New York, NY – June 1st, 2022:


If you plan to travel to the French Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe from the United States you must follow the instructions of the local authorities:

Travelers (12 years of age and older) who are fully vaccinated (2 shots + booster) will have to present proof of vaccination (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson) and do not need to get tested.

Travelers (12 years of age and older) who are not fully vaccinated (2 shots + booster) will have to present the results of a negative PCR test (less than 72 hours upon boarding their flight to Guadeloupe) or antigen test (less than 48 hours upon boarding their flight to Guadeloupe).

Children under 12 are exempt from testing.




In the case that visitors are requested to perform a test 48/72h before they return to their home country, they will have the opportunity to do so at the airport.

Testing capacity: 100 – 125 persons per hour
Visitors will receive results within 24h to 48h via text or email
Online reservation only (for passengers returning home in need of a test):

Pole Caraibe Airport

Pôle Caraïbes International Airport activated in May “Covid Vigilance” which consist of the following:

Reinforced sanitary measures intended to guarantee the safety of passengers and employees: mandatory use of masks in the airport and on the plane, strict cleaning and sanitizing rules of all common areas, hand sanitizers available throughout the airport…
Ways and means of operation fulfilling the needs of all safety requirements: social distancing markers, plexiglass barriers at every counter, access to airport terminals only limited to passengers, check points with temperature checks, etc.
An adapted communication and signage system, intended to remind all necessary sanitary measures to travelers in French and English: internet campaign, implementation of signs at every step of the passengers’ check in and boarding process, public service announcements at the terminal…




The Guadeloupean hospitality industry is committed to making the safety of its clients, and employees, a priority. Hotels are reopening throughout the archipelago, following a strict protocol. Hygiene coordinators ensure the implementation and enforcement of all sanitary measures:

-Mandatory use of masks for employees in direct contact with clients
-Hand sanitizers available throughout the properties
-Barrier measures at the front desks
-Hotel Restaurants have reorganized their space in order to guarantee social distancing
-All common areas deeply cleaned & sanitized continuously throughout the day in order to prevent any contamination (front desk, bars, restaurants, fitness room, Spa, swimming pool ,etc..)
-Cleaning staffs must follow a strict sanitizing protocol during the cleaning of the rooms and common areas
-Social distancing markers
-All sanitary rules are displayed using an extensive signage system in French and English
-All suppliers and collaborators are informed and required to respect the same safety measures
-A strict procedure has been established in order to manage any suspicious case.