Hawaii Travel Update

If you’re planning to visit Hawaii, here’s all the information you need and all the details on what to expect.



Even though Hawaii has been urging visitors to not travel till the end of October, as visiting islands right now will not be a typical kind of holiday for the visitors because of the rising levels of Covid cases around the world, it still has eased some restrictions for tourists.



Who is allowed to go?

Hawaii is following CDC guidelines so those who have been in China, United Kingdom, Brazil, Ireland, India, Iran, the European Schengen Area, and South Africa in the past 14 days will not be allowed to enter. Travelers from all other countries have to go through the 10-day quarantine process.

Meanwhile, travelers from the US, Japan, Canada, Taiwan, and Tahiti who are unvaccinated can visit Hawaii after the mandatory 10-day quarantines and follow strict testing rules.



What is needed?

All visitors must complete the safe travels Hawaii form, click here to find more. Health screening will be done on arrival. Visitors should also submit their CDC-issued vaccination card on the Safe Travel Program website by clicking here. People who are not vaccinated need to show their covid negative test taken 72 hours or less before their trip.



What should the travelers expect?

Most of the premises in Hawaii like restaurants, bars, gyms, etc require the visitors to be vaccinated or provide a negative PCR test taken 48 hours before entry. All social gatherings that have a maximum of 10 people will be held outside. The new mandate program “Safe Access Oahu” will start on 13th September 2021. Bars and restaurants will only accommodate 50% capacity.