A pre-departure COVID-19 test is no longer required for travelers entering the U.S. UU. All travelers must provide their contact information within 72 hours of departure, and foreigners must sign a certificate that they are U.S. We collect your personal data in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including certain data related to COVID-19 and your health status during the pandemic.
The program played a key role in keeping Hawaiians safe before vaccines were widely available, and during the surges we've seen through of this pandemic, said John De Fries, president and CEO of the Hawaii Tourism Authority. For travel-related questions, call GoHawaii at 1-800-464-2924 Hawaiians call 2-1-1 for referrals to local services such as health resources, food banks and more. Citizens who qualify for a medical exception must contact Special Assistance at least 72 hours before departure to obtain approval. Thank you to all the travelers** who participated in the Safe Travels Hawai'i program over the past two years.
Take the Trip Assessment Opens another site in a new window that may not meet accessibility guidelines. This compensation may affect how and where products appear on this site (including, for example, the order in which they appear). Beginning March 26, domestic travelers to Hawaii will no longer be required to comply with the state's Safe Travels program, ending testing and vaccination requirements for those arriving in Hawaii from the United States. Travel and health restrictions by destination Opens another site in a new window that may not meet accessibility guidelines.
Hawaii will soon open its doors as close to normal as we have seen in the past two years, which means there may be no better time to plan your trip than right now. A law requiring all air travelers 2 years of age or older to undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen) within one day of departure to the U.S. If your new flight is cheaper, you will receive the fare difference in the form of a travel credit to use on future travel.