Private Tour & Excursions

AIRPORT TRANSFER AND PRIVATE TOURS

Relax and get the most from your visit to Oahu by letting us do the driving. Each package includes a round trip Airport transfer to/from Waikiki and excursions to and from Oahu’s most popular attractions in style. We have three packages to choose from.

AIRPORT & EXCURSIONS PACKAGE 1 – Hanauma Bay

  • Airport Arrival and Departure transfers
  • Round trip to USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center
  • Round trip to Ala Moana Center
  • Round trip to Hanauma Bay with stop for Malasadas on the way out and a stop at Waiola Shave Ice on return to Waikiki. Driver will wait nearby as you purchase and enjoy your local treats before resuming your excursion.
  • From Waikiki – $549

AIRPORT & EXCURSIONS PACKAGE 2 – Kualoa Ranch

  • Airport Arrival and Departure transfers
  • Round trip to USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center
  • Round trip to Ala Moana Center
  • Round trip to Kualoa Ranch. Includes two brief stops. On the way to the Ranch we’ll stop for a photo opportunity at Chinaman’s Hat at Kualoa Park. On the return trip we can stop at Menehune Mac if you wish. The samples are very enticing.
  • From Waikiki – $549

AIRPORT & EXCURSIONS PACKAGE 3 – Scenic Tour

  • Airport Arrival and Departure transfers
  • Round trip to USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center
  • Round trip to Ala Moana Center
  • Half day scenic tour: Nuuanu Pali Lookout, Waimanalo, Makapuu, Halona Blow Hole, Kahala, Diamond Head Lookout.
  • From Waikiki – $549

Tour Add-on Option: Ask your driver to drop you off at the Maui Divers Jewelry Design Center for a complimentary 20-minute tour and gift. The tour includes a short film about the discovery of Hawaii’s precious corals and you’ll see skilled artisans as they create authentic Hawaiian and pearl jewelry. Maui Divers will return you to your Waikiki hotel after the tour.

Please call us at 808-947-0077 to arrange an Excursion Package.

Our concierge will help you plan your airport transfers as well as the departures for each part of your Package. For your return trips, please call 808-233-3333 or book via our App (iOS or Android). Please note: it may take 20-30 minutes for your return taxi to arrive at attractions like Pearl Harbor, Kualoa Ranch, and Hanauma Bay.

Not included in package prices:

  • Attraction Admission fees. We can arrange admission to attractions on your behalf if you wish. Just let our concierge know when you plan your excursions.
  • Malasadas and Shave Ice.
  • Fresh flower lei greeting $9 per person additional

Excursion Package trips do not include extra stops or route deviations unless specified. Driver will charge regular meter rate for the trip if any extra stops or route deviations are requested. No other discounts apply. Gratuities and G.E. Tax not included.

Package rates are valid for a minivan with up to 5 passengers with bags (1 suitcase & carry-on per person).

$5.00 extra charge for each bicycle, golf bag, surfboard or items over 80 pounds, or over 10 cubic feet in size. Driver will charge $5.00 each for additional terminal drop-offs. Passengers who damage or soil the taxi will be responsible for a $350 cleaning fee.


CHARTER TOURS

For a truly personal experience, you can charter a private tour to the destinations and attractions of your choosing. Your personal driver will take you anywhere you want to go and be on call for as long as you need.

Charter rates:

  • Minivan:          $65
  • SUV or Limo:  $97
  • Sprinter Van:  $106
  • SUV Limo:      $120

Rates are hourly and do not include 15% tax or gratuity.

MORE UNIQUE DESTINATIONS

‘Iolani Palace

Commissioned for construction by King David Kalakaua, ‘Iolani Palace is the only royal palace in the United States. Construction was completed in 1882, and featured electricity, indoor plumbing, incandescent lighting, and telephones, making it one of the world’s modern structures of the 19th century. Following extensive research and structural and furnishings restoration, the palace was reopened to the public as a museum in 1978.

The Pacific War Memorial

The Pacific War Memorial is a bronze replica of the National Iwo Jima Memorial at Newington, Connecticut. Dedicated on March 16, 2002 at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, the monument immortalizes the timeless photograph depicting the raising of the American Flag at Mt. Suribachi during the WWII Battle of Iwo Jima.

Still & Moving Center

Still & Moving Center is a peaceful oasis in the midst of bustling Kaka’ako, perfect for relaxing, rejuvenating, and enriching body and mind. A comprehensive wellness center, Still & Moving offers over 70 classes/week including Yoga, Tai chi, Meditation, Aerial Yoga, Belly dance, Nia and more. Hawaiian cultural activities are led by a traditionally trained Kumu Hula, including Hula and the healing practice of Lomilomi massage.

Pu’u o Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site

The Pu’u o Mahuka Heiau, or “hill of escape,” is the largest heiau on Oahu. Overlooking beautiful Waimea Bay, this two-acre ancient Hawaiian temple provides a spectacular panoramic view of the North Shore to Kaena Point.

La’ie Point

Located on a small peninsula just past the Polynesian Cultural Center, La’ie Point offers expansive panoramic views of the Windward Coast, Koolau Mountains, and parts of the North Shore.

Byodo-In Temple

The Byodo-In Temple sits just below the 2000-foot Koolau Mountains in the Valley of the Temples. Built in the 1960’s, this tranquil Buddhist temple is a replica of the 950-year old Byodo-In Temple in Uji, Japan. It was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first Japanese immigrant workers who came to work on the Hawaii sugar plantation fields.

Diamond Head Lighthouse

The original Diamond Head Lighthouse was constructed in 1899. Today, a reconstructed 55-foot lighthouse sits 147 feet above sea level, and marks the finish life of the biennial Trans Pacific Yacht Race that starts 2,225 miles away in Long Beach, California. Now operated by the US Coast guard, the lighthouse features 60,000 candlepower and 18-mile visibility.

Hanauma Bay Nature Reserve

Hanauma Bay Nature Reserve was once a volcanic crater that has been eroded by waves and time. Today, the protected cove has been transformed into a Nature Preserve and Marine Life Conservation District featuring pristine waters, vibrant coral reefs, and hundreds of unique marine life and fish including the majestic Honu (Hawaiian green sea turtle) and Humu-humu-nuku-nuku-apua’a (trigger fish).

Halona Cove and Blow Hole

Hiding along the scenic coastline of South Oahu is the Halona Cove and Blow Hole. A 30-foot geyser of ocean water erupts from an underwater lava tube. The small cove to the bottom right of the Blow Hole is the site of the love scene from the Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr movie From Here to Eternity.

Lyon Arboretum

The University of Hawaii Lyon Arboretum is a lush, 200-acre botanical garden located in upper Manoa Valley. Featuring spectacular island trees, flora, birds, and wildlife, the Lyon Arboretum and Botanical Garden is the only university botanical garden located in a tropical rainforest.

Honolulu Museum

Once the family home of Anna Rice Cooke, the Honolulu Academy of Arts was founded in 1927, and has since become Hawaii’s premiere art museum, with over 50,000 collected works. The Hawaii-style building, now registered as a National and State Historic site, was redesigned by New York architect Bertram Goodhue, and features off-white exteriors, tiled roofs, and airy showcases that highlight the museum’s mission style.

Pu’u ‘Ualaka’a Park

Pu’u ‘Ualaka’a Park on Mt. Tantalus offers sweeping panoramic views of southern Oahu, including Diamond Head, Waikiki, downtown Honolulu, Punchbowl Crater, and the Honolulu International Airport. This is also the famous picnic spot featured in the Elvis Presley film Blue Hawaii.