Safe Travels Hawaiʻi Program

Due to the continual updates of the Safe Travels Hawaiʻi Program, the information on this page has been revised. The AAS is providing information posted below as a courtesy but PLEASE take a moment to review the official Safe Travelʻs Hawaiʻi website in full. It is the responsibility of the traveler to ensure all guidelines are reviewed and followed.

Notice: At the end of the day, March 25, 2022, the Safe Travels Hawaiʻi program will conclude. Beginning March 26, 2022, there will be no COVID-related requirements for arriving domestic passengers. Travelers arriving in Hawai‘i directly from international airports must still comply with U.S. federal requirements; consult with your airline.

Please click the button below for full details on this program.

For your convenience, The State of Hawai‘i will also accept vaccine records that are digitally validated by Digital Health Pass Partners (AZOVACLEAR and CommonPass). Travelers who use one of the State’s partners to link their digitally validated vaccine records with Safe Travels may enjoy expedited processing at the airport (no secondary visual inspection of paper vaccine records).

Note: Uploading your proof of vaccination to a Digital Health Pass Partner is free, but is not required (frequent travelers who have already completed this task for recent trips will find this a convenient option). Travelers may choose instead to upload an image of the vaccination card directly to the Safe Travels Hawaii portal (see FAQʻs)


Getting to Hawaiʻi

Trusted Testing Partners

Safe Travels Hawaii Frequently Asked Questions