The Islands of Tahiti Will Reopen to International Travellers in May

The President of French Polynesia said the islands of Tahiti will reopen to international travellers from May

The President of French Polynesia made the official announcement that The Islands of Tahiti will reopen to tourism from 1st May.

Regarding entry conditions, he said: “We are going to put in place a protocol at the entry of our borders using virological testing, serological testing, vaccine and ETIS (Electronic Travel Information System). We will explain this protocol in detail with the High Commissioner in the coming days”.

‘Safe Travels by WTTC’ is the world’s first global health and safety label for travel and tourism, designed specifically to deal with COVID-19 and other similar health situations. After reviewing the protocols and awareness actions deployed by French Polynesia, Mrs. Gloria GUEVARA, President and CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), declared that she was delighted to recognise the country’s efforts in the implementation of health security measures in accordance with the global ‘Safe Travels by WTTC’ protocols.