Hawaii travel restrictions related to COVID (updated 30 March 2023)
throughout the year
International air travellers (applicable if travelling to Hawaii directly from an international destination, which however also means a flight from an international destination including a transfer on the mainland U.S.) are allowed to enter the U.S. if fully vaccinated (single-dose vaccine or two doses of a two-dose vaccine) with any vaccine authorized for use by U.S. regulators or the World Health Organization. Possible exceptions include travellers under 18 years of age and people medically unable to receive the vaccine.
A pre-travel test is not required.
You can find more detailed information here.
If travelling to Hawaii from the mainland U.S., no travel restrictions apply.
There are no travel restrictions for inter-island flights in Hawaii.
You can find more information on travel requirements to (in) Hawaii here and more information on current situation (COVID-19 cases) here.
In everything else you can rely on our current itinerary. The itinerary provides tips on what to see and do in Hawaii so that you can easily plan your vacation in Hawaii and explore Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Island of Hawaii (Big Island) stress-free. It offers much more than a regular travel guide to make your vacation in Hawaii unique. If you want to visit just one Hawaiian island, check out our special edition Just An Island?.