Hawaii Entry Requirements

Hawaii Entry Requirements

Last updated June 21, 2022
Below are the entry requirements for Hawaii. Please note these are fluid and can change with little notice.Please see above and note the “last updated” date. You will also find a link(s) at the bottom of the page with the most up-to-date information which we encourage you to review the week prior to travel. The following information applies to those with a Canadian passport and who are fully vaccinated. If this does not apply to you, please contact your Travel Advisor.

Most travellers from Canada with proof of full COVID-19 vaccination can enter Hawaii, but there are restrictions.  


Travel is allowed with restrictions for vaccinated travelers
Fully vaccinated travelers are allowed to enter the United States. Please check the documentation, quarantine, and/or testing requirements before traveling.
Last updated June 17, 2022

No quarantine required for vaccinated travelers
Fully vaccinated travelers are not required to quarantine on arrival in the United States.
Last updated June 17, 2022
No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results or recovery certificate

Travelers are not required to present proof of negative COVID-19 results or recovery certificates before traveling to the United States.

The CDC still recommends travelers get tested for current infection with a COVID-19 viral test maximum of 3 days before departure and not travel if they are sick.

Updated on June 17, 2022


No Visa Required
To visit the United States for Business or Tourism, you do not require a visa. Visit the government website for details.
Last updated May 1, 2021


Mandatory proof of vaccination for the United States
Travelers are considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 if 2 weeks have passed since their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine. Travelers are required to be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, receive all doses in the primary vaccination schedule, and all recommended boosters when eligible. The US government currently accepts vaccines approved or authorized for emergency use by the U.S. FDA and the WHO. Vaccines accepted are Pfizer-BioNTech (e.g., COMIRNATY/Tozinameran), AstraZeneca-Oxford (e.g., Covishield, Vaxzevria), Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), Moderna, Sinopharm BIBP, Covaxin, Sinovac-CoronaVac, Convidecia (CanSinoBIO) and Novavax/Covovax. Any combination of 2 doses of an FDA approved/authorized or WHO emergency use listed COVID-19 2-dose series is accepted. The second dose in a 2-dose heterologous series must have been received no earlier than 17 days (21 days with a 4-day grace period) after the first dose. For more information about accepted proof of vaccination, please check the source. Travelers unable to present a valid certificate may be required to comply with rules for unvaccinated travelers.
This requirement does not apply to:
-Travelers under the age of 18;
-United States citizens, nationals, and permanent residents.
Last updated June 17, 2022

Mandatory travel attestation form
Travelers aged 2 years and older are required to complete a travel attestation form before arrival. This form will be provided by the airline. Airlines may allow travelers to complete their attestation electronically during check-in or via partner apps such as VeriFLY. In this case, it is not necessary to print the form, but travelers may do so as a precaution.  Download PDF here.
Last updated June 20, 2022

Masks may be required
Travelers are not required to wear masks on domestic flights and at U.S. airports. Some airlines may require masks on international flights. Please note masks may still be required based on local ordinances, or when traveling to/from certain international locations based on country requirements.
Last updated June 20, 2022

For more details visit:
Hawaii Tourism Authority 
Go Hawaii
Hawaii Guide
• the CDC


Please see below for returning to Canada from Hawaii