In this post, I’m sharing Covid-19 Travel tips. I had the luxury of traveling to Hawaii for my birthdaycation. I didn’t get a chance to renew my passport so my birthday options were limited and not to mention we’re in the middle of a pandemic. Hawaii was taking extra precautions for those visiting and they recently opened up to tourists in October for COVID-19 Travel. But there were some COVID-19 travel hurdles I had to climb before I was able to visit.
COVID-19 Travel Checklist
- Enroll in Safe Travels
- Take a Covid-19 test at a trusted partner within 72 hours of departure
- Complete a health questionnaire 24 hours prior to my flight.
- Upload negative test results to Safe Travels before departure. Invalid/ missing tests will result in a 10-day quarantine.
- Obtain a QR code that will be scanned by a screener at the airport.
Park Shore Hotel Waikiki directly across from Waikiki Beach and Kapiolani Park. The location, price, and the view were the reasons I chose this location. 4 days and 5 nights for $1,000.00 which includes a 210 square feet king-sized bed partial pacific ocean view room with a balcony. Some of the amenities include the following:
- GoPro® Usage – Hero 7, With Select Accessories
- In-Room Hawaiian Blend Coffee
- Sunscreen & After-Sun Lotion, Located Poolside
- 3rd Floor Pool & Deck (In accordance with government mandates, the pool is temporarily closed)
- Use Of Beach & Pool Towels
- Use Of Beach Chairs, Beach Mats, Beach Candy,
- Fitness Center located 3rd Floor(6A-10P)
- Luggage Storage For Early Arrivals/Late Departure
Happy Hour Rooftop dining at Shorefrye in the International Market
Birthday Brunch with a Beachfront view at Duke’s Waikiki
Christmas Breakfast at Mac 24/7
Lunch at Blue Water Shrimp and Seafood
Birthday Dinner at Tommy Bahama
Due to the social distancing limitations imposed for the pandemic, a majority of attractions were closed but we still managed to make the best of it.
$5.00 Entrance Fee
$35.00 Per Person
1-hour Open Bar Cruise with Great Views of Waikiki
This was my second visit to Hawaii and I’m beyond grateful that I was able to rest and relax. I’m hoping that in the near future I will be able to go back to Hawaii and visit Maui. I hope this COVID- 19 travel post was helpful for anyone who is considering traveling in the near future.