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Two important things to remember when visiting Hawaii is that the sun is very hard here and we recommend to always use sun protection. Biodegradable sunscreen is the best option. Drink bottled water for your safety and health.
According to the new security measures, all visitors to Hawaii and the USA must have a photograph and two fingerprints taken by an inkless scanner on arrival, including those traveling visa-free under the Visa Waiver Program. All the travelers arriving or departing by air between the USA and Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean, Bermuda, Central and South America are required to present an effective passport. From 1 January 2008, this will include all travel by land and sea as well. The passport and visa requirements are liable to change at short notice. Travelers are advised to check their entry requirements with their embassy or consulate.
Eligible Japanese citizens may travel to the United States for business or pleasure without a visa provided they have a valid passport, a return or onward ticket, and will stay for no more than 90 days. Tourists and business people who take advantage of this program may not extend their stay in the United States beyond 90 days and may not change their visa status.
Australians do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days under the Visa Waiver Program; a valid machine-readable passport and a return or onward ticket is required if traveling by air or sea.
Canadian nationals do not require a visa, only their valid passport. Guests should hold tickets and documents required for return or onward destination.
Irish nationals require valid passport. Irish passport holders qualify for the visa waiver program, but a machine-readable passport (MRP) must be presented to gain visa-free entry to the country, which allows a stay of up to 90 days. Guests must have return or onward tickets and all necessary documents for further travel.
From New Zealand
New Zealand natives require valid passport, but the visa is not required for stays of up to 90 days under the US Visa Waiver program. A machine-readable passport is necessary to qualify for the program. A return or onward ticket is required.
From the United Kingdom (UK)
UK passport holders require a valid passport for travel to the USA. Under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), most British citizens do not require a visa for holiday, business purposes or transit only providing their passports are machine-readable, the stay does not exceed 90 days and a return or onward ticket is held. Holders of other UK passports do require the visa.
US dollar is the currency at Hawaii. Only major banks exchange other foreign currency. The ATMs are widespread. Credit cards and travellers cheques are widely accepted. Travellers cheques should be taken in US dollar to avoid hassles. Banking hours are Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Electricity in Hawaii works the same as in all the US: a voltage of 110 AC. But bring with you an adaptor or converter that could be helpful.
Honolulu Airport - HNL
300 Rodgers Blvd.
Honolulu 96819 Hawaii
Qantas Airways, Air Pacific Airways, Philippine Airlines, Korean Airlines, Delta Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Air Canada Air New Zealand, Japan Airlines, Japan Air Charter, JTB Aloha Service, China Airlines, American Trans Air Rich International American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Continental Air Micronesia NorthWest Airlines, United Airlines
Aloha Airlines Hawaiian Airlines
There are more airports along the Hawaii territory, being the most important the following ones: ITO- Hilo, Hawaii, KOA- Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, LIH- Lihue, Kauai, OGG- Kahului, Maui
The islands of Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii have the main cruise and vessel docks with a sophisticated system of transportation between them with diverse schedules that cover the most of the day and some late schedules. Check with your hotel Concierge or Guest Services departments on routes and schedules.
Car - Bus
Highways along each Hawaiian island provide, by car or bus, a safe, efficient and accessible system. Driving in Hawaii is on the right. To rent a car you need your valid driver's license from your resident country and always have it with you.
Hawaii Convention & Visitors Bureau
For more information, contact the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau
2270 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 801
Honolulu, HI 96815
TEL: +1 (808) 923-1811 & 924-0266