Hawaii has reopened tourism and welcomes visitors who agree to participate in the State of Hawai’i Safe Travels Hawai’i Program, designed as a multilayered approach to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. By getting up-to-date information on this program and following the required steps, you avoid a mandatory 10-day quarantine and will assure yourself and your travel companions a wonderful time during your Maui getaway. Here is an overview of the Safe Travels program.
You and every person age 18 and up traveling with you must go to the State of Hawaii website https://travel.hawaii.gov
There, each of you will:
- Create a unique Traveler Account
- Add all required information about the trip (minor companions, flight numbers, accommodations, etc.). A minor child only needs to be added to one of the traveling parents or guardians.
- Take a required COVID-19 test from an approved list of Lab partners 72 hours or less before your last flight to Hawaii.
- Answer a Health Questionnaire 24 hours before the flight
- Upload NEGATIVE test results, scan a photo ID and recent photograph BEFORE boarding your last flight to Hawaii.
- Download the AlohaSafe Alert App from your mobile device’s App store.
Once in Hawaii
- You must wear a face covering at all times, when in public.
- You must adhere to social distancing (6 feet or more).
- You must avoid gathering in large groups.
- You must practice exceptional hand hygiene.
- The County of Maui strongly encourage you to get a voluntary test, free of charge, You can PRE-REGISTER here
- Authorized Lab Travel Partners
- Airlines and Airport Protocols, Quarantine Guidelines, Inter-Island Travel Restrictions
- What you should know while in Hawai’i
- Traveling to Hawaii FAQ’s
- CDC Requirement for Proof of COVID-19 Test Result for international travelers
- County of Maui COVID-19 Information
- Test, Isolation & Quarantine Information
The information we provide in this document is to assist our guests with the latest health guidelines for traveling to Hawaii during the COVID-19 pandemic. We do not intend it to be the primary source of information. We recommend visiting the State of Hawaii and CDC websites, for the latest travel related updates.