Foreign travelers entering Hawaii directly from another country are subject to the same entry requirements as for the United States in general. When leaving Hawaii on a domestic flight, you only need to show approved picture ID, which for foreign visitors would typically be a passport.
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BUS: TheBus (Oahu) • Hele-On (Hilo, Kona, Waimea and around the big island of Hawai’i) • Kaua’i Bus (Kauai) • Maui Bus (Kahului, Wailuku, Lahaina, and other places in western Maui)
AIRPORT: The flight from Los Angeles or San Francisco takes about 5 hours. Most flights from the mainland U.S. and almost all international flights land in Honolulu on the island of Oahu. From here, passengers destined for a neighbor island will connect to an interisland flight.
+ Hawaiian Airlines, Mokulele Airlines, and Southwest Airlines, provide set scheduled flights between the islands.
FERRY: There are a few trans-Pacific cruises to Hawaii that leave from ports on the West Coast. On an 18-day, 5,000 miles (8,000 km) round-trip cruise between Hawaii and the West Coast, about 12 of those days will be at sea, with nothing on the horizon and nothing to do except what is on the ship.
In general ferry services between the islands are few and far between and many are not a practical means of transportation. Charter boats sail and motor between some islands, especially the Maui-Molokai-Lanai area.
CAR: Please note: Rental cars are in high demand, so please plan ahead to secure a reservation. More information about vehicle rental and ground transportation options can be found here.