Good news for tourism on the island! The government has justannounced the lifting of restrictions between Guadeloupe, Martinique and SaintMartin and the Mainland from June 9th. For the sisterisland of Saint Barthélemy, the date has been set for May 19th.
In terms of travel, people traveling to France from Saint Martin will no longer have to provide a PCR test. On the other hand, travelers will have to present negative results of a PCR test when leaving Paris, including vaccinated persons. These same vaccinated persons will be exempted from self-isolation for 7 days upon their return to the island, unlike non-vaccinated persons.
Between Guadeloupe, Martinique and St. Martin and France: lifting of restrictions as of June 9.
A negative PCR test less than 72 hours before departure will continue to be required for departure from France to these overseas territories. Non-vaccinated travelers will have to commit to a 7-day self-isolation period after which they will have to test negative. As these territories are not Covid-free and have a low virus circulation, vaccinated travelers (fully vaccinated) will be exempted from the self-isolation commitment.
Between Saint-Barthélemy and the Hexagon: lifting of restrictions from May 19th.
A negative PCR test less than 72 hours before departure will continue to be required for departure from France to Saint Barthélemy. Travelers will be required to self-isolate for 7 days upon arrival in Saint Barthélemy, after which they will have to test negative.
As of June 9th, travelers who have been vaccinated (fully vaccinated) will be exempt from the self-isolation commitment.