Mélange Travel & Lifestyle Magazine January 2019 - Page 604
GETTING TO ST. MARTIN
The island of St. Martin has an international airport on the Dutch
side and a regional airport on the French side, Princess Juliana
FROM THE US
37 white, sandy beaches
Some facts about
Known as the
Culinary Capital of the Caribbean
The smallest island in the world divided
between two nations
There are no physical barriers between
French St. Martin and Dutch Sint Maarten
Home to 110 nationalities
Upon arrival at Princess Juliana International Airport (Dutch side) all
passengers must present a FULLY COMPLETED immigration form.
These forms are generally handed out in the plane before landing.
It is ESSENTIAL that you know the precise address of your
accommodation on St Martin before you arrive.
French citizens flying into Princess Juliana International Airport must
be in possession of a valid passport and a return ticket or continuing
ticket. French citizens flying into Grand-Case airport, on the French
side, may enter on a valid French identity card.
EU nationals arriving into Grand Case Airport must be in possession of
a valid passport, official French identity card or French residency card
(carte de séjour). Visas are not required.
US and Canadian Nationals
US and Canada nationals must be in possession of a valid passport
and a return ticket or continuing ticket. Naturalised citizens must
present an original naturalisation certificate with an identification
Travellers from other countries must present a valid passport and a
return ticket or a continuing ticket.
Click here for more information on getting to St. Martin.
Photo Credit: Derek Hatfield