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  1. ovenbird43

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    Also, word on the street is that there will soon be an interisland "passport" for vaccinated travelers, so interisland travel may soon become easier.
  2. ovenbird43

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    Yep, all interisland travel currently requires a negative covid test within the last 72 hours, and Kauai has the additional restriction that you must have been in the state of Hawaii for at least three days (I believe that rule is changing next month though). I timed my flights and initial covid...
  3. ovenbird43

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    Just back from my Hawaii trip. I'll write up a full report later, but in summary, the first half of the trip was successful and smooth, the second half one setback after another. I went to Hakalau with Hawaii Forest and Trail, though at the last minute I had to pay for two extra "seats" to...
  4. ovenbird43

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    Yep, planning on it.
  5. ovenbird43

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    Yep, I do ebird, and I will be doing it independently with the exception of hiring a guide to get into Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge (looking like March 9). Here is my rough itinerary: March 7: Arrive pm and fly to Big Island March 8-11: Big Island. First two days focused on the...
  6. ovenbird43

    Anyone else got a plan a and plan b trip?

    Planning on Hawaii in early March - after waffling for quite some time I finally purchased the plane tickets. Requirements are a negative COVID test within 3 days prior to arrival to avoid quarantine, and I decided it was worth the gamble and the hassle. Thinking this might be the sweet spot for...
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