Travel restrictions to Hawaii related to COVID (updated 24 June 2022)
throughout the year
International air travellers are allowed to enter the U.S. under the following conditions (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.):
- Must be fully vaccinated with any vaccine authorized for use by U.S. regulators or the World Health Organization if the last dose was at least two weeks earlier than the travel date. All travellers vaccinated with mixed vaccines would also be recognised as fully vaccinated. Possible exceptions include children under 18 years of age and people medically unable to receive the vaccine;
- Proof of vaccination should be a paper or digital record issued by an official source and should include the traveller’s name and date of birth or passport number, as well as the vaccine product and date(s) of administration for all doses the traveller received, which the airline is responsible to verify - e.g. United Kingdom National Health Service COVID Pass or European Union Digital COVID Certificate are recognized;
- Falsifying any information could result in criminal penalties and/or fines;
- From 12 June 2022 you no longer need proof of negative COVID-19 test taken within 1 day prior to departure.
If travelling to Hawaii from the mainland U.S., no travel restrictions apply.
There are no travel restrictions for inter-island flights in Hawaii.
In everything else you can rely on our current itinerary, because it contains links through which you can check whether an activity is available or a restaurant is open. The itinerary provides tips on what to see and do in Hawaii. It offers much more than a regular travel guide to make your vacation in Hawaii unique.