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Official ETIS platform - French Polynesia

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Welcome to the ETIS platform. Start your application by clicking on the button corresponding to your travel itinerary.
Please report your COVID-19 health status
Please report your COVID-19 health status
Vaccinated people traveling to mainland france are not subject to the declaration of compelling motives.

Stages of my application

  • Traveler status
  • Personal information
  • Health registration
  • Itinerary in French Polynesia
  • Data verification
  • Information about your stay
  • Compliance to sanitary rules

Welcome to the ETIS platform

Electronic Travel Information System

The government of French Polynesia requires the creation of a health registration form for any traveler arriving to French Polynesia by air. This formality is added to the existing entry conditions for foreigners in Polynesian territory.. This formality has been in force since July 12, 2020 (Decree n° 657 CM of April 22nd, 2021 modifying decree n° 525 CM of May 13, 2020 modified, concerning measures of entry and sanitary surveillance of arrivals in French Polynesia in the framework of the fight against covid-19) for an indefinite period.

The health form is only available at www.etis.pf . It is mandatory for all resident and non-resident travelers and must be presented at airline check-in before boarding the plane to Polynesia.

ETIS is a free service platform.

Who must apply ?

All travelers; residents and non-residents; as well as their minor family members are subject to this declaration obligation.
Please fill out the appropriate form according to your Country of Departure. The United States, a COVID 19 low traffic area is the only territory that allows a compelling reason for tourist travel.

What are the stages to
follow ?
FOR ALL PASSENGERS
  • Take a molecular RT-PCR test of SARS-CoV-2 performed on a sample by an authorized health professional within three days before boarding for all travelers aged 11 years old and older. Failling to obtain the result in due time, make sure to present to the transport company a certificate of performance of the test associated witha negative antigenic test result taken no later than 48 hours prior to the departure. Please note that the only antigenic tests which can validly be presented are those allowing the detection of the N protein of the SARS-CoV-2.
  • Present the results of the test to the airline serving French Polynesia
  • Fill out entirely the online health commitment form on the www.etis.pf website
  • Accept the operative health conditions.
  • Depending on your vaccination status, present your test results and vaccination record.​
FOR THE NON-VACCINATED
FOR THE VACCINATED
What do I need for this application ?
FOR ALL PASSENGERS
  • The negative RT-PCR test result taken no later than 72 hours before departure or the negative antigen test taken no later than 48 hours before departure. Please note that the only antigenic tests which can validly be presented are those allowing the detection of the N protein of the SARS-CoV-2.
  • A travel itinerary.
  • A valid email adress on which the ETIS receipt will be sent
  • A person to contact in case of emergency, phone number and email adress.
  • Travel insurance for anyone who does not have the French nationality. If the insurance doesn't cover the costs in the event of a pandemic, engage yourself to take care of all health costs generated in French Polynesia, including in the event of infection with COVID-19. The etis form holds as proof. ​
FOR THE NON-VACCINATED
  • Your validated compelling motive request for the travel submitted between 30 and 6 days prior to the flight on the Démarches Simplifiées ( or simplified steps) plateform. Please note that if you do not have the validation fo your compelling motive, you will not be allowed to board and you will need to make a request on simplified Procedures platform.
  • Test results depending on your immunization or immunity status. ​
FOR THE VACCINATED
Conditions of entry in French Polynesia

See the conditions of entry and stay in French Polynesia
Click here