New requirements for all travelers to St. Barth

February 4, 2021
As part of the measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 within its country, the Republic of France decreed and implemented a lock down for the entire country including its overseas territories. Our destination St. Barth is also affected and severely restricted.

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All tourism and leisure travel are prohibited, to enter St. Barth only compelling reasons are considered.

These measures will be in effect until the Government of France implements modifications to its decree.

Update: Friday April 2, 2021

In addition to the entry requirements mentioned below, passengers coming from NA and/or foreign countries (out of France) to St Barthélemy via St. Maarten who are fully vaccinated, providing negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival, and who can justify a duration of stay greater than 7 days are approved and authorized to board without delay to the final destination of St. Barths.

St Barthelemy Gustaf III Airport | February 2, 2021

Please check the requirements below to see if travel is permitted.

Visa is not required for Saint-Barthélemy.
Passengers who do not possess insurance and proof of accommodation for the duration of their stay may be refused entry.

Covid-19 Travel requirements

Passengers aged 11 years or older will be refused boarding if they are not holding a result of a biological examination of virologic screening (PCR or LAMP test only) where the test is carried out less than 72 hours prior to boarding proving that they are free of Covid-19.

Passengers are not permitted to travel if they do not hold a sworn statement (Attestation sur l’honneur) confirming that they do not have Covid-19, and committing themselves to isolation for 7 days after arrival and to perform a new PCR test at the end of the 7 days. The sworn statement can be obtained here.

Passengers in transit in Sint Maarten must complete a mandatory health authorization application via the Electronic Health Authorization System (EHAS) at least 12 hours before departure. It can be obtained at The pre-approved e-mail authorization may be asked for at the time of check-in and upon arrival in Sint Maarten.

Passenger must present a travel statement ("Attestation de déplacement dérogatoire") confirming that they are travelling for personal, family, health, emergency or professional reason that cannot be postponed, due to the outbreak of Covid-19.

Passengers are not permitted to depart France unless they satisfy one of the exemptions detailed in the "Attestation de déplacement depuis la France métropolitaine vers un pays extérieur a l'espace européen" (travel certificate), due to the outbreak of Covid-19. The travel certificate can be obtained at this address prior to travel.

In order to provide flexibility to passenger affected by this situation, we will be managing the re-accommodations under the following guidelines:

Passengers can send an email our reservations department before departure to cancel their flights

Passengers will receive a credit voucher of the full value; no penalties will apply and the voucher will be valid for 1 year after issuance
A new booking has to be made within 1 year of voucher issuance

Please contact our Reservation department to request your re-accommodation or credit voucher; email:

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