COVID-19 Guidelines Have Changed at Disney’s Aulani Resort

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Aloha! For those looking to travel to Hawaii and Disney’s Aulani Resort, Disney has just shared updated information about the State of Hawaii’s COVID-19 travel protocols that you need to know!

What Has Changed:

Beginning on March 26, 2022, domestic guests traveling to the Aloha State will no longer have to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a pre-travel negative test upon arrival to avoid the previously required quarantine.

Also, the City & County of Honolulu’s Safe Access O’ahu has now expired. This means guests don’t have to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to dine on property.

What Hasn’t Changed:

For now, international travelers are required to continue following the current requirements set in place by the federal government.

Also, the State of Hawaii still requires face coverings at all indoor locations, including at Disney’s Aulani Resort where face masks are required for guests ages 2 years old and up. This indoor mask mandate also applies to the resort’s spa.

The only exception is when guests are actively eating or drinking and while stationary and socially distanced. However, face coverings are optional in outdoor common areas.

Have you’ve been dreaming of an Aulani vacation? We can help! Quotes are free and no obligation, and we can assist you in staying on top of any additional changes in requirements between now and your trip. Check out today!

Are you looking to book that Hawaiian vacation this year? Have you ever been to Disney’s Aulani? Let us know in the comments!

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Savannah Sanders

Savannah has been visiting Disney World since she was a year old and has gone back almost every year since. In the real world, she teaches high school history and government and enjoys writing about all things Disney. Savannah can be reached on Twitter @DisneyParkSavvy.