St Barthelemy reopens to tourism June 9, 2021. Vaccination required

We are happy to inform that the French Government has authorized St Barts to reopen its borders towards fully vaccinated travelers from the 9th June.

Visitors will be asked to provide documentation of negative Covid-19 RT PCR test within three full days of the arrival date. Alternatively, an antigen test taken no more than two full days of arrival will be accepted as well.

Once on St Barts, no quarantine nor self-isolation will be necessary. No Covid-19 tests will be required during your stay, except the usual one required by your home country when returning, if needed.

Visitors under age 18 won’t need any vaccination and those below the age of 10 aren’t subject to testing.

After a successful vaccination campaign, the vast majority of our island’s citizens are now vaccinated and our efficient Covid-19 testing center offers service for everyone.

Restaurants, boutiques, nautical activities as well as all services are being provided as usual. Hotels and private villas are open for tourism.

Nils Dufau
President du Comite du Tourisme de Saint Barthelemy