You’ve booked your flight, picked your hotel, and mapped out several days worth of itineraries. Now, only one question remains: How are you going to get around?
Obviously, the answer depends on how you plan on spending your time. If you envision multiple days at the hotel at the beach in Waikīkī or a schedule full of organized tours, for example, then your needs will be very different than if you plan on self-exploring the island.
Typically, most visitors strike a balance between the two – a few days of relaxing, and a few days of exploring. You may want to rent a car for your entire trip for the inherent convenience; or you may find that you can save money by renting a car only for the days you need it, and relying on the bus, bikes, ride share, and shuttles otherwise.
Table of contents
Table of Contents
- Renting a Car
- The Bus
- Taxi / Uber / Lyft
- Scooter Rentals
- Honolulu Airport Shuttles
- Island Hopping
Below, we give you the rundown of all the transportation options on O‘ahu for you to consider.