LONDON, UK, 2021-Jul-08 — /Travel PR News/ — Following today’s announcement, as of 19th July double vaccinated travellers will not need to quarantine on their return to England from The Islands of Tahiti, French Polynesia.
The Islands of Tahiti have been recognized by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) for the high quality of their strategic and operational protocols for managing human health and safety issues in the COVID 19 crisis management within the Polynesian tourism industry.
Antigen tests are now being accepted on arrival into French Polynesia, as well as PCR tests, offering more choice to travellers. Full entry requirements can be found here.
Once there, most restrictions have now been lifted, including the curfew. Hotels and restaurants are operating with ‘normal’ service as are activities and excursions.
About The Islands of Tahiti
Located in the South Pacific, The Islands of Tahiti consist of 118 islands and atolls, made up of the well-known Society Islands including Tahiti and Bora Bora, Tuamotu Islands, Gambier Islands, Austral Islands and Marquesas Islands. Known for being an artist’s residence to the likes of Gauguin and Matisse, The Islands of Tahiti are the birthplace of Polynesian culture. The locals are warm and welcoming, whilst exuding a humble spirit and proudly sharing their traditions and heritage with visitors. The current Embraced by Mana campaign highlights the diversity of the destination, bringing to life the duality of seclusion and adventure and connecting all islands. Access from the UK is usually via Paris or Los Angeles with connections from Air Tahiti Nui.
For more information on The Islands of Tahiti, visit www.tahititourisme.uk
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