Kahana Falls will re-open to owners and guests on December 1, 2020. Please note that some resort and island amenities may be closed or limited due to county and state regulations.
All individuals, both residents and visitors, arriving from out-of-state to Hawaii are still subject to a mandatory 10-day self-quarantine.
The Pre-Travel Testing Program began on October 15. Effective November 24, 2020 travelers wishing to bypass the 10-day mandatory quarantine must have their COVID-19 test results – from a trusted testing partner – prior to departure for the State of Hawaii.
If test results are not available before boarding the final leg of the trip, the traveler must quarantine for 10 days or the length of the stay, whichever is shorter.
Effective January 19, 2021 all travelers into Maui County, whether interisland or transpacific, who wish to avoid quarantine by pre-testing within the State’s Safe Travels Program, are required to additionally download either the AlohaSafe Alert application or another Google-Apple Exposure Notification System application, or enable their exposure notification setting on their mobile device. Failure to register with an exposure notification system prior to arrival into Maui County shall result in mandatory quarantine.
As set forth in Exhibit B of the 13th emergency proclamation, a “state approved COVID-19 test” means a test to determine the presence of active COVID-19 infection that has been approved for use under these rules by the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH). Currently approved is the processing by laboratories that are licensed or certified by Clinical Laboratories Improvement Amendments (CLIA) of specimens for nucleic acid amplification testing approved or authorized by the United States Food and Drug Administration, pursuant to an Emergency Use Authorization or other authorization for COVID-19 testing. United Airlines and Alaska Airlines are both offering pre-travel testing. Please check with each airline for additional details.
Gov. Ige also announced that beginning in mid-December, travelers flying from Canada to Hawaii may bypass the state’s mandatory 10-day quarantine if they take a COVID-19 test from labs identified by Air Canada and WestJet. The test must be taken within 72 hours of travel to the State of Hawaii, and a negative test result must be received prior to departure. Travelers without proof of a negative test result prior to boarding their flight to Hawaii will be required to self-quarantine for 10-days or the length of stay, whichever is shorter. Travelers will not be able to avoid the 10-day quarantine even if they receive a post-departure negative test. Persons entering the state and wishing to take advantage of the state’s pre-travel testing negative test exception must ensure that the test result is on a DOH approved form.
Air Canada and WestJet will be identifying testing entities in Canada, with the Hawaii State Department of Health’s approval, for purposes of the pre-testing program. Canadian residents should look to these Canadian-based carriers for the testing options in their country:
Air Canada: https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/home.html#/
Travelers also will have their temperatures checked upon arrival and must fill out a travel and health form.
For the most up to date information please visit Traveling To Hawaii or hawaiicovid.19.com.
Both owners and guests are strongly encouraged to participate in the pre-travel testing program.
Our Commitment to Cleanliness
The daily health and safety measures in place at the property are designed to address a broad spectrum of issues, including COVID-19. Those health and safety measures extend from handwashing hygiene and cleaning product specifications to guestroom and common-area cleaning procedures.
However, in response to the spread of COVID-19, our staff have increased the cleaning protocols for high-frequency guest touchpoints and public areas. In addition, certain services and amenities may be temporarily limited, suspended or closed.
Our associates have been directed to follow the WHO and CDC recommendations for everyday preventative actions to help prevent the spread of diseases, and we encourage all guests to do the same.
Please see our Resort Safety Plan here