St Barts
Travel Restrictions
During COVID-19

The borders of St Barts officially reopened on June 9th, 2021 and visitors can once again travel to St Barts in complete safety. St Barts is part of the list of "green" countries in which there is no active circulation of the COVID-19 virus or worrying variant. Indicated by CDC, Level 1: Covid-19 low category.

Find out what the restrictions are for traveling to St Barts from the United States, from Canada, from European Union, and from other foreign countries depending on the health situation of third countries and the vaccinations of travelers during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We inform travelers about the types of viral tests required for entry into the territory of Saint Barthelemy, what it means to be fully vaccinated with the post-vaccination travel periods to be observed, the additional requirements for passengers in transit, how to get tested in St Barts but also the procedure to follow in the event of a positive test during a stay on the island.

St Barts Entry Requirements for US Visitors

The United States and Canada are in Green country zone of covid-19 and all visitors are welcomed to enter St Barts with different entry requirements apply for vaccinated and not vaccinated travelers.

ST BARTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR US VISITORS

St Barts Entry Requirements for EU Visitors

St Barts is open to all visitors from the European Union and other foreign countries with different travel restrictions depending on vaccination status and country zone (Green, Orange, or Red). Find out what requirements are needed to enter St Barts due to the covid-19 pandemic based on the zone where your travel origin country is located.

ST BARTS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR EU VISITORS

St Barts Entry Eligibility

Please contact us to discuss your entry eligibility and to book your villa/hotel/yacht along with supporting documents to be submitted upon arrival. Compelling reasons must be presented and submitted prior to boarding along with PCR test taken in less than 72 hours or Antigen test within 48 hours.

It is the responsibility of each traveler to verify requirements and restrictions that apply to their specific situation including the country of origin and travel dates.