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KIRIBATI

Kiribati

 

 

SEVERE WEATHER

SEVERE WEATHER KIRIBATI

PORTS OF ENTRY

Gilbert Islands
Betio Islet
Tarawa

Line Islands
Kiritimati
Christmas Island / London

Fanning Island
Tabuaerean

Phoenix Islands
Canton

ENTRY EXIT REQUIREMENTS

 

 

DOCUMENTATION
Passport Valid for at least _ months; requires one blank page
Boat Documentation Coast Guard Doc (Original)
Insurance
Crewlist Required at checkin/out
Zarpe Required at checkin/out
Fishing License
Official Procedures
Official Country Visa
Immigration Visa
Required Permits
Upon Arrival Visit: Immigration; Customs; Port Captain/Authority
Upon Departure Visit: Immigration; Customs; Port Captain
Total Entry & Exit Fees:
Notes:
Recommended Agent:
Other:
Required Vaccinations None
Pets
Currency: AUSTRALIAN Dollar

WEATHER

PILOT CHARTS KIRIBATI CLIMATOLOGY

YACHT AGENT
timei

Timei Kaitaua
timeitima@gmail.com
Lagoon View Resort
Near the main town Dock
London, Kiribati
+686 68695093

US EMBASSY COVID INFO >>

Tourism Kiribati Welcomes Border Re-opening Announcement

The Tourism Authority of Kiribati (TAK) has welcomed the announcement yesterday by te Beretitenti, His Excellency Taneti Maamau on his governmentโ€™s decision to open Kiribati national borders from January 2022.

In his announcement, President Maamau urged the people of Kiribati who qualify for the COVID-19 vaccines to complete both their doses before the end year. He emphasized that unity and complying with restrictions and regulations is very important for the safety of all I-Kiribati. The President called on old men and women organizations, church groups, youth groups, women organizations, Islands Councils, communities and fathers and mothers in every household to help encourage family members and friends get vaccinated against this deadly virus.

Through its Tourism Restart Program, TAK has developed the Kiribati Tourism & Hospitality Protocols for the New Normal and is currently undertaking COVID-19 safety protocol training for all accommodation providers. Properties in South Tarawa, North Tarawa, Abaiang, Tab North and Tab South have completed their training whilst the rest of accommodation and tourism service providers in other islands will receive their COVID-19 protocol training by November 2021. TAK CEO, Petero Manufolau confirmed that an industry-wide refresher training will be conducted in December 2021, prior to border reopening in January 2022.

As part of its restart program, TAK will also launch its Digital Marketing Strategy in September for implementation form October 2021, giving the Pacific Island destination 3 months to roll out its marketing campaigns and programs.

Travellers returning or visiting Kiribati for the first time in 2022 can expect an improved experience through the destinationโ€™s Mauri Mark program, a hotel assessment and accreditation program and the Mauri Way, a Kiribati National Tourism Customer Service program for all tourism service providers.

Details of Kiribatiโ€™s COVID-19 traveler requirements and protocols for the January 2022 international border reopening will be advised once it is available from government.

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