COVID-19 Response and Reopening Guidelines by Destination
Find out when destinations in the Caribbean, Hawaii, Mexico, Continental U.S. and South Pacific will start welcoming visitors, and the measures in place to protect the well-being of residents and travelers.
Important Note: Several international countries and some U.S. States require proof of a negative COVID-19 virus test upon arrival at the traveler's expense. Testing time period requirements vary from within 72-hours to 10-days prior to arrival so check the destination for specific COVID-19 testing requirements and other information. Travel Declaration Forms may also be required and can be downloaded online.
Vaccine certificates and identity documents are required in many U.S. states and foreign countries for access to certain locations, including museums, theaters, churches, archaeological sites, restaurants, bars, and cafes, and for access to certain events, including concerts, sightseeing tours, and similar events. In some cases, children under certain ages (such as 12 years) who cannot be vaccinated must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test dated within a specified time frame. It is the customer’s responsibility to monitor and meet all vaccine certificate, identity document, negative COVID-19 test, and similar requirements. Refunds will not be issued for noncompliance.
U.S. Government Resources
Hawaii Travel Guidelines
No pre-travel testing, vaccination or quarantine required for domestic U.S. travelers visiting Hawaii.
More information on each island's Health & Safety protocols is available here. Testing requirements are subject to change.