CORONAVIRUS - Safety & Protection is Our Priority - More Info
As of March 21, through June 30, 2020 the Volcano Rainforest Retreat Bed & Breakfast will be temporarily closed for the safety and protection of our Volcano community and all communities in the Hawaiian Islands, as well as travelers and destinations around the world. Possible extended closure due to travel restrictions to the Hawaiian Islands. Check the Major Travel Restrictions Imposed link on the Home page for on-going Updates.
We regret the disappointment of guests who have anticipated their vacations and adventures in Hawaii. We are responding to the guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the protective actions outlined by the Federal, Hawaii State and County governments and Health Departments.
As part of the larger community in the Hawaiian Islands, we would like to inform world travelers that the Governor of Hawaii has recommended all travel to Hawaii be postponed for a future time to prevent infection by travelers, and increasing community spread of the virus in the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, all individuals, both residents and visitors, arriving or returning to the State of Hawaii are subject to a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine. (See this link for quarantine guidelines) The mandate applies to all national, international and interisland flights arriving at state airports, including private and commercial aircrafts. Operations that rent vehicles may not rent to any person who is subject to a 14-day traveler quarantine order unless an exemption is granted.
Currently, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, many Hawaii County Beach Parks, State Parks, public shoreline access, ocean and trail tours are temporarily closed indefinitely for public safety. The hospitality community is also effected by closures of hotels, B&Bs and vacation rentals. Please stay home and shelter in place, as much as possible, for this unknown period of time.
We appreciate your understanding and shared values as we each do our part for the protection and safety of all people in the world, as the global community works to manage and contain this new virus, and a vaccine is developed. Please call us for personal questions about your future visit. (800) 550-8696. Do sign up here, or on the Home page to receive our Newsletter for on-going and current updates.
When safe conditions allow us to move in the world again more freely, we anticipate the joy of travel returning, and look forward to welcoming visitors again, with the warmth of aloha, to the Hawaiian lslands and the lush beauty of the Volcano Rainforest Retreat on Hawaii Island.