The French government has removed all Covid-related travel restrictions to St. Barts.
Travelers visiting St. Barts are no longer required to have a pre-arrival test or provide proof of vaccination. Quarantine after arrival has also been eliminated.
If visitors are coming through St. Maarten, the Electronic Health Authorization System, or EHAS, form is still required to enter St. Maarten, but there is no Covid test or vaccination proof needed.
The government announcement comes ahead of the island's upcoming high season, which will kick off with the annual St. Barts Gourmet Festival Nov. 8-12 featuring award-winning international chefs who will cook alongside St. Barts' culinary teams.