Since May 1st, The Islands of Tahiti are reopen to tourism for travelers residing in the USA for at least 30 days prior to departure. Vaccinated and immune travelers who have been in the US for 30 consecutive days prior to departure and strictly follow the new and improved entry and stay conditions are not subject to quarantine….
“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 crisis.
Proud of this label ensuring safety of all our visitors and population alike, we’re looking forward to welcoming you again in our islands!
Preparing your trip to Tahiti…We live in a tropical area, so we suggest wearing light cotton clothes: shorts, cotton slacks or jeans, summer dresses, swimsuit… A jumper or a light wrap is a good idea since temperatures can drop on top of the mountains or at night during the dry season (July-August). You may also want to bring a windbreaker or a raincoat since showers may happen.
Ia Orana (Tahitian Greetings),
I sincerely hope you and your loved ones are doing well despite this challenging time.
We are facing today a unique crisis and we all have to adapt to ensure we limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
YES. These three little letters were pronounced with a salted smile with tears of joy.
Your destiny is now officially linked to the one of your other half. Now you wish to enjoy your new married life far away from your usual life. Bye bye stress and greyness, hello sun, coconut palms and fine sand! Tahiti inspires you but you don’t dare to give it a try. Your love deserves the best. What other destination than French Polynesia can make a dream come true to welcome your honeymoon?