Destination Reopening Guide - USA
Destination Reopening Guide
Destination Reopening Guide - Caribbean

COVID-19 Response and Traveler 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.

CDC Requirements for International Airline Passengers Arriving into the United States

The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requires all international airline passengers entering the U.S. from a foreign country on and after January 26, 2021 to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 infection from a licensed health care provider or public health official. All airline passengers, including U.S. Citizens, 2 years of age and older are required to get a viral test for current infection 3 calendar days preceding the flight departure from the foreign country.See Details

In response to new testing requirements, many of our travel partners are now offering COVID-19 testing on property or at the airport.

U.S. Government Resources


Hawaii Travel & Testing Guidelines

In order to avoid a mandatory 10-day quarantine, travelers to Oahu, Maui and Island of Hawaii must take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the final leg of their flight to Hawaii and provide proof of a negative test result prior to boarding. Travelers must complete the State of Hawaii's Safe Travels online travel and health questionnaire and upload proof or a negative COVID-19 test result within 24 hours of flight departure to Hawaii. The test must be an FDA-approved NAAT COVID-19 test taken at an approved testing facility. Children ages 4 years and under are not required to provide a pre-travel test when traveling with parents. Effective December 2, all incoming trans-pacific and inter-county travelers to Kauai will face a mandatory 10-day quarantine.

For travel between the other Hawaiian Islands, another COVID-19 test may be required within 72-hours of arrival to bypass quarantine on Maui, Hawaii Island and Molokai. Inter-island passengers arriving on Oahu are not required to quarantine.  More information on each island's testing requirements is available here. Testing requirements are subject to change. Gov. David Ige has extended the statewide mask mandate, which requires all persons in the State to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when in public.

Effective January 19, 2021, Maui requires all transpacific and inter-island arriving passengers to have uploaded the AlohaSafe COVID-19 exposure app or the Google-Apple exposure notification (GAEN) system to mobile phones prior to arrival. This rule is in addition to the Hawaii Safe Travels Program Requirements. More details and download links are available here.





South Pacific

Central & South America