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?
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.
Health Info for Maui Travelers
Hawaii is one of the healthy State in the USA.
The Center for Dieses and Prevention(CDC) provides information and health recommendations for US residents traveling internationally.
If you live outside the United States and plan to travel to the USA , please check resources in your own country for travel health information.
There are no vaccination requirements for visitors to the United States. For information on US-based infectious disease outbreaks currently being reported by CDC, please see the CDC Current Outbreak List.
For general advice about your trip to the United States, see these additional resources:
US Department of State’s Travel.State.gov - including information on visas for foreign citizens traveling to the United States.
US Customs and Border Protection
Transportation Security Administration
Maui Safety Travel Advice
There is an increased global concern regarding safety when traveling. And although no one is immune to risks and threats in our current world, Maui continues to be one of the safest and peaceful places in the planet.
We recommend that regardless of where you travel, you should keep yourself informed about the latest alerts and stay aware of your surrounding areas. However, when you travel to the Maui paradise, you will find your main reason for concern will be whether or not you packed the right type of sun screen in your bag.
How to Book Responsible Tourism
For the last two decades our Maui tours have promoted a type of tourism that is conscious and aware about the protection of wildlife. We observe the Hawaiian concept of “malama ika aina,” or respecting the land. Ecotourism, as it is now known, focuses on inspiring visitors to “take only photographs, leave only footprints.” Hence, our company is dedicated to Responsible (Eco) Tourism in a way that it provides both, the exploration and the sustainability of the world we encounter on our tours.
We are faithful believers in that being Responsible we not only take care of the environment but also promote the economic growth of the local communities found in the places we visit. Better places to live in and to visit, with the emphasis firstly on improving the lives of local people, who in turn provide wonderful experiences for our tourists.
When you book with us, you do so with a company seeking to maintain the standards of Responsible Tourism policies of all our Maui vacation packages, Maui Tours, Maui Adventures and Maui Activities.