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Traveling to Hawaii:
Q: Do I need a passport/visa to go to Hawaii?
A: US citizens don’t need a passport to go to Hawaii because we are the 50th state of the United States. International visitors can find the current entry requirements for the United States here.
Q: What is the weather like on Hawaii?
A: We like to say that Hawai’i has two seasons: good and better! Your day will most likely be sunny with possible afternoon clouds, and you may experience an occasional shower especially if you are on the eastern (leeward) side of the island. Our longer answer includes information about hurricane season, the rainy vs. the sunny season, and more.
Q: How much should I tip in Hawaii?
A: We have the same standards for tipping as the continental United States. For international visitors the following list can serve as a guideline:
- Restaurants: 15-20% (but check to see if “gratuity” is included for large parties).
- Bar: $0.50 to $1 US per drink
- Housekeeping: $1 US per bed, per night
- Taxi: 15% of fare
Q: What is the electrical voltage in Hawaii?
A: The same as in the continental United States: 115/120 volts at 60 Hz.
Big Island specific FAQ
Q: Do I need a car to get around the Big Island?
A: We strongly advice to rent a car to everyone visiting the Big Island for flexibility and ease because the island is BIG and public transport options are limited. See our local car rental tips and how to get around using public transport for more information.
Q: Can I use my cellphone on the Big Island?
A: Most major U.S. cellphone companies operate in Hawaii, but reception may not be good everywhere. For the Big Island, Verizon has the best coverage, followed by AT&T. Sprint isn’t that good here.
Q: Can I see lava in Hawaii?
A: Good question! See our lava viewing guide for the most up-to-date information on how and where to see lava on the Big Island.
Q: How can I see the volcano if there is no lava flowing?
A: The best opportunities to see the awesome forces of our volcanoes at work are (1) in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park; (2) by exploring one of our many lava tubes; and (3) by visiting our newest black sand beach: Pohoiki!