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Did you know, you can now travel to Paradise!

At an uncertain time with so many unknowns, it is always exciting when there is some good news to share.

French Polynesia after a few months of being Covid-free has reopened for international travelers on July 15 and yes, that includes Americans.

French Polynesia is made up of islands in the South Pacific that include the Society Islands (Tahiti, Bora Bora & Moorea), Marquesas and Tuamotu’s islands and atolls.

Best known for its crystal blue waters the region is perfect for snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing among many other water based activities and its beautiful beaches.

Here romantic vacations in over-the-water bungalows in luxurious and tropical resorts is the paradise that travelers dream of.

When you feel its the right time, you too can get there. It is always recommended that you monitor the current situation on the Tahiti tourism site and track the requirements for travel before proceeding with planning.

Although this is great news for the weary traveler looking for adventure, the tasks required to travel are currently quite rigid so the French Polynesian government can maintain their zero level of cases.

Some of these current requirements include providing proof of negative results from a RT-PCR test before boarding a flight, receipt of health registration with the French Polynesian government, traceability form completion at arrival into the region and mandatory self – testing 4 days post arrival.

These are in addition to any requirements of the air, hotel and tour suppliers which also need to be verified before proceeding with travel.

But if escaping to a paradise to find your own piece of salty earth to relax mask free is on your agenda, you now have an option for a location that is on many’s bucket list.

Travel safe, stay healthy and protect yourself and others so together we can all enjoy paradise once again.

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