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All goods must be declared and all the corresponding customes duty must be paid at the customs office. www.douane.gouv.fr
Upon arrival in French Polynesia, you must declare all goods you are carrying with you and pay the relevant duties and taxes to the Customs Office. When arriving or leaving French Polynesia, certain goods are subject to specific regulations.
|Various items and supplies||Quantity|
|Pipe Tobacco||250 grammes|
|Still wines||2 liters|
|Beverages over 22 degree||2 liters|
|Beverages 22 degree less||2 liters|
|Eau de toilette||1/4 liters|
These tourist taxes are payable for Papeete, Faa'a, Punaauia, Moorea-Maiao, Bora Bora, Huahine, Rangiroa, Mataiva, Tikehau, Raiatea and Taha'a. Exempt from this tax are children under twelwe staying with their parent and business travellers with a business identity card, during stay that is exclusively for business purposes. The length of stay for this category of exemption is 3 days.
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