Hawaii Reopening to Visitors

Safe Travels to end March 26, 2022 for domestic travelers

Hawaii Reopening to Visitors

Hawaii Reopens to Tourism

Things to know about visiting a reopening Hawaii

Pre-Travel Testing Program now allows the bypass of quarantine

Last Updated: March 1, 2022, at 6:30 pm HST

'Safe Travels' program ends March 25th for domestic travelers 

According to Governor Ige, the state of Hawaii will drop the current 'Safe Travels' program for domestic travelers at midnight on March 25, 2022. The governor made the announcement on Tuesday - March 1st. Governor Ige continues to urge people to continue taking precautions, and a decision on the mask mandate will follow.

Under the new guidelines, the first-day travelers could visit the state without Safe Travels restrictions will be March 26th.

That now means beginning March 26, 2022, domestic travelers to Hawaii will no longer need to fill out online forms via Safe Travels, no longer have to worry about QR codes, no longer have to provide proof of vaccination, and ultimately, there won't be any additional requirements or restrictions to fly to Hawaii on a domestic flight.

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Editor's Note...

Hawaii's re-opening has honestly been an evolving process with numerous changes and ongoing updates. We recognize that this, unfortunately, causes confusion to potential travelers, and we are continuing to monitor this situation closely. We will provide additional updates here regularly, from official sources, on this page as additional information becomes available to us. We also encourage our readers to sign up for our 'Hawaii Travel Update' emails to receive pertinent information on all of the recent developments regarding travel to Hawaii.

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Hawaii Reopening to Visitors

Hawaii Reopening to Visitors

Hawaii Cruise Status

Hawaii Cruiselines Status

Can I take a cruise around or to Hawaii?

For more information on Hawaii Cruises & Sailing, including what each cruise line in planning for Hawaii, view our Hawaii Cruiselines Status Updates →

Hawaii Attractions & Parks

Are state and national parks open?

Generally speaking, yes, most state and national parks are open at this time. For additional information, we've recently created a new article about Hawaii Attractions & Parks - What's Reopening?

Hawaii Hotels, B&B's, and Inns

What accommodations are open, closed, and re-opening Soon?

For more information on Hawaii Hotels, Resorts, B&B's, Inn's and other accommodations, including when each is planning to re-open for visitors, visit our section on Hawaii Hotels - What's Open, Closed, and Reopening Soon →

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Information Disclaimer: Details and information on this page, including dates, may change on a day-by-day basis. While we will be making every effort to keep these pages relevant and up to date, the decision to travel is ultimately your own responsibility. Please travel safely and keep an eye on our Hawaii Travel Requirements page for more information regarding COVID-19 and re-opening in Hawaii.

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