-trip – Whether required or not it is the responsible thing to do💛