*UPDATE – HAWAII has POSTPONED reopening to September 1 for out-of-state visitors, and is waiting another month to waive the 14-day quarantine requirement*
There are some things to know about visiting a reopened Hawaii. Here is an article with some pointers for you if Hawaii is on the agenda later this summer.**
The Points Guy ~ ” When 2020 started, there were likely very few people who expected that the year would bring with it so many restrictions on international travel — and even restrictions on travel between different states. It’s fair to say that 2020 has been … full of some very challenging curveballs.
There’s no crystal ball to display where we are heading next, but it feels like a safe bet that international travel restrictions and limitations for U.S. residents due to COVID-19 aren’t going away anytime soon. Given that likely outcome, and the reality that Hawaii is a popular, spectacular domestic travel destination in any month of any year, there’s much anticipation surrounding Hawaii’s announcement to allow tourists to skip an otherwise mandatory 14-day quarantine by arriving with a negative coronavirus test result in hand.
Beginning Aug. 1, it will be possible to enter Hawaii and, with the required negative COVID-19 test, immediately begin to enjoy all that the islands have to offer. While there are still some unknowns, here are five things we know about how to enter Hawaii beginning Aug.1.” ~ The Points Guy
Click the link below for more details. Please note the situation is ever evolving.
** Please note: Due to the impact of COVID 19 on travel, we encourage people to always plan trips in accordance with the guidance provided by government and health officials.