About the health crisis
Understandably, you may be anxious or worried about coming to our airport and being around other people. Please be reassured, we have introduced new measures to help protect you and our colleagues, and give everyone peace of mind.
Travelling to and from Port Vila Airport
Arriving passengers must remain 14 days in isolation at a designated quarantine facility and declare any symptoms they may be experiencing. Although it is not mandatory in Vanuatu, we strongly recommend all travellers to get tested for COVID-19 prior to leaving their country of departure.
Departing passengers must be aware about the latest Coronavirus-related regulations in the countries they intend to enter or transit by. Travellers must also declare any symptoms they may be experiencing. Although it is not mandatory in Vanuatu, we strongly recommend all travellers to get tested for COVID-19 prior to leaving the country.
In order to protect the health of the population and travellers, the Government of Vanuatu is closely monitoring the situation in collaboration with experts and the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Citizens are allowed to return to Vanuatu and must declare their current health status.
For residents and other profiles, please contact the Department of Immigration and Passport Services.
All passengers entering Vanuatu must remain in isolation for 14 days at a designated quarantine facility.
Self-isolation at home is not permitted by the Law.
The Ministry of Health does not impose travellers entering Vanuatu to get tested for COVID-19 but it is strongly recommended.
You may be required to get tested to be allowed to transit though other airports. We recommend you to regularly check the regulations in force in the countries you intend to transit by as they may change at any time.
Ministry of Trade and Foreign Affairs