The information on this page covers the most common types of travel and reflects the UK government’s understanding of the rules currently in place. Unless otherwise stated, this information is for travellers using a full ‘British Citizen’ passport.
The authorities in the country or territory you’re travelling to are responsible for setting and enforcing the rules for entry. If you’re unclear about any aspect of the entry requirements, or you need further reassurance, you’ll need to contact the embassy, high commission or consulate of the country or territory you’re travelling to.
You should also consider checking with your transport provider or travel company to make sure your passport and other travel documents meet their requirements.
If you are an adult wishing to stay on Pitcairn for up to 14 days you do not require a visa prior to arrival. The immigration officer assesses applications for short-term visitors to Pitcairn upon arrival. If you wish to stay on Pitcairn for more than 14 days you must contact the immigration officer on PitcairnIslandimmigration@pitcairn.gov.pn before making any plans to travel. Without valid entry clearance, the immigration officer will not grant access to Pitcairn. Further details are available on the Pitcairn Island government website.
You must hold a valid passport to enter Pitcairn. Your passport must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. No additional period of validity beyond this is required.
Check whether you need a yellow fever certificate by visiting the National Travel Health Network and Centre’s TravelHealthPro website.
Travelling with children
Visitors wishing to travel to Pitcairn for more than 14 days with children under 16 years should contact the immigration officer on PitcairnIslandimmigration@pitcairn.gov.pn before making plans to travel. An entry clearance application will need to be completed for any child wishing to visit the island.
Owing to limited medical facilities on Pitcairn Island, the FCO doesn’t currently allow its staff based on Pitcairn to be accompanied by their children.