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


TRAVELERS VACCINATED IN THE UNITED STATES:  Starting July 8, 2021, travelers vaccinated in the US and who are fully vaccinated shall not be subject to quarantine. Traveler will need one of the following vaccination records as proof of vaccination: a CDC COVID-19 vaccination card, VAMS (Vaccine Administration Management System) printout, or DOD Form DD 2766C. Vaccine data must be entered on the traveler’s record on Hawaii Safe Travels digital platform at Traveler must bring the original proof of vaccine when them when they travel. More information can be found at

INTER-ISLAND TRAVELERS:  Persons traveling between islands do not need to create a trip itinerary on Hawaii Safe Travels, take a COVID-19 test, or quarantine, regardless of their vaccination status or where they were vaccinated.

ALL OTHER TRAVELERS:  A negative COVID-19 test is required in order to travel to Hawaii. The test must be taken within 72 hours before my flight to Hawaii departs and it must be performed by a Hawaii travel partner and be an FDA-Approved NAAT test from a CLIA certified laboratory. Travel partners are found at I must receive my negative test result before I board the final leg of my flight to Hawaii. If I don’t receive my negative test result before I board the final leg of my flight to Hawaii, I will need to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days or the length of my stay, whichever is shorter. Quarantine is not available in (Property.Name).


Face masks must be worn when inside stores, offices, buildings, etc. A mask is not needed while outdoors. 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


Click here to read about our deposit, payment, and cancellation policy as it relates to COVID-19.


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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