With the US border set to reopen to travellers next week, there’s no doubt that some of its winter destinations are going to be getting some international love. Luckily, the state of Hawai’i released new guidance for people looking to take a little getaway over the winter. Here’s what to know.

If you’re flying directly to Hawai’i, you’ll need two things to gain entry. First up, you must have verified vaccination records on hand showing full vaccination. Second, you’ll need to show a negative COVID-19 test (NAAT or antigen) within three days of your flight there.

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Luckily, once those requirements are met, travellers will not be subjected to quarantine measures before they’re able to enjoy their stay. So, you’ll be able to hang out on the beach all day long from the moment that you land. Not so bad, if we say so ourselves!

For more information on travel to Hawai’i this winter, including information for those taking a non-direct flight, you can check out the press release right here.