Maui is currently under a mandatory 10-day quarantine for visitors coming from outside Hawaii or from other Hawaii islands. Click here for further information


Travelers from the continental US, Canada, and Japan have the option of taking a COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours before their flight to Hawaii departs, and if the test is negative, the traveler will not need to quarantine. The test must be an FDA-Approved NAAT test from a CLIA certified laboratory. The traveler must receive their negative test result before boarding the final leg of their flight to Hawaii. If the test result is not available before boarding the final leg of their flight to Hawaii, the traveler will need to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days or the length of their stay, whichever is shorter. The rented vacation rental is not available for quarantine. The traveler will need to pay for the test. The State of Hawaii has contracted with many testing partners to provide a quick turnaround time, and they are hoping to add additional testing facilities to their list. Click here for additional information. Canadian travelers may go through Air Canada and Westjet for more information.

State officials are currently working on a system to allow vaccinated individuals to travel quarantine-free; however, that is not yet in place. 


Face masks must be worn in all public spaces, including on public or shared transportation and while relaxing at the beach or pool. A mask is not needed while outdoors when physical distance of 6 feet from other individuals (who are not members of the same household) can be maintained at all times. The fine for violation of the mask mandate or any of the State of Hawaii Covid-19 rules is a fine of up to $5,000, a maximum of one year in jail, or both. To read all about the mask mandate click here.


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Hawaii Safe Travels is a mandatory digital form that collects the traveler’s required health and travel information. Safe Travels is one part of a multi-layered screening process which includes arrival temperature checks, and secondary screening for those with symptoms or temperatures of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. The digital form can be found at

Travelers may submit their negative COVID-19 test results through the Hawaii Safe Travels website.

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