(Last updated July 1st, 2020)

As COVID-19 spreads across the globe, we are doing our very best in Hawaii to mitigate the effects of the Coronavirus. The islands of Hawaii are a natural paradise, and its smaller size, as well as its isolation from other countries and states, makes it both easier and harder to control the spread of this virus.

To make sure that both Hawaii residents and guests to the area have the most up to date information, we have created a “one-stop” data base where we hope all of your questions can be answered.

Current confirmed COVID-19 cases in Hawaii: Updated case counts available here.

Status of Tours and Activities in Hawaii

Due to social distancing initiatives, as well as curfews and quarantines, the majority of the Hawaii’s activities have been closed since mid-March, but have begun to slowly start the process of reopening with social distancing measures in place. If you have any questions about the status of any of the tours and activities listed on HawaiiActivities.com, and would like immediate assistance, you can reach us at 808-690-9990 from 8:00AM to 5:00PM HST Monday through Friday, or at anytime via email at support@veltra.com

Flight & Arrival Information for Hawaii

While flights arriving into Hawaii are limited, a few airlines are still flying from various mainland destinations into the State of Hawaii.

The following airlines have flights into Hawaii:

  • Air New Zealand
  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • Delta
  • Fiji Airways
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Korean Air
  • Southwest Airlines
  • United Airlines

Important Info! As a reminder, there is still a mandatory 14-day quarantine in place for anyone arriving into Hawaii, but starting on August 1st, 2020, travelers who test negative for COVID-19 no more than 72 hours prior to their trip will be exempt from this quarantine. More info can be found here.

Interisland quarantine measures have been lifted as of June 16th (source)

For more details regarding interisland travel, check out our latest blog post here.

Current regulations in place

  • Boating and watersport restrictions have been relaxed statewide (source)
  • Beach wedding permits are being issued as of June 4th (source)
  • Anyone entering the state will need to register in an online database to better track those in quarantine (source)
  • State’s emergency order requires everyone to wear face masks at all businesses (source)
  • Hawai’i has been ranked the strictest state for COVID-19 rules (source)
  • Members of the U.S. military arriving in Hawai’i will not be subjected to the state’s quarantine rule, but service members will follow a separate order restricting their movements. (source)

OAHU COUNTY: (source)

List of Business & Services Open on Oahu: Updated list can be found here.

  • Number of permissible activities expanded (source)
  • CVS to offer self-swab tests at two Long’s Drugs drive-thru windows starting May 29 (source)
  • Low-risk businesses such as car automated washes and golf courses have been open since early May. Most retailers and malls are now back open with changes. (source)
  • As of May 29, the following businesses are open: Barbers, hairdressers, Nail technicians, Tattoo artists, and other beauty operators. Water Parks such as Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii. (source)
  • Movie theaters, fitness centers, bars and other venues on Oahu will reopen on June 19th, as long as social distancing is enforced. (source)
  • Dine-in at restaurants has been resumed as of June 5th (source)
  • DMVs are also open and taking customers on an appointment-only basis. (source)
  • National Guard assisting in taking temperatures of arriving and departing passengers at the Honolulu Airport (source)

KAUAI COUNTY: (source)

  • With a consistently low case count, most services and public spaces have been reopened since May 22 including, Public and private pools, Places of worship, Outdoor tour activities, Salons and barbershops, Retail shops and malls, All cleaning and construction work, and One-on-one personal services (fitness, tutoring, music lessons) (source)

MAUI COUNTY: (source)

  • Maui mayor considers schedule for reopening bars and organized sports (source)
  • Retail stores, shopping malls and salons allowed to reopen (source)
  • Clubhouses, Dog parks, Playgrounds and skate parks, All county parks and beach parks (individual park re-opening dates are subject to change) and Select county pools have reopened as of June 1st (source)
  • Troops will continue to man the checkpoint along the Hāna Highway, which was put in place to restrict traffic to residential motorists only in an effort to protect one of Maui’s rural communities from infection. (source)

BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII COUNTY: (source)

  • National Guard assisting in taking temperatures of arriving and departing passengers at the Hilo Airport (source)
  • As of June 1st, places of worship, Personal services (Salons, barber shops, beauty operators) and Restaurants (including food courts, but excluding bars, nightclubs) have reopened (source)

Regulations currently planned, but not officially implemented

  • One new rule bans most travelers from renting cars, but state senators also want to start withholding room keys, and they’ve asked the state Attorney General’s Office to start issuing immediate fines to those who break quarantine (source)

Information and Resources

Up to Date List of Closures & Alerts