There are a number of ways to wend your way to St. Barts, all of which require traveling through the air, or on the water, or both.Most of people use…
There are a number of ways to wend your way to St. Barts, all of which require traveling through the air, or on the water, or both. Most of people use commercial flights.
The easiest and most comfortable way to get to St Barts is by airplane. A number of major airlines have regularly scheduled international flights into St Martin, a neighboring island to St Barts, with local companies providing the connecting flights to the island’s Gustave III Airport, located just five minutes drive from Gustavia. You can also get from St Martin to St Barts by boat, from a charter speedboat to daily ferry service.
Visas: Citizens of the EU need an official identity card, valid passport or French carte de séjour. Citizens of most other foreign countries, including Australia, need both a valid passport and a visa for France.
All American and Canadian citizens arriving in Saint Barth must have a valid passport, as well a round-trip ticket or proof of continuation of travel. A visa is not necessary if the intended stay on the island is inferior to, or equal to, 30 days.
However, the passport must be valid and not expire for at least three months from the date of entry to the territory of St Barthélemy.