Tahiti is open for business. One of the first openings for US travelers since the COVID-19 outbreak. Despite current situations, Tahiti has long been a sought-after paradise for couples, families, and solo travelers. Tahiti is all about romance, rejuvenation, and relaxation. It is a haven and offers an array of land and water activities. Due to all the coral reefs, it is the perfect dive spot as well. No matter your reason for seeking out this destination, there are 3 common questions I always seem to get.
Top 3 Most Asked Questions:
Q: What is the best time of year to visit?
A: Tahiti is an ideal destination year-round. The rains come in January and February, but it is still spectacular because you will see waterfalls appear on the mountain that isn’t usually there.
Q: How much time should I plan for my visit?
A: We encourage an immersive experience for your trip. We want you to feel like you belong and connect with the country. I advise you to let me know how much time you’ve got. I will then customize the itinerary to suit your needs. I would recommend a minimum of a week as the flight from Los Angeles is 9 hours.
Q: What type of documentation do I need?
A: You will, of course, need your passport, which should have an expiration date 3 months past your travel dates, but we usually recommend 6 months for all international travel. No visa is required for 90 days or less for tourism-based travel. With the new COVID-19 protocols, you will be required to provide a negative test result done within 3 days before travel, along with a Sanitary Entry Form upon check-in for your flight. Please know that we will assist you in any way we can in obtaining your requirements for travel.
Do You Have More Questions About Tahiti?
Then send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to make sure you have the best vacation experience possible!