Travel Visa & Insurance

Travel Visa


American Citizens and legal residents do not require a visa to enter Maui, since Hawaii is the 50th state of the United States of America.


For International Travelers visiting Maui, if you’re first port of entry to the US is the state of Hawaii you might require a visa depending on your country of origin. Please check with the American Consulate in your country to obtain the most current information for visitors into the US.


If you are traveling to Hawaii from the Continental United States you are not required to go through customs since you have already done so at your main point of entry.


Travel Insurance

Maui is one of the safest destinations you can travel to.  It is recommended to all visitors to Hawaii to acquire travel insurance to cover you from unexpected circumstances.  You might want to check with your homeowner’s insurance policy or preferred insurance agent for information on your coverage as you travel to Maui.


Things to Check

  • Does it cover medical expenses while traveling abroad?
  • Does it cover rental car damages, accidental collision or theft?

Maui Vacation Travel Guide

Hawaii is a volcanic archipelago consisting of six main islands, Maui, Kauai, Oahu, Hawaii Big Island, Lanai and Molokai. Each island of Hawaii is very unique to itself. Come discover the most enchanting of Hawaii’s islands – Maui! Travel to Maui and enjoy beautiful white sand beaches, exuberant rainforests, waterfalls, breathtaking mountains set as the backdrop of the most amazing sunrises and sunsets in the world. In Maui, you’ll find yoursel...

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