Booking And Traveling Inter-Island In Hawaii
COVID Guidelines For Travel To And In Hawaii
Starting September 13th, 2021 additional restrictions related to COVID-19 pandemic will be put into place on Oahu and Maui islands. You will be required to have a negative test coming into Hawaii or show proof of vaccination. Those requirements will be removed and the “Safe Travels” program will end when 70% of the population in Hawaii has received full vaccination.
There is greater restrictions happening on the islands for those who can not prove they are vaccinated or have a recent (within 48-hours) negative test. On the islands of Maui and Oahu, if you are unvaccinated and do not have a test, you will not be able to sit-down at restaurants or spend more than 15-minutes in any government or public building. To help you be safe and still do everything you want we encourage guests to use our expert vacation planners to help make their Hawaiian holiday the best it can be.
This is a great time to visit Hawaii if you are vaccinated. Fewer crowds, quick seating at restaurants and almost private tours and excursions. We encourage everyone in the USA who are vaccinated to come to Hawaii for their vacation.
For our unvaccinated guests; getting a test in Hawaii is easy right now, so you need only to book your appointment a week in advance to be safe. Some clinics are walk-in, while many others have same-day appointments.
Please review the pricing and list for a number of approved testing centers and their availability on each island. Most have appointments available within two weeks. Most of these places will return a test result to you within 12 hours but have a stated period of up to 2 days (if itʻs a weekend).