Waikiki InformationTransportation on Oahu and Waikiki

Getting to Waikiki from the Airport

There are several options getting to Waikiki from the airport.

We are happy to recommend Aloha Airport Shuttle (Toll Free: 855-538-3355; www.alohaairportshuttle.com). The cost is just $30 for a party of 4 from the Airport to Waikiki! We think you'll find them responsible, friendly, and reliable!  Be sure to tell them you are guests of Captain Cook Resorts!  Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance.

(Also, Waikiki Baggage Storage (https://waikikibaggagestorage.com/) offers a safe place to store luggage prior to check-in or if you have a late departure flight. Bring your baggage to their safe, secure store centrally located 1/2 block from International Market at 417 Nahua Street, and spend the day at the beach!  All bags are monitored 24/7 by video surveillance cameras. No reservations needed.) 

Ride Sharing Services

Uber at Honolulu Airport                

UBER / LYFT - You may request an Uber or Lyft from the Honolulu Airport. Estimated price is $30-40 depending on traffic. 

For UBER information see here: https://www.uber.com/airports/hnl/

If you haven't used UBER before save money on your first ride by using code: z66ej

For LYFT information see here: https://www.lyft.com/airports/hnl

 

Renting a car at the airport - We would suggest checking Yelp for reputable car rental agencies. See rental car options here:http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=car+rental&find_loc=Honolulu%2C+HI&ns=1

 

Taking the Bus from the Airport - The Bus does go to and from the airport, however depending on how much luggage you have the bus driver may not let you on the bus. If you have lots of luggage or large pieces, plan on alternative transportation such as a shuttle or taxi. See information and routes at http://www.thebus.org/

 

Shuttle Bus - There are many shuttle services to and from Waikiki these may be good options for 1 to 2 people and if you have time to spare.

 

Taxi - There are always plenty of taxis and this is probably the quickest and easiest way. Recommended if you have 3 or more people. Cost will probably run around $40.

Honolulu International airport to Waikiki

 

Getting Around Waikiki and Oahu

Walking - Getting around Waikiki is fairly easy. You can walk to most places or grab one of the many taxis for longer trips.

 

Bicycle - Rent a Bicycle, but just be sure to watch for traffic and make sure that the bicycle is well locked at all times, as bike theft is common in Waikiki and around Oahu. Hawaiian Style Rentals and Sales has a great reputation.  

Bicycle rentals in Waikiki

 

Biki - A bicyle service that has over 100 drop off and pick up stations throughout Waikiki and Honolulu. You will need a credit card to sign up. This service is good for one way and short bike rides. 

$3.50 SINGLE RIDE

For a quick ride around town

$20 FREE SPIRIT PLAN

A bank of 300 minutes to use whenever and however you like.

$15 MONTHLY PLAN

A month of unlimited 30-minute rides.

$25 MONTHLY PLAN

A month of unlimited 60-minute rides.

See more information here: https://gobiki.org/

Biki map for Honolulu

 

Moped - Renting a moped for a day can be fun. Just please stay safe, as moped accidents are a common occurence on Oahu. Hawaiian Style Rentals and Sales also rents mopeds as well. 

moped rentals Hawaiian Style Waikiki

 

Bus - Oahu has an island wide bus system.  The service is very good within the city of Honolulu. If you would like travel in and around Waikiki. Wait times may increase the further you get from Honolulu/Waikiki. The cost is $2.75 per person per ride or $5.50 per day unlimited. See information and routes at http://www.thebus.org/

the bus honolulu oahu

Honolulu Bus Information

ADULT FARE & PASSES

"Adult" means any person over the age of 17 who does not qualify as a "Youth."

One-Way Fare: $2.75

1-Day Pass $5.50

Ask your bus operator for the 1-Day Pass before placing your money in the farebox. 

Valid 12:00 a.m. - 2:59 a.m. the next day, for up to 27 hours of unlimited rides.

"Youth" means a person 6 through 17 years of age, subject to the presentation of a valid identification card establishing the age of the person. The term includes high school students, up to 19 years of age, with a valid high school identification card establishing the age of the students and the student's current enrollment, but excludes college, university and vocational training students if over the age of 17.

One-Way Fare: $1.25

1-Day Pass $2.50

Ask your bus operator for the 1-Day Pass before placing your money in the farebox. 

Valid 12:00 a.m. - 2:59 a.m. the next day, for up to 27 hours of unlimited rides

One (1) Child, 5 years & under FREE 

(when accompanied by a fare-paying passenger and not occupying a seat

 

Renting a Car

renting a car on oahu

If you decide to rent a car, be sure you have parking at your rental. Parking in Waikiki is difficult most of the time. There is parking along Ala Wai Blvd that runs along the Ala Wai Canal on north side of Waikiki. Just make sure to read the parking signs, as they clean the streets twice a week in the morning and they will give you a ticket and tow your car. See rental car options here:http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc=car+rental&find_loc=Honolulu%2C+HI&ns=1