Getting married on Oct 3rd (small wedding) and we have our honeymoon planned to start 2 days later – 16 night trip in Hawaii (8 nights Maui, 8 nights Big Island). We planned everything back in March when vaccinations were really ramping up and we thought by October things would be so much more improved and we wouldn't even have to worry. Flashforward to where we are now and it seems like things are reversing back in a big way which has us very worried that we will have to cancel our trip. We are fully vaxxed and only plan on staying in condo like accommodations during our entire trip to try and stay more secluded and so we have a kitchen in case we need to do more meals on our own. We don't have any big events planned like a luau or anything, and plan to mostly just relax on the beaches and do some hiking/exploring in the national and state parks. For dining we would only want to do outdoor seating if possible, or take food to go, or stick to low key options like food trucks. After a year and half of stressful planning for a pandemic wedding, and coping with the pandemic itself we have been looking so forward to this trip and the last thing we want to do is cancel. At this point we are getting worried that travel restrictions to the islands are going to be-imposed and we'll have no choice but to cancel though. Our car rentals weren't prepaid so no money lost there, and our accommodations are refundable except for our stay in Maui is only fully refundable until Sept 5th, then 50% back until 2 weeks before the trip. Our flights are nonrefundable, but we booked a main cabin fare on Hawaiian so we would at least get a credit back. Is anyone else going through this stress right now? Any words of wisdom or advice? If we canceled I just don't even know when a good time would be to rebook, because there's no knowing how bad things will be at any given point in time.