Our COVID-19 Pandemic Response

To Our Valued Guests,

SEPT. 2021 UPDATE

Starting September 13th, 2021, the City and County of Honolulu, (that comprises the entire island of Oahu) require our guests and us to have proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to enter most public buildings in which the visitor normally spends more than 15 minutes within. This would include restaurants, museums, theaters, indoor attractions, bars and gyms.

Acceptable proof of vaccination:

  • Hard copy of vaccination card
  • Photo of vaccination card
  • Safe Travels Hawaii application showing proof of vaccination

Exemptions:

  • Proof of negative FDA EUA approved COVID-19 test (weekly for employees, within 48 hours for patrons)
  • Children under 12 years of age
  • Individuals remaining 15 minutes or less

The Pearl Harbor Tours Ohana wants to ensure that your visit to Hawaii exceeds your expectations as we navigate these challenging times. To ensure this, we have made your health and safety a priority, installing new policies ensuring all company practices are performed cleanly and safely. For your ohana’s health, we have installed a rigorous protocol as provided by the Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

Rest assured, the steps we have taken will keep you and your family safe. Our enhanced cleaning processes have been extended to include hourly, daily, and per-use medical grade disinfection of all frequently touched surfaces, including doors, seating areas, countertops, floors, and handles. We have installed screens and barriers to limit contact further, and, where possible, we have upgraded to touchless features. We start and end our day with a company-wide thorough cleaning procedure.

We Are Safe Travels Accredited

View the requirements we have set as a tour operator to help keep you safe during the pandemic.

Safe Travels with STAH - Pearl Harbor Tours

Our crew practices safety-minded customer service, including appropriate social distancing and constant usage of PPE equipment. Following government guidelines, we have downsized our guest capacity to 10 guests or fewer, guaranteeing appropriate spacing between parties. Guests are also asked to wear a face-covering over their nose and mouth at all times, and hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes are available for use.

Welcome to the islands — we are thrilled to extend our safest aloha.