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Bike Tour of Historical Honolulu

Location: Waikiki, Oahu

Peddle your bike through the streets of Honolulu as you visit a variety sights in artist districts, historical chinatown, and Honolulu. Your bike tour guide will keep you interested and having fun while explaining fun facts and historical information along the way to give you a better appreciatation of the beautiful city of Honolulu. During the tour we will take advantage of Honolulu's progressively developed bicycle lanes on its roads as part of the city's broader initiative to promote cycling as a sustainable and efficient mode of transportation, enhancing the city's connectivity and reducing traffic congestion. 

What to Expect

Gather at the iconic Kuhio Beach Banyan Tree on Waikiki Beach at 7:00 am for an invigorating exploration of Honolulu by bike. Once fitted with your bike and briefed on safety, the tour sets off along the bustling Waikiki Beach towards the historic Honolulu Zoo. As you pedal along, the vibrant beach scene transforms into a serene ride down Ala Wai Boulevard, where you'll delve into the intriguing history of the Ala Wai Canal which was constructed in 1928, was a pivotal engineering feat designed to drain the taro farm wetlands of Waikiki, transforming the area into the usable and tourist-friendly region it is known for today.

The tour continues through the revitalized area of Kaka’ako, celebrated for its dynamic street art. Here, over 50 murals paint a contemporary narrative, each created during the annual POW! WOW! Hawaii street art festival. These artworks contribute to Kaka’ako's transformation from an industrial warehouse district to a lively urban center with a strong community vibe.

A highlight of the experience is the visit to Aloha Tower. Participants will ascend to the top via elevator, rewarded with panoramic views of Honolulu's skyline and harbor. Once the tallest structure in Hawaii, Aloha Tower has served as a welcoming beacon for the Pacific since 1926.

Venturing deeper into the city’s cultural tapestry, the tour enters Chinatown. This vibrant district offers a sensory feast, from the aromatic lei shops and bustling markets to galleries and eateries showcasing Hawaii's multicultural heritage. Here, you can sample exotic fruits and local delicacies, weaving through historic streets where East meets West.

As you roll into the civic heart of Hawaii, the tour takes you past the State Capitol's unique architecture, which reflects Hawaii's natural elements with its volcanic-shaped legislative chambers and open-air design. Nearby, the Iolani Palace stands, the only royal palace on U.S. soil, offering a glimpse into the opulent and complex history of Hawaii's monarchy.

Other significant stops include the imposing King Kamehameha Statue, Kawaiaha’o Church made from coral blocks, and the Mission Houses Museum, which chronicles the lives of the first Christian missionaries in Hawaii. The route also passes the historic Aloha Stadium, the site of Elvis Presley's famed 1973 concert that broadcasted via satellite to over a billion viewers worldwide.

Throughout the tour, which covers 14 miles of mostly flat terrain, ample opportunities are provided for photography, ensuring participants can capture memories of Honolulu's most picturesque and historically significant sites. This bike tour not only offers a unique way to see Honolulu but also an in-depth understanding of its history and culture, making it a must-do for visitors and locals alike.



  • Friendly Knowledgable Bike Tour Guide
  • Guide talks to you throughout ride via Bluetooth speaker on your bike
  • High Quality Bicycle and Helmet
  • Photo-Shoots at Every Location
  • We don't accept any children under 12 years old or shorter than 4.3ft


4 hours


Meet at the Kuhio Beach Banyan Tree, Waikiki Beach

Cancellation Policy

Full refund if canceled within 24 hours of your tour departure.