Moving to Hawaii Personal Travel Items Checklist

Moving to Hawaii Personal Travel Items Checklist

Posted 10.04.2012 in Articles by Neil-Denny

There are certain items you need to make sure to bring on the day of your flight. Before moving day, you will want to gather all important documents and keep them in a safe place. Ideally, you want to collect all documents ahead of schedule and keep them with your carry-on to prevent from accidentally packing anything away with your belongings. You also need to take extra precautions in case your belongings take longer to get there than you do. This checklist can serve as your own personal reminder for what to bring on the day of your flight to Hawaii.

On the day of your move, keep these documents near you for increased security and accessibility:

Personal Records

  1. Driver’s License and other forms of ID
  2. Plane tickets
  3. Birth Certificate(s)
  4. Passport(s)
  5. Certificate of Registration
  6. Residence and Work Permits
  7. Marriage Certificate (if married)
  8. Bank Statements
  9. Social Security Records

Medical Records

  1. Vaccination Records 
  2. Dental Records 
  3. Eye Prescription Information

NOTE: Children’s records should include results of a physical examination taken during the past 12 months and the dates of received immunizations. Ask your doctor or health care provider for possible recommendations in your destination city, or contact the State of Hawaii Department of Health.

When carrying prescription medications:

  1. Do not carry medicine in large quantities.
  2. Keep the medicines in their original, labeled containers with pharmacy name
  3. Bring copies of your doctor’s written prescriptions and the generic drug names

The following is a list of personal items you might want to bring to prepare you for the day of your flight and the following days after: 

  1. Cash for food and groceries, in case places don't take credit 
  2. Toiletries
  3. Toothbrush/Floss 
  4. Personal Grooming (razor, make-up)
  5. Towels
  6. Extra clothes
  7. Entertainment including music, books, and movies. (Remember, a nonstop flight from Los Angeles to Hawaii is about 6 hours.) 



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