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Hawaii Reopens for Dive Travel

Hawaii Reopens for Divers for the first time in 2 years! طريقة لعب اونو

After two frustrating years enduring questionable “science” and outright hostility, I am thrilled to learn that Hawaii will once again be open to divers. I guess it has been for a while, if required testing and mask mandates don’t bother you. However, beginning on 3/26, that’s over.

I say, “dive travel,” but it’s more accurate to say Hawaii is opening to relatively normal tourism. موقع ربحك Ages ago, the Aloha State enacted what it calls the “Safe Travels Hawai’i” program. Under this “program” visitors were required to submit to a C19 test before being allowed to enter the state.

What made it an even bigger pain in the arse was that only certain “Hawaii Approved” testing centers qualified. That made it expensive and aggravating to go.

Finally, that’s over. As proof, here’s a link to the official tourism web page: https://www.hawaiitourismauthority.org/covid-19-updates/

I’m lucky that I get to travel to all sorts of exotic scuba diving destinations throughout the year. It’s part of my job. But, the last two years have been crushing to the diving industry. مواقع البث المباشر For me, it is more than disappointing, but for our agency clients, it has been a life and death struggle.

Hawaii is, and always will be one of my very favorite places to dive. I can’t wait to go back.

Now, we just need to geniuses in charge to drop the stupid re-entry testing requirement for US residents, and get rid of the air travel mask mandates. I have my fingers crossed for both.

Other good news just in!

Curacao just announced starting today, they’re dropping covid testing for travelers to the island. This is especially good news to me, since Curacao was the last dive destination I visited before covid gutted the global economy. I can’t wait to go back!

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