Experience the city sights open-air style on Hawaii's newest fleet of double decker buses, the AlohaBus. Our City Loop will tour you through Waikiki, and next you'll be onto the shopping districts of Ala Moana and the Ward area. Then you'll carry on through the rich culture of the city, stopping at the famous King Kamehameha Statue, Iolani Palace, and the oldest Chinatown in the United States. Our GPS-activated narration provides you background into our culture, the sights along the route and plenty of Hawaiian story-telling. The possibilities are endless … so hop on and enjoy your day. The bus will pick up and drop off at the Pier every 20 minutes until 6pm.
Note: Guests are responsible for ensuring their debarkation tours are compatible with their flight departure times. Guests have the option to book their flights through our Premium Air Department to ensure that flight departure times do not interfere with debark tours. Due to heightened security, absolutely no purses, backpacks, fanny packs or camera cases are allowed at Pearl Harbor. Cameras are permitted, but not camera cases. Snacks will be available for purchase. Price includes Hop-on, Hop-off Access and luggage storage at the cruise ship terminal. All pieces of luggage stored must be claimed by 6pm. Transportation to airport, hotel or guest's final destination will be on their own.
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I was disappointed by this because there aren't enough buses. Next time would probably pay for luggage storage, get cab to Waikiki and consider one of the shuttles/trolleys. My husband wanted to go to Diamondhead. We were dropped at Waikiki and were told our bus would be in 10 minutes. 20 minutes later bus comes. Drops us at site of a Farmers Market kind of cool but it's mid morning and we aren't hungry. It is a one mile walk up hill just to get to park at base of Diamondhead because double decker can't make it through tunnel-other shuttles go regularly to that park. This is a terrible way to get to Diamondhead. Going back 20 minute wait again for bus. Back to Waikiki and ate lunch. Then again 20 minute wait to go to shopping center. After shopping center my husband saw bus ran for it and we had no wait. It is very dispiriting to wait and wait at stops where multiple buses and trolleys stop over and over but not yours. And some stops have no place to even sit down.
This is not an excursion but if you plan to spend your day on your own the final day and are flying out the same night take up the offer to keep your luggage. Save time to go to the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet and Marketplace. You could spend your entire day there.