Getting to Waikiki from the Airport
There are several options getting to Waikiki from the airport.
Paradise Transport & Luggage Services provides guests of Captain Cook Resorts special rates for both PRIVATE (not shared) airport shuttle AND luggage storage needs. Luggage storage is especially useful for those guests who arrive early (well before the 3pm check-in time) and those with late departure flights (long after the 11am check-out time)!
To make a reservation, please call 808-499-4561 or reserve online at: https://www.paradisetransportservices.com
Be prepared to provide your airlines & flight details at time of booking so that your flights can be tracked for accurate arrival time.
For special pricing - make sure to mention you're staying with Captain Cook Resorts!
· 1 guest transport to Waikiki or Airport (includes 2 pieces of luggage) = $25
· 2 guests transport (includes 2 pieces of luggage per person) = $20/per person.
· 3 guests transport (includes 2 pieces of luggage per person) = $18/per person
· 4 or more guests (includes 2 pieces of luggage per person) = $16/per person
· Luggage storage fee = $5/per bag
· $15 luggage pickup fee for those NOT using the shuttle service.
· Airport lei greeting can be added for $8/per person!
Paradise Transport - friendly, reliable, and fully insured!
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.
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.
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.
Bus - Oahu has a good bus system and they have 4 day passes, so that is another alternative if you would like travel in and out of Waikiki. You can also pay $2.50 per person for with up to 1 transfer. See information and routes at http://www.thebus.org/
Renting a Car
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