Vanuatu Tourism Office confirms entry requirements ahead of the country’s reopening
New requirements for international visitors have been issued as of July 1st, by the Vanuatu Tourism Office.
In July, visitors to Vanuatu only need to bring a negative Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) if the patient has recently had Covid-19, that must be obtained within 24 hours of departure.
The requirements for entering Vanuatu are as follows: (Vanuatu)
When it comes to proving their credentials, travellers can expect more information in the near future.
There is no requirement in Vanuatu for arrival testing. In order to ensure the safety of themselves and the people they encounter, tourists are expected to follow basic hygiene precautions and maintain a physical distance.
Other government health facilities may also be included in this category if they are available. If a traveller is found to be infected, they must be quarantined for seven days in a facility approved by the Vanuatu government.
Rules for Travel to Vanuatu
Travel between the provinces of Shefa and Sanma, which both house Vanuatu’s capital Port Vila and Espiritu Santo, will be resumed on July 1st, according to the Vanuatu Government’s official publication. In order to get the most up-to-date information on Vanuatus provinces and islands, go to covid.19, the official government website for the country.
Air Vanuatu’s website now offers reservations for five nonstop flights from Sydney, one weekly direct flight from Melbourne, and three weekly nonstop flights from Brisbane to Port Vila.