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This resource page is being provided for the members of the Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau. Please contact the Director of Membership, Karen Wataru Nakaoka at with any questions.


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What's Open for Business

Operating status of hotels, activities, and dining

Accommodations/Activities & Attractions - The businesses listed have reported they are OPEN. This list includes only hotels/resorts/condos. 

Dining - These establishments have reported having a segment of their business open (e.g. dine-in, carry-out, patio dining, delivery). Please contact each business directly for details on their dining options. ​


Tools for Use with your Guests and Customers

Links to videos that educate visitors on destination safety protocols and the important role visitors play in our community

  • Hawaii Travel Tips: Culture
    You don't just bring home memories, but the spirit of Hawaii itself. It is important to change your mindset while visiting the Hawaiian Islands. Think about it from a Hawaiian perspective, and come with an open mind and an open heart.

  • Hawaii Travel Tips: Land Safety
    Local land safety experts and nature conservationists share their tips on weather preparedness, land access, and trail protocol so that you stay safe and mindful while minimizing your impact on the trails.

  • Hawaii Travel Tips: Ocean Safety
    Water safety experts encourage you to always visit beaches with a lifeguard, check on conditions ahead of time, and look out for common ocean hazards such as rip currents, rocks, and shore breaks.

  • Hawaii Travel Tips: Ocean Conservation
    The ocean is a source of adventure and food, and home to countless marine animals, such as monk seals and more. A few tips to keep these creatures safe.

  • Kauai Travel Tips: Travel Pono
    The ocean is a source of adventure and food, and home to countless marine animals, such as monk seals and more. A few tips to keep these creatures safe.

  • Kauai Travel Tips: Culture
    Hula has always been at the heart of Hawaiian culture, connecting them with Kauai’s cultural traditions and stories.

  • Kauai Travel Tips: Land Safety
    Going the distance on trails is better when you’re prepared for what’s to come. Be mindful of hiking conditions to ensure your safety as well as preserve the natural environment.

  • Kauai Travel Tips: Ocean Safety
    Kauai is known for its beautiful beaches. What’s not as well-known are all the ways to stay safe in the water. 

  • Oahu Travel Tips: Culture
    Oahu visitors don’t just bring home memories, but the spirit of Hawaii.

  • Oahu Travel Tips: Land and Conservation
    Be mindful of your surroundings. A few hiking tips that will make your next adventure amazing for you and the environment. 

  • Oahu Travel Tips: Ocean Safety
    Enjoy the island’s many beautiful beaches while also keeping safety top of mind.

  • Molokai Travel Tips: Travel Pono
    Experience a deeper connection when you visit Molokai by coming with humility, an open mind and a readiness to embrace the aloha spirit.

  • Maui Travel Tips: Culture
    Hawaii leaves a lasting impression on those who visit. Show your respect for Maui’s breathtaking natural beauty by taking only pictures and leaving only footprints.

  • Maui Travel Tips: Ocean Conservation
    We encourage visitors to enjoy the water but to be mindful of their impact on marine life so we can keep this special place beautiful and thriving.

  • Maui Travel Tips: Ocean Safety
    Always swim when a lifeguard is on duty and be aware of conditions before going in the water. Check the water conditions ahead of time, and always be on the lookout for big waves, strong winds, and currents.

  • Maui Travel Tips: Astute Renting
    With so many beautiful rental options on the island, many properties often seem too good to be true. Vet rentals and avoid any potential scams. Just a few minutes of research can save you your entire deposit and make for a much better vacation experience.

  • Island of Hawaii Travel Tips: Culture
    Visit the island of Hawaii with open arms and an open heart.

  • Island of Hawaii Travel Tips: Travel Pono
    All are welcome on the island of Hawaii – especially when traveling pono (in a way that is positive). Leave the land as beautiful as we found it.

  • Island of Hawaii Travel Tips: Ocean Safety
    There are countless ways to enjoy the beaches on the island of Hawaii – and just as many ways to stay safe. A few tips on how to navigate various beaches and changing water conditions while visiting the island.

  • Island of Hawaii Travel Tips: Land Safety
    There is so much land to explore on the island of Hawaii. But before you go hiking, stay safe on and off the trails.


COVID-19 Resources


Links to the latest safety travel information


Accommodations Safety protocols


MCI Guidelines to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19


Official U.S. and State of Hawaii Information