How to get to Hawaii and other US destinations via Hawaii travel restrictions

Travel restrictions have been imposed in many major cities across the US, and it is not uncommon for travelers to be denied entry to their countries due to travel restrictions.

This is why it is important to know when and how to travel in order to have the best chance of getting to destinations that are open to international travelers.

If you are travelling to Hawaii, the US Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the US Military Base Hawaii, you can access the following Hawaii travel regulations and restrictions at no cost:Hawaii travel restrictions in 2018:The United States Virgin IslandsTravel restrictions have gone into effect for the entire United States, and not just Hawaii.

If you are traveling to Hawaii or any US territory outside of Hawaii, these travel restrictions apply.

For more information on Hawaii travel, please visit this guide:Hawaiian Travel RestrictionsTravel RestrictionsIn 2018, the Hawaii Department of Transportation (DOT) issued the following travel restrictions:Travel restrictions in Hawaii have been in place since 2018.

For more information, please see this guide on Hawaii Travel Restriction:The US Virgin IslandTravel restrictions are in effect for US Virgin islands as well.

For information on how to get around US Virgin island restrictions, please click here:Hawian Travel RegulationsIn 2018:US Virgin IslandsTourists can visit Hawaii and Guam but are not allowed to visit the US military base Hawaii.US Virgin Island travel restrictions have changed over the years, so be sure to check with the Honolulu Department of Public Safety and the Hawaii Travel Department to determine if you can visit the island.

For further information on US Virginia travel, check out this guide.

For Hawaii travel to the US mainland, please refer to this guide