Breaking News March 01, 2022

BREAKING: Hawaiʻi’s Safe Travels program to end after March 25; assessment underway on indoor masking

Governor David Ige today announced an end to the state’s Safe Travels Hawaiʻi program for domestic travel when the state’s current emergency proclamation related to COVID-19 ends on March 25, 2022; but he left the door open to potentially extend the state’s indoor mask mandate. While travel will become easier, the governor said an assessment is still underway to determine how the state will move forward on indoor masking guidelines.

Revised Nov 15, 2021
Please keep in mind, while we offer this information, you are encouraged to check the Hawaii Safe Travels website for the most up-to-date and accurate information. This information is subject to change.

Hawaii continues with the state’s Safe Travels(link is external) pre-travel testing program, exceptions are in place for vaccinated travelers. We refer you to the Hawaii Safe Travels page for the most current policies. , for fully vaccinated passengers. 

International visitors, make sure to check your the guidelines for your home country and those of the United States.

Also starting June 15, inter-county travelers will no longer need to create a trip itinerary in Safe Travels, take a COVID-19 test, or quarantine, regardless of their vaccination status or where they were vaccinated.  Some restrictions apply(link is external).

For more information visit is external) and register with the State of Hawaii Safe Travels(link is external) online system. Only test results from Trusted Testing and Travel Partners(link is external) will be accepted. All incoming travelers are required to have their temperatures checked and complete a health questionnaire online before they can leave the airport.