Hoyochi Nikko #103


After visiting Hoyochi Nikko for 20 years we decided to purchase our own piece of paradise in this ocean front ground floor beauty. Hoyochi Nikko is a small 18 unit complex, so you do not have the large crowds that Hotels and Larger complexes have. In fact, a lot of the time you will feel as though you have the entire complex all to yourself. The unit has been fully remodeled with new tile floors, quartz countertops, a new shower and all new furniture. It sits within 100 feet of the Pacific Ocean and is a perfect place to sit on your Lanai and admire the beautiful Hawaiian water and whale watch. The unit is also furnished with everything you will need for your holiday. HOYOCHI NIKKO COVID RULES. PRE TRAVEL PROGRAM Beginning on Oct 15th, 2020 a pre travel testing option will allow travelers to Maui an alternative to a 14 quarantine at a hotel. 1. At least 24 hours before your trip, register online be completing the Safe Travels application. Go to: travel.hawaii.gov 2. Within 72 hours of the last leg of your trip to maui, get a nucleic acid amplification (NAAT) test done by an approved trusted testing partner that confirms that you do not have an active COVID-19 infection. a. before travel to Hawaii, upload your negative test result to your Safe Travels account; and b. provide a copy by email to brad.mauivacations@gmail.com; and to our resident manager at hoyochinikkomanager@gmail.com FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN YOU NOT BEING ALLOWED INTO YOU UNIT. Hoyochi Nikko COVID Rules updated October 15, 2020 Hawaii State COVID Rules Quarantine Through October 31st, there is a quarantine restriction for all in-bound visitors to the Hawaiian Islands. All visitors arriving in the Hawaiian Islands must self-quarantine for 14 days following their arrival. No person who is subject to the mandatory self-quarantine is allowed to stay in a short-term or vacation rental such as Hoyochi Nikko. Pre-testing Travel Program Since October 15th, travellers to Maui have a pre-travel testing option as an alternative to a 14 day quarantine at a hotel: 1. At least 24 hours before your trip, register online by completing the Safe Travels application. 2. Within 72 hours of the last leg of your trip to Maui, get a nucleic acid amplification (NAAT) test done by an approved trusted testing partner that confirms that you do not have an active COVID-19 infection (See here) and: a. before travelling to Hawaii, upload your negative test result to your Safe Travels account; and b. provide a copy of it by email to: i. us at mauivacations@gmail.com; and ii. our resident manager by email at hoyochinikkomanager@gmail.com failure to do so will result in you not being allowed into your unit to stay. Maui COVID Rules Maui County has its own COVID Rules. Here are some paraphrased excerpts from the Mayor of Maui County’s Public Health Emergency Rules, Amended October 1, 2020: Rule 1: When using shared or outdoor spaces (e.g. condo common areas, pools, BBQs, etc.) and when outside your unit, you must comply with physical distancing (Rules 4 and 5(D): at least 6 feet between separate groups). Masks are not required inside a guest room or private car (with members of the same household). Rule 5: For designated operations (“designated operations” includes condo common areas [Exhibit “A”]): A. Face covering. (a) Persons over the age of 5 years old must wear a face mask or covering while outside their place of residence (your individual unit – Rule 1) while in all public spaces. A mask or other facial covering must cover the nose and mouth and must comply with the recommendations of the CDC… [The CDC recommends masks in “public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when social distancing measures are difficult to maintain”.] Designated operations may refuse to allow entry to persons not wearing face coverings, unless an exception applies (e.g. anyone who has trouble breathing). Rule 8: Beaches and County parks are open ... County parks and beach parks will be open from 7:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m., except that outdoor County courts (e.g., tennis, basketball, etc.) may remain open until 8:00 p.m … Persons at any County park must comply with Rule 5. Registration Number: GE-121-746-0224-01, TA-12