The world is opening up to vacationers again, and we’re all so excited! Hawaii has always been a traveler’s paradise. If you’ve never been there before, we highly recommend you make it your next vacation destination.
With strict adherence to the state’s safety measures, visitors are now welcomed back into the Hawaii islands once again. Families will, of course, be required to prepare and meet all the required safety protocols put in place.
· Safety Requirements for Visitors
All travelers who wish to be excluded from the quarantine process must present a negative COVID-19 test result. This result must be obtained from a trusted test partner before the final leg of their Hawaiian trip.
These tests must be provided 72 hrs upon arrival by either uploading to the appropriate platform or provided in hard copy to be used during boarding clearance.
The state only accepts Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) from these partners. In addition, visitors who are five years and above must provide a negative COVID-19 test result.
It is important to note that evidence of vaccination will not excuse guests from being quarantined if a negative COVID-19 test result is not provided. Visitors who do not provide a COVID-19 negative test result will be subjected to a 10-days self-quarantine.
· General Safety Measures Throughout the State
Registration with the state of Hawaii’s safe travel program must be carried out. Children traveling with registered adults are expected to be mentioned in the forms.
Endeavor to log in every leg of your travel schedule to avoid unnecessary waste of time during screening. A QR code for every leg of your journey will be mailed to you to present to airport personnel.
Guests will undergo a screening process involving temperature checks at the airport. In addition, they will show the QR code they received when booking accommodations or renting cars.
It is advised to check what is open in a county before booking a trip and what their COVID-19 protocol is, as each county is unique in its safety requirement.
· Places Open to Tourist
Places like the Pearl Habor Memorial, Aviation Museum, Bishop Museum, and Polynesian cultural center are open to visitors on Oahu.
If you visit Maui, places like the Kaanapali beach resort are open but with a modified luau and dinner options. There are also socially distanced seating arrangements of the drums of the pacific luau.
Most national parks and open space hiking trails are open on Hawaii island. Also, Big Island Candies has opened its doors to tourists once again.
Beaches and parks statewide are all open but with strict safety measures, including face covers and physical distancing.
To know more about the beautiful island of Hawaii and how to navigate it at this time, contact us. We will also help you to plan and execute a great trip.
At Unlimited Trips, a full-service travel agency from Akron, Ohio, we settle for nothing but the best! A simple phone call with our travel experts will confirm this. Call us now at (330) 940-4321