New Travel restrictions are in effect for South Africa and new entry requirements are announced for several European countries:
As of Monday November 29, 2021, all travelers who have visited one of the following African countries within 14 days prior to traveling to Sint Maarten will be denied entry: South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Mozambique.
As of Monday December 6, 2021, all fully vaccinated travelers from countries in the very-high risk category will be required to provide a negative 48 hr. PCR or a negative 24 hr. Ag test result. The following countries will be listed in this category the Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom, Poland, Belgium, Denmark, Czech Republic, Hungary , Norway, Slovakia, Liechtenstein, Austria, Switzerland, Monaco, Bulgaria, Bolivia and Trinidad and Tobago.
Please always check the official page of the Sint Maarten government:
French Saint Martin has also new travel requirements in place:
The decree of November 25th, 2021 modifies the conditions of entry for travelers from metropolitan France to the islands of Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy.
Vaccinated persons must provide an antigenic test less than 48 hours old or a PCR test less than 72 hours old.
Non-vaccinated persons must provide an antigenic or PCR test less than 24 hours old, present a compelling reason of a professional, health or family nature and complete a declaration on their honour, to carry out a week of isolation on arrival in the territory, and to undertake to carry out a new covid screening test after 7 days.
The rules for travel from Saint-Barthélemy and Saint-Martin to metropolitan France remain unchanged. The rules for travel between French islands (Saint Barthélemy, Saint Martin, Guadeloupe and Martinique) remain unchanged.
Please always check the official page Saint Martin: