We are so excited to welcome international travellers back to our shores from 1 July, 2022. Our beautiful smiles await you, and we invite you to Answer the Call of Vanuatu once again!
Here’s what you need to know about visiting Vanuatu as a tourist come 1 July.
BEFORE YOU TRAVEL:
You’ll need to produce a certified negative Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) result from within 24 hours of departure. Or, if you’ve recently had Covid-19, you need to show a certificate of infection and recovery within 28 days of departure. That’s it!
More information on how you’ll need to present the relevant certificates and paperwork is to come.
WHEN YOU ARRIVE:
You won’t need to quarantine or do any testing upon arrival.
IF YOU TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 WHILE IN VANUATU:
You’ll need to isolate for seven days in a managed Government designated and approved facility – this may include hotels and resorts or other government health centres, subject to availability.
You’ll need to report the results of your positive RAT through the Vanuatu Government’s Covid-19 hotline (119), through an online reporting form (link to come) or through your hotel.
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
- The provinces and islands that have reached Health Recovery Level 1 status (meaning they have high levels of vaccination and their Covid-19 situation is stable) will be open to international visitors. Efate (Port Vila) and Sanma (Santo) have reached this status, and we invite you to visit covid.19.gov.vu to view the most up to date information on specific provinces/islands and their statuses.
- The safety of both locals and visitors remains paramount, and these entry requirements are subject to change.
For any questions, please visit the FAQs page on our website https://www.vanuatu.travel/au/covid-safe-travel/faqs.