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DOCUMENT OVERVIEW
The Martinique Attestation is a travel screening document designed to stem the spread of coronavirus within Martinique. This document collects information from arriving travelers to track any possible infection entering Martinica and prevent more infections among residents and visitors. It does not replace a visa or any other required travel authorization.

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WHO CAN ENTER MARTINIQUE WITH THIS DOCUMENT
Travelers from Metropolitan France, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Dominica, and Saint Lucia can enter Martinique for personal or family, health, or professional reasons.

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OBTAIN THE MARTINIQUE ATTESTATION
If you want to get Martinique Attestation easily, you will have to provide information about yourself, details about your trip, and your medical condition so far. It will be necessary that you declare that you had a negative result from the COVID-19 PCR Test in the Martinique Attestation. Our team will prepare the document, so you can present it to immigration authorities once you arrive.

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DISPLAY THE FORM
As soon as you submit the form, our experts will process your request, and you will receive your document in your email. Make sure to check your inbox and print the document to show it during your departure.

Visit the FAQs below to view the quarantine rules for the Martinique Attestation.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Reason for travel supporting document.

  • A current valid passport, with at least 6-month validity.

  • A credit/debit card or a PayPal account.

Important Instructions
  • All travelers entering Martinique must carry their Attestation Form. It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country.

  • Before boarding the plane, all travelers aged 11 and above must present a Negative COVID-19 PCR test result performed less than 72 hours before the flight.

  • As a recommendation: Have in hand documents that support your reason for traveling to Martinique. It could be the same that you sent us.

  • Travellers must quarantine for 7 days upon arrival. At the end of the isolation period, they must perform a second PCR test.

  • Information to bear in mind when choosing a ticket: Starting January 16, 2021, the curfew applies from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. throughout the metropolitan area. Therefore, it is mandatory to travel within that range of hours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Martinique Attestation is a travel screening document that collects details about yourself, your contact information, and your medical condition before your trip. It is part of the health measures created by the government to combat the coronavirus. As you already know, it does not replace a visa. If you need a paper visa or any other travel authorization based on your nationality, we recommend contacting the closest embassy. Make sure to get your documents in advance to avoid any inconvenience. Get started.
Yes, arriving passengers that meet the conditions to enter Martinique will have to fill out the Martinique Attestation and present it once they arrive. Complete your application form here.
Passengers from Metropolitan France, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Dominica, and Saint Lucia whose travel purpose is for personal or family, health, or professional reasons are authorized visitors.
If you decide to travel to Martinique, you will have to wear a mask in public places, practice social distancing and present the Martinique Attestation.
Yes, all travelers older than 11 years old will have to present a negative result from the COVID-19 PCR Test issued 72 hours before their trip if they’re entering from Metropolitan France, Dominica, Saint Lucia, or French Guiana. Otherwise, their access to Martinique will be denied. Travelers from Guadeloupe and Saint Barthelemy won’t have to present it.
Visitors from Metropolitan France, French Guiana, and Saint Lucia must self-quarantine for seven days, even if they present a negative result from the COVID-19 PCR Test. At the end of this period, travelers must take a new COVID-19 test before they are allowed to end their quarantine.
Yes, there is no exception for anyone not to fill out the Martinique Attestation. It will be the guardians’ responsibility to complete it for children. Complete the application form right now.

Depending on the option you choose, prices will vary for the Martinique Attestation.

  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD 20.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD 35.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 60.00.

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It is recommendable that you complete the Martinique Attestation at least one day before your departure. Fortunately, you can apply at any time with iVisa.com. Fill out your application form here.
It is a piece of cake. You will have to complete the application form that iVisa.com designed for you. Provide us information about yourself, your contact number, and your medical status so far. Don’t forget to attach the negative result from the COVID-19 PCR Test issued no more than three days before your arrival. Our team will process your request, and you will receive your document done. Get started and don’t overthink about it.
Applying does not take more than five minutes.
It is only valid for one Single Entry. If you want to enter Martinique more than once, it will be necessary that you apply for another Martinique Attestation.
Yes, it is usually for free. Nevertheless, it won't be simple to fill it out because of its ambiguous language that might be hard to read. Besides, you will need some help from experts that can assist you. If you want to avoid those tedious steps, you can apply online with iVisa.com. We have an outstanding team who will prepare the document for you while you get ready for your trip to Martinique. Fill out our application form here.
Without doubt! You can contact our customer service agents, who are ready to answer all your questions at any time. If you prefer, you can send us an email to help@ivisa.com. Chat with our support agents now.
Read more about the Martinique Attestation here.
No, you don't. As of today, COVID vaccination passports or certificates are not a mandatory to enter Martinique. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Martinique travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Martinique is a mountainous Caribbean island that belongs to the Lesser Antilles. This island belongs to the French overseas region, which is why its culture reflects a distinctive blend of French and Antillean influences. Martinique’s eastern coastline adjoins the Atlantic Ocean while its western coast is flanked by the Caribbean Sea. The island is 4 350 miles away from France, 1 950 miles from New York, and only 275 miles from the closest South American coastline.

This island is famous for its capital city, Fort-de-France, which has sloping hills, narrow streets, and La Savane, a garden surrounded by colorful shops and cozy cafes. There’s also a statue of Josephine de Beauharnais, a native of the island and the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Despite its small size, Martinique has many things to offer to travelers. It’s important to mention that you might not be able to enter the island just with a passport, as its government has launched certain requirements to allow foreign entry. The most important is the Martinique Attestation, a travel document that you must get before arrival. The Martinique Attestation is completely online, so it shouldn’t be difficult for you to apply for it.

At iVisa.com we designed an online platform that allows you to apply for the Martinique Attestation in a few minutes. It’s a great way to make sure that you’re ready to enter the country from the comfort of your home.

By having the Martinique Attestation, your passport, and other travel requirements, you’ll be ready to explore the beauties of this island.

Martinique is a great place to practice ecotourism. Two-thirds of the island is protected parkland, and the whole country provides visitors with great chances to hike, ride, or paddle through a marvelous variety of natural landscapes.

Martinique’s well-maintained system of hiking trails extends up to eighty miles, and what’s fascinating about it is that you can enjoy beautiful beaches, bays, and mountainous rainforests. Additionally, you can also try a horseback ride, as well as mountain biking, not to mention that kayaking and canoeing are also very popular on the island.

Another famous activity here is canyoning, which means climbing to the top of a waterfall, looking down into the mists of the tumbling waters, and then jumping! It might sound a bit dangerous for some, but don’t forget that these activities are always recommended and accompanied by professional guides and experts.

Martinique has been nicknamed the ‘Isle of Flowers’ by locals, as it was the name given by the Caribs. That name shouldn’t be a surprise, as the island has a warm, humid climate that’s ideal for many exotic flowers like red bougainvilleas, white frangipani, and hundreds of orchids. Keep in mind that we’re talking about flowers, but you can also spy many rainforest trees, including magnolias, bamboos, and Mahogany.

Don’t forget that white palm trees and sea grapes are also a thing here, meaning that Martinique has all the beauty of the Caribbean within its territory. Caribbean World magazine named Martinique the “Best Eco Island in the Caribbean Sea”, so you have to take advantage of that by trying ecotourism.

Aside from eco-tourism, this lush island is also a scuba diving paradise. Whether you've always wanted to try it, or you’re already an expert, Martinique has the 21 best dive sites with some of the most respectable instructors. Thanks to that, you can easily see the well-preserved flora and fauna of the marine side of this country, which includes corals, sponges, wrecks, and all kinds of tropical fishes, turtles, dolphins, and more marine animals!

Talking about diving, other water sports activities like swimming and snorkeling are quite popular on the island. If you want to swim through white-sand beaches lapped by crystal-clear waters, then you must visit Martinique’s southern coast. But, if you prefer surfing, kite surfing, and windsurfing, then your destination is the northern part of the island.

Since scuba diving is a thing here, snorkeling wasn’t going to be left behind. It’s possible to snorkel in many of the 90 dive sites, but remember to always ask the professional guides to be sure about it and avoid issues. Also, notice that dive conditions tend to remain pleasant thanks to the water temperatures that range between 80 and 86 Fahrenheit degrees, meaning that the waters aren’t too cold nor too hot.

One last thing that you cannot overlook in Martinique is its food. France offered Martinique it’s wonderful tradition of delicious bread, cheeses, and charcuterie as well as soufflé, and beef filet mignon. Besides, with the mix of creole culture, you can try out delicious plates that are blended with local ingredients like fish, pork, beef, coconuts, and spices, as well as ingredients from around the Caribbean and Africa. That’s why you can now eat dishes like crayfish soup, codfish fritters, and green papaya gratin.

It’s important to mention that Martinique has a unique culture that must be respected. Contrary to other Caribbean islands, Martinique is not a former territory of France, it is part of France. That’s why you can see many things related to French culture in this country. Also, since this is a French territory, English is not the national language. Locals speak French and Creole, but most of the time they tend to understand basic English. Therefore, we recommend that you consider learning at least some basic phrases in French before arriving there.

Another thing you should keep in mind is that this country has a strong economy because it’s part of France, so they use Euros and they do not depend only on tourism to be successful. Thanks to that the island is also very safe, and you won’t find many vendors or homeless people on the streets.

One last thing to keep in mind is that the government of Martinique asks all travelers to have a Martinique Attestation before arriving at the airport. You can apply for your Martinique Attestation with us as long as you have the COVID-19 PCR Test certification first. Remember that this is necessary to preserve your health, so consider that before planning your travel.