Hawaii is open for travel! Below is a summary of the current regulations for Hawaii. Updated: July 9th, 2021
There is currently a 10-day mandatory quarantine for all in-bound visitors to the Hawaiian Islands, with an exemption available to those who can provide proof of being fully vaccinated in the United States. All vaccinated trans-Pacific travelers will need to upload proof of their vaccination to the state of Hawaii's Safe Travels website in addition to bringing a physical copy of their vaccination cards with them when they travel to the Hawaiian Islands.
For those who do not qualify for an existing vaccine exemption, there is a Pre-Travel Testing Program that will allow travelers ages five and up to bypass Hawaii's quarantine restrictions as long as they bring along proof of a negative COVID-19 test from a state-approved trusted testing partner. All travelers must have their negative test results within 72 hours prior to the final leg of departure. IMPORTANT: If test results are not available before boarding the final leg of the trip, the traveler must quarantine for 10 days or the length of the stay, whichever is shorter. Travelers will not be able to avoid the 10-day quarantine even if they receive a post-departure negative test.
All travelers entering Hawaii are also required to complete the online Safe Travels form in advance of their flight. Once their health information is entered within 24 hours of departure, travelers will receive a QR code via email. The QR code on their mobile device or printed on paper gets scanned by the airport screener upon arrival. A direct link to the program form can be found by visiting: https://travel.hawaii.gov
For more information and FAQs, please visit: https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/.
Travelers arriving from Japan, Canada, Korea, Taiwan and French Plynesia can bypass the mandatory 10-day quarantine with a pre-test 72 hours prior to departure. . Travelers arriving from any other countries will be subject to the 10-day quarantine.
There are no restrictions flying between islands within Hawaii.
Should a visitor be subject to Hawaii’s 10-day quarantine, please understand that the following Castle properties are unable to accept quarantine guests: Hali’i Kai, Kona Reef, Kanaloa at Kona, Paki Maui, Kamaole Sands, Kauai Kailani, Kaha Lani, Poipu Shores.