Health Information for Travelers to Hawaii
The Center for Diseases and Prevention (CDC) provides information and health recommendations for US residents traveling internationally.
For those who reside outside the US and are planning on traveling to the USA, please check resources in your own country for travel health information.
There are no vaccination requirements for visitors to the United States. For information on US-based infectious disease outbreaks currently being reported by CDC, please see the CDC Current Outbreak List.
For general advice about your trip to the United States, see these additional resources:
US Department of State’s Travel.State.gov - including information on visas for foreign citizens traveling to the United States.
US Customs and Border Protection
Transportation Security Administration
Hawaii is the 50th state if the United States of America.
American citizens and legal residents can travel to Hawaii freely and do not require any visas or passport.
Visitors from other countries may require a US Visa and other documents to visit Hawaii.
To ensure you have the most memorable experience in Hawaii, please use the official website below to make sure you have all the required documents to enter the USA.
USA Visa requirements change from time to time and are dependent upon your nationality.
US Bureau of Consular Affair