Destination Updates

Last Updated:                      16-Sep-2020           10:00  EST

Travelers Responsibilities
Before traveling, Aggressor Adventures recommends each guest review the travel restrictions applied by each country, the specific airline regulations, and the entry requirements of the destination.

There are several ways to do this:

  • Use the passport, visa and health travel document requirements page from IATA.  This site matches the passport country with the destination country and provides a list of entry requirements.

  • Guests may also visit the travel advisory site for the country that issued your passport (for example State Department, Foreign Office, etc.)
The information for travel restrictions and guidelines may change quickly. Travelers need to have all the proper documents in hand at the time of travel.  It is each guest's responsibility to ensure you have all of the appropriate forms before traveling.
From CEO Wayne Brown (April 2020)

Return To Service Procedures
Click on the link below to learn what your Aggressor Adventures staff has been doing during our extended time apart to prepare our destinations for your return. We call it our "Clean, Refresh, Sanitize" program. 
Destination Updates
Listed below are Aggressor destination updates regarding the opening of each country and the general entry requirements.  Click on a destination name to jump down the page to your destination.


Bahamas  |  Belize  |  Cayman Islands  |  Costa Rica  |  Cuba  |  Ecuador (Galapagos)  |  Egypt  |  Indonesia  |  Kona(USA)  |  Maldives  |  Mexico

 Oman  |  Palau  |  Philippines  |  Roatan  |  Sri Lanka  |  Thailand   |  Turks & Caicos

Country:        Bahamas
Adventure Program:      Bahamas Aggressor (Operational)
Last Updated:      14-Sep-2020    16:00 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:      <Click Here to Download>
Re-Opening Notes:  
The Bahamas has updated its reopening plans and arrivals policy. New arrival requirements and procedures for travelers to The Bahamas can be found at:
Guests are encouraged to monitor the site regularly as procedures are subject to change.
A summary of the procedures as of this posting date are:
  • All travelers will be required to obtain an electronic health visa prior to departure at Each traveler will need to upload their test results and provide contact information that is crucial for contact tracing purposes. 
    • Health Visa applications take up to 72 hours to process and should be completed with adequate lead time.
  • All incoming visitors must show proof of a diagnostic molecular COVID-19 RT-PCR Negative (Swab) Test must be taken no more than five (5) days prior to the date of travel.  
    • Upon arrival, any person presenting a test older than five (5) days will not be allowed entry into The Bahamas.
  • All hotel guests must “Vacation In Place” (VIP) for 14 days or the length of their stay, whichever is shorter.
    • During their Vacation-in-Place period, guests can enjoy amenities available while onboard. Guests will go from the airport to the yacht and remain onboard until they are ready to return to the airport. 
    • Guests are not permitted to stroll around Nassau before or after the cruise.
  • Wear face masks where noted, practice physical distancing measures and wash your hands regularly. Failure to wear a facemask is a criminal offense and punishable with a $200 fine.
  • Be prepared for temperature screenings upon arrival, at check-in, and at entrances to attractions and restaurants.
Country:      Belize
Adventure Program:  Belize Aggressor III, Belize Aggressor IV (Operational)
Last Updated:      31-Aug-2020 14:00 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:      <Click Here to Download>
Re-Opening Notes:      

The Government of Belize has announced for the resumption of international travel to Belize beginning October 1, 2020. The first scheduled departure for the Belize Aggressor III and Belize Aggressor IV is Saturday, October 3, 2020.
New arrival requirements and procedures for travelers to Belize can be found at:          <Click on Covid-19 Travel Notice at top of the page.>   
Guests are encouraged to monitor the site regularly as requirements are subject to change without notice.  Be sure to expand the FAQ’s as they are very informative about the entire process Belize has put in place.
A summary of the COVID-19 Update for Travelers to Belize as of this posting date are:

  • All travelers will be required to download the Belize Health App and register before boarding a flight to Belize. A QR code with a unique ID will be issued and used for contact tracing while in Belize.
  • A diagnostic molecular COVID-19 PCR Swab Test with a Negative Result must be presented upon arrival. The test results must be taken within 72 hours upon arrival in Belize.  
    • If you are unable to be tested within the 72-hour window you will be required to take a COVID double-rapid (antigen & antibody) test upon arrival.  The cost of the test is US$50, and it will take about 15-30 minutes to receive your results.  (Read the BTB FAQ for full details.)
  • Upon entry, you will undergo a health screening, temperature screening, and test results review. 
    • Some guests may be selected to undergo an on-site double rapid test at travelers’ expense (USD$50 - antigen & antibody test.) based on the screening. 
  • Practice physical distancing measures.
  • Practice regular handwashing or use sanitizing stations frequently.
  • Wear PPE such as face masks when in public and as required.
  • Be prepared for temperature screenings upon arrival, at check-in, and at entrances to attractions and restaurants.  
Country:      Cayman Islands
Adventure Program:      Cayman Aggressor V (Operational)
Last Updated:      18-Aug-2020  15:00 EST
Arrival Restrictions:
The Cayman Islands Government has pushed back a scheduled re-opening of the country for international tourists.  All airports in the Cayman Islands (including Owen Roberts International Airport in Grand Cayman) will remain closed to international leisure and non-essential travel until 1 October 2020, according to decisions taken by Cabinet.  Official decisions regarding border opening procedures continue to be reviewed by the Cayman Islands Government and further decisions will be announced as available. 
Country:      Costa Rica
Adventure Program:      Okeanos Aggressor I, Okeanos Aggressor II (Operational)
Last Updated:      16-Sep-2020  10:00 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:      <Click Here to Download>
Re-Opening Notes:    
As of August 1, international passenger flights are authorized to arrive at Costa Rica’s three international airports: Juan Santamaría International Airport; Daniel Oduber Quirós Airport; and Tobías Bolaños Airport.
As of August 19, Costa Rica currently allows visitors (via commercial flights) from the following regions or countries:
  • THE EUROPEAN UNION, SCHENGEN ZONE, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM: for flights from the European Union, the Schengen Zone, and the United Kingdom, for citizens and residents of the European Union, the Schengen Zone, and the United Kingdom.
  • CANADA: for flights from Canada for citizens and residents of Canada and for citizens and residents of the European Union, the Schengen Zone, and the United Kingdom.
  • SOUTH AMERICA: for flights from Uruguay for citizens and residents of Uruguay.
  • ASIA: for flights from Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, and the People’s Republic of China for citizens and residents of Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, and the People’s Republic of China.
  • OCEANIA: for flights from Australia and New Zealand for citizens and residents of Australia and New Zealand.
  • UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Restricted by State):
    • As of September 1, travelers from Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington D.C.
    • As of September 15, the list expands to include Arizona, Colorado, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wyoming.
    • As of October 1, the list expands to California (if the epidemiological scenario permits it).
In addition to the entry requirements noted below for all tourists, those from the USA will need to present a valid driver’s license issued by one of the approved states as documentation of their residency in that state.
Tourists must have remained in one of these authorized countries (or state) for at least 14 days before a flight — commercial or charter — to Costa Rica. The land and sea borders remain closed.
The requirements for entry into Costa Rica for travelers are as follows:
  • Having taken the diagnostic molecular COVID-19 PCR Swab Test and obtained a Negative Result. The test must be taken within 48 hours of travel to Costa Rica.   
  • Have mandatory travel insurance that includes COVID-19 which covers a minimum of 14 days lodging in the event of being quarantined and medical expenses due to acute illness.
    • International insurance policies that provide COVID-19 coverage at a minimum of USD $4000 for accommodation (quarantine) expense and a minimum of USD $50,000 medical expenses which can have coverage verified by the Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) will be accepted.  
      • Tourists planning to use a policy issued internationally must apply through the Costa Rica Tourism Board in advance for review and authorization prior to commencing travel.  
      • Tourists may also purchase a policy from the National Insurance Institute (INS) of Costa Rica.   Sagicor (a Costa Rican company) also sells a policy that is approved by the government.   
        • The cost of the policy will vary based on the age of the tourist and their length of stay in the country.
        • <Click Here> to purchase the INS travel insurance plan.   <Click Here> to purchase the Sagicor insurance policy.
  • All travelers will be required to complete a digital epidemiological form of the Costa Rican Ministry of Health Social Security Fund.  This is known as a "Health Pass".    (
  • Passengers who do not comply with these requirements will not be allowed to board the flight.
  • Upon landing in Costa Rican territory, travelers must wear face protection and comply with the strict protocols of the air terminal with regard to physical distancing, disinfection of carpets, and taking temperature readings, and must follow any other sanitary instructions.
  • Be prepared for temperature screenings upon arrival, at check-in, and at entrances to attractions and restaurants.  
New arrival requirements and procedures for travelers to Costa Rica can be found at:
                           Covid 19 Statement
Guests are encouraged to monitor the site regularly as requirements are subject to change without notice.   
Country:      Cuba
Adventure Program:      Jardines Aggressor II (Operational)
Last Updated:      20-Aug-2020 14:00 EST
Arrival Restrictions:      
As of this posting, Cuban airports remain closed to international arrivals.  Several media outlets continue to report that Cuba is preparing a phased plan to allow tourism to resume if COVID-19 cases remain under control.  The British Foreign Office in Havana said that airports will likely remain closed through September. 
Country:      Ecuador (Galapagos Islands)
Adventure Program:      Galapagos Aggressor III (Operational)
Last Updated:      19-Aug-2020    15:00 EST
KBYG Supplement:             <Click Here>
Re-Opening Notes:         
The Ecuadorian government declared the Galapagos Islands COVID-19 free and has reopened the Galapagos National Park.  Both Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands have opened to foreign tourists.   The National Emergency Operations Committee (EOC) has approved commercial air travel for the Galapagos Islands.  Hotels, the national park, restaurants, and ferries are all resuming operations. 
The COVID disease, although still active, appears to be under control, with the number of new cases getting lower and lower thanks to the movement restrictions and mandatory quarantines that the government had imposed earlier.  As part of the opening, the government now accepts a negative COVID-19 test result from travelers as an alternative to mandatory quarantine. 
The Galapagos Aggressor resumes departures on September 10, 2020.    To reach the Galapagos Islands there is a two-step process.
Step 1:   Is arriving in mainland Ecuador.   The requirements for entry into Ecuador for travelers are as follows:
  • Having taken the diagnostic molecular COVID-19 PCR Swab Test and obtained a Negative Result. The test must be taken no more than ten (10) days before entering the country.
    • If the traveler receives a negative test result, the traveler may terminate the quarantine. 
    • If the traveler receives a positive test result, the traveler must continue the quarantine and necessary health care will be provided.
    • As long as the traveler does not present symptoms of COVID, the traveler does not need to perform mandatory preventative quarantine and they may freely move within the continental territory of Ecuador. 
    • Travelers who do not provide the results of a PCR test must undertake, at their own expense, a PCR test upon arrival.  The traveler must then proceed immediately to quarantine in a hotel, hostel, motel or other temporary accommodation authorized for such purpose. 
  • Travelers must present a copy of a completed “Travel Health Form” to officials as part of the entry process.
  • Be prepared for temperature screenings upon arrival, at check-in, and at entrances to attractions and restaurants.  
  • Please note procedures may change at any time and without notice.
Step 2:   Is arriving in the Galapagos Islands.   Entry requirements for this protected area are different from the mainland and include:
  • Visit the CGREG (Government Council of the Special Galapagos Regime) counter at the airport.
    • They will verify safe conduct and booking with tour authorized tour operator.
    • You will pay USD $20 (cash only) and collect a transit control card.
    • Your luggage will be checked for any restricted products.
  • Register at the airline counter and present a negative result of a diagnostic molecular COVID-19 PCR Swab Test. The test must be taken no more than ninety-six (96) hours before arriving in the Galapagos Islands.  The test results must be presented at check-in for your flight and at arrival in the islands.
    • For a cruise that starts on Thursday, the earliest the test could be taken is on Monday. 
    • This may be done in your country of origin if travel plans allow.
    • The test can also be obtained locally upon arrival in Ecuador.  (See General Notes below.)
  • During the flight, fill out the biosecurity control form for the Agency for the Regulation and Control of Biosafety and Quarantine for Galapagos (ABG).
  • Upon arrival in the Galapagos, you will need to pay the Galapagos National Park Fee – USD $100 (cash only).
  • Guests are required to have proof of valid health/medical insurance that includes the cost of air evacuation to the mainland.
General Notes:
  • Timing will be important so as to coordinate the two entry requirements.
  • We recommend entering via Guayaquil. Most flights arrive in the evening.  Scheduling a Monday evening arrival will provide a comfortable margin to have a COVID-19 test completed locally for entry into the Galapagos Islands.
  • There is a certified lab in Guayaquil that can return results via email in approximately 24 hours. The fee is USD approximately $120, payable by the traveler.  Details are being finalized for offering testing at the airport which will allow the test sample to be collected immediately upon arriving in-country. 
Country:      Egypt
Adventure Program:      Red Sea Aggressor II,  Red Sea Aggressor III, Aggressor Nile Queen (Operational)
Last Updated:      01-Sep-2020  10:00  EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:      <Click Here to Download>
Re-Opening Notes:
The Egyptian Government opened its borders to international travelers on July 1, 2020.  The first scheduled departure for the Red Sea Aggressor II is August 15, the Red Sea Aggressor III will depart on Sept. 05, and the Nile Queen River Cruise will begin departures on Sep. 5.
The Egyptian government has announced modified entry requirements effective September 1st.   They are:
  • All travelers (nationals and foreigners) arriving in Egypt are required to provide a negative RT-PCR Test certificate for COVID-19 issued not more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Egypt.
    • The submitted PCR certificate should include: the hour and date of the withdrawal of the sample, which is the date on which the 72 hours will be counted; the authorized laboratory’s stamp; indicating the type of sample taken for the swap, indicate the type of test used (RT-PCR).
    • Travelers entering Egypt at any of the four airports in the Red Sea governate and South Sanai can take a corona virus test upon arrival for USD $30, which would exempt them from submitting negative PCR test results taken before they board their flights. The four airports are Sharm El-Sheikh and Taba airports in South Sinai, and the Hurghada and Marsa Alam airports in the Red Sea governate.  One of these airports must be the first entry into Egypt.  Transiting through Cairo to one of these destinations does not qualify for on-arrival testing.
  • Visas on arrival service is open. eVisas purchased in advance are also available from
  • All travelers will be required to submit a traveler's declaration including a questionnaire on information on trips undertaken in the 14 days before coming to Egypt and a confirmation that the passengers have not shown any symptoms of Covid-19 or knowingly been in touch with coronavirus patients.
  • All travelers will need to have international medical insurance covering their stay in Egypt.
  • The wearing of face masks inside airport facilities, physical distance is maintained, and the temperature of all travelers and airport staff is checked and luggage is disinfected before being placed on conveyor belts.
  • Onboard Safari or Daily dive boats, the vessels will operate at a reduced capacity and the wearing of face masks is obligatory.
  • If you are using (the optional) airport arrival transfers arranged by Aggressor Adventures, be sure to advise your Adventure Planner if you will be arriving with a completed test certificate or will be undergoing testing upon arrival. This is needed so that your transfer can be scheduled correctly.
Country:      Indonesia
Adventure Program:      Indo Aggressor and Raja Ampat Aggressor (Operational)
Last Updated:      21-Aug-2020   10:30 EST
Arrival Restrictions:      
Indonesia is currently focusing on domestic tourism and is permitting limited internal air operations.  However, the country is taking a prolonged and measured approach to reopening for international tourism.   As such, Aggressor Adventures has suspended liveaboard departures in Indonesia until the end of the year.  The Indo Aggressors' first departure is on December 28, 2020, and the Raja Ampat Aggressor will depart on January 2, 2021. 
Country:      Maldives
Adventure Program:      Maldives Aggressor II (Operational)
Last Updated:      08-Sep-2020  10:00 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:      <Click Here to Download> 
Re-Opening Notes:  
 The Maldives has reopened to all global travelers beginning on July 15, 2020, after more than three months of closure. The first departure for the Maldives Aggressor II is November 18, 2020. 
All tourists and short-term visitors must present a negative PCR Test for COVID-19 on arrival to the Maldives. The test has to be conducted within a maximum of 72 hours before departure to the Maldives. Tourists will also need to complete a health declaration form. Arrivals with symptoms of Covid-19 or those traveling with someone who has similar signs will be tested at their own expense upon arrival and subject to quarantine.

Travelers must also complete a “self-declarative health declaration” 24 hours before arrival at

The Maldives tourism ministry indicated that resorts and hotels on uninhabited islands and liveaboard vessels could begin hosting tourists right away. A thirty-day (30) free on-arrival visa will be issued to all tourists with a confirmed booking for a stay at any registered tourist facility in the country.  
“Split Stays” between different resorts are now permitted for tourists, under specific conditions. Both resorts must meet health and safety guidelines approved by the Maldives Health Protection Agency (HPA). Requests for “split stays” must be submitted to the ministry two days before traveling to the second resort. Travel cannot commence until permission is received.  
The country is following safety procedures, including social distancing and wearing of masks.                                   
Regular official updates on travel to the Maldives are provided on the Ministry of Tourism  website (   

Country:      Mexico
Adventure Program:      Socorro Aggressor (Operational) /  Guadalupe Itinerary
Last Updated:      05-Aug-2020  10:00 EST
Arrival Restrictions:      
Mexico remains open for tourists arriving via commercial air.  However, the Mexican Government has closed many of its marine parks. This closure has resulted in a cancellation of the 2020 Guadalupe season for the Socorro Aggressor.  The Revillagigedo (Socorro) Marine Park season is scheduled to begin in November of 2020.  It is anticipated that the parks will open and operating by then.
Country:      Oman
Adventure Program:      Oman Aggressor (Operational)
Last Updated:      08-Sep-2020   09:00 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:    TBA
Re-Opening Notes:  
The Supreme Committee on COVID-19 said international flights could resume October 1.  According to bilateral agreements, the committee said this is provided flights are scheduled according to the health data for specific destinations.
Oman Airports recruited 75 volunteers to assist travelers and help the authorities implement the COVID-19 precautional measures when Muscat International Airport reopens for normal traffic. Oman Airports also announced they had completed the installation and operation of PCR testing solutions.
In a statement, Oman Air said, “Our planes and people are ready, and Oman’s airports are ready, too. When we can fly, we will provide safe, careful service to our guests.”
Exact details of arrival requirements for tourists have not been announced yet.  These are expected in the next several days as each airline finalizes its schedules and procedures.  Details will be available on the website for the airline you will be traveling on when you physically arrive in Oman.
Country:      Palau (Republic of)
Adventure Program:      Palau Aggressor II, Rock Islands Aggressor (Operational)
Last Updated:      16-Jul-2020 16:00
Arrival Restrictions:      
The government of Palau has extended its closure to foreign travelers indefinitely. 
Country:      Philippines
Adventure Program:      Philippines Aggressor (Operational)
Last Updated:      09-Sep-2020   14:00 EST
Arrival Restrictions:      
Most of the country is now under the General Community Quarantine (GCQ) or the less restrictive Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ). 
All international flights remain suspended.  All sea and land borders are closed to foreign travelers. 
Country:      Roatan (Honduras)
Adventure Program:      Roatan Aggressor (Operational)
Last Updated:      02-Sep-2020    10:30 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:     <Click Here>  
Re-Opening Notes:  
On August 9th the government of Honduras has begun Phase 2 of its reopening strategy.  This includes resuming international travel to Roatan Island starting August 17, 2020.   The first scheduled departure for the Roatan Aggressor is September 12, 2020.
Honduras has implemented biosecurity procedures related to air travel that govern entering and leaving the country.  These include:
  • Travelers must complete Immigration pre-registration. Visit   This form includes Travel Information, Travel Documents (passport), Personal Information, and a Health Interview.  Upon completion, you will be emailed a “pre-check” form to print out to travel with.
  • All passengers must present a negative result of either a COVID-19 PCR Swab Test in real-time, carried out in a period no greater than seventy-two (72) hours before entering the country.

    • In unforeseen circumstances, the passenger will undergo a clinical evaluation by the staff of the International Health Office.

    • There is an option to use a Rapid Diagnostic Test (with a negative result) – however, it does require travelers to self-quarantine for 14-days prior to circulating around the island.
  • You must have paper copies of your Immigration Pre-Check and your COVID-19 test results. You will be asked to show both at multiple points prior to boarding the flight and upon arriving in Roatan.

  • You must comply with the Protocol established in the International Health Regulations at the time of entry into the country (clinical evaluation and mandatory quarantine) if the health authority determines so.
  • You must comply with other biosafety measures established in the Protocols of the Secretary of State in the Health Office (mandatory use of mask).
  • All travelers must ensure that they meet the requirements to leave the country and enter the country of (return) destination. The fulfillment of the requirements is the responsibility of the passenger.
  • Any foreign passenger that develops symptoms of acute respiratory infection or shows signs or symptoms compatible with a contagious disease, including COVID-19, will undergo the process established in the protocol of biosecurity measures of international airports in Honduras (Civil Aviation Industry) Section 7 and 8 of the handling of suspicious cases in airports and aircraft.
  • We reiterate to the population to take into account all the biosecurity measures that have been implemented in the air terminals and aircraft to be at least three (3) hours before their trip in the corresponding air terminal.
If an additional test is required in order for you to return to your home country, there are private labs in Roatan that are capable of doing this (fee to be paid by the traveler).  The local municipality of Roatan and cooperating with some very generous private donations has been able to establish a COVID-19 Center that has a 37-bed facility to treat individuals who may have the virus.   
Country:      Sri Lanka
Adventure Program:      Aggressor Safari Lodge (Operational)
Last Updated:      21-Aug-2020 16:00 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:      <Click Here to Download>
Re-Opening Notes:      
Sri Lanka is delaying its scheduled August 1 reopening of Colombo International Airport for commercial traffic. The revised reopening date for international tourism has not been specified.  An updated is expected towards the end of August or 1st of September. 
New arrival requirements and procedures for travelers to Sri Lanka can be found at:  

Guests are encouraged to monitor the site regularly as procedures are subject to change.
A summary of the procedures as of this posting date are:
  • Travelers will require a valid visa prior to traveling, which can be applied for online and has a $100 fee.
  • A minimum 5-night stay in Sri Lanka is required.
  • Proof of medical insurance.
  • A negative PCR test is required before boarding your flight. The test should be no older than 72 hours before boarding.
  • A second PCR test will be administered on arrival at the airport (no charge).
  • A one-night hotel stay in Colombo or Negombo is required while awaiting test results.
Country:      Thailand
Adventure Program:      Thailand Aggressor (Operational)
Last Updated:      21-Aug-2020    16:30 EST
Arrival Restrictions:      
The Government of Thailand approved a draft plan for relaxed measures for foreigners entering Thailand.  The plan proposes 3 phases of re-opening along with proposed timelines.
  • Phase One:  Business travelers, investors, skilled workers, people with Thai family members, teachers, etc.
  • Phase Two:   Medical tourism travelers.
  • Phase 3:   General Tourists.
 On August 19, 2020 the Government of Thailand extended the Emergency Decrees to through September 2020 in regard to the closure of the borders to international tourists.  According to tourism officials Thailand may see the return of international tourists (Phase 3) in the fourth quarter of this year.
Country:      Turks & Caicos Islands
Adventure Program:      Turks and Caicos Aggressor II (Operational)
Last Updated:      16-Jul-2020   16:00 EST
Know Before You Go Supplement:      <Click Here to Download>
Re-Opening Notes:      
The Turks and Caicos Islands government has announced that Providenciales Airport will open for international passenger travel on July 22, 2020.   The first scheduled departure for the Turks and Caicos Aggressor is July 25, 2020.
New arrival requirements and procedures for travelers to the Turks and Caicos Islands can be found at:

Guests are encouraged to monitor the site regularly as procedures are subject to change.
Travelers must pre-register with TCI Assured ( Airlines will only board travelers who have pre-authorization.  A TCI Assured application requires:
  • A diagnostic molecular COVID-19 PCR Swab Test with a Negative Result. The test must have been taken no more than five (5) days prior to travel to the Turks & Caicos Islands.
  • Medical/Travel insurance that covers COVID-19 medical costs, full hospitalization, doctors’ visits, prescriptions and air ambulance/medevac.
  • Completed a health screening questionnaire and Travel Authorization Form.
  • All persons should certify that they have read the privacy policy document.
Proof of all of the aforementioned should be uploaded to the TCI Assured portal which will be available on July 17th on the Tourist Board’s website –
Country:      USA (State of Hawaii)
Adventure Program:      Kona Aggressor II (Operational)
Last Updated:      27-Aug-2020   16:00 EST
Arrival Restrictions:      
There are two conditions impacting the restart of the Kona Aggressor II.   One is the ability of guests to reach Hawaii without having to perform a 14-day quarantine and the second is;  Hawaii’s Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR), has imposed a capacity limitation on the number of guests and staff able to travel on a commercial vessel.
As soon as these limitations are lifted, we will notify you.