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Hidden Honolulu Bike Tour

Price USD$72.11


Hidden Honolulu Bike Tour
Check out some of Honolulu?s off-the-beaten-path attractions on this three-hour bike tour with a local guide. If you?re spending most of your time in Waikiki during your Hawaii vacation, this is a great chance to see more of the city. During the 10-mile (16-km) ride, pedal along the Ala Moana Beach Path, stop by a local surf spot, see the murals of Kakaako, and admire the stately historical buildings of the Hawaii Capital Historic District. Plus, treat yourself to some shaved ice at one of Oahu?s best shops, if you wish. This bike tour is limited to 10 participants, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience.

In either the morning or afternoon, depending on your booking selection, make your way to the bike shop in Waikiki to get ready for your Honolulu bike tour. Meet your friendly guide, who will give you a helmet and match you to your bike, helping you adjust the seat to your height.

Listen to a brief introduction about the tour route before taking off with your small group to explore the city. During the three-hour bike ride, see some of Honolulu?s top sights and hear stories and facts about the city?s culture and history from your knowledgeable guide.

On the Ala Moana Beach Path, ride along the beach ? a local favorite ? enjoying the warm Hawaiian breeze on your skin. Stop at Point Panic, a surf spot mostly known only to locals that?s accessible by foot or bike. Check out the views of Waikiki and Diamond Head, and watch the daredevils riding the waves.

In urban Kakaako, once a gritty neighborhood of industrial warehouses that?s now an art district, ride past murals painted by international artists. Then enter the Hawaiian Capital Historic District in downtown Honolulu, where old buildings and important monuments stand. Stop to see and learn about the history of the landmarks, which include the Mission Houses, Kawaiahao Church, ?Iolani Palace, the King Kamehameha statue and the state capitol building.

After pedaling to Chinatown, take a short break to rest your legs, and then ride back toward Waikiki, making your way through Thomas Square, a National Register of Historic Places-listed park. Admire its fountain and banyan trees, and then ride past the Honolulu Art Museum and through several residential neighborhoods on the way to the Waiola Store, home of some of Hawaii?s best shaved ice.

Purchase some shaved ice if you wish (own expense), and then pedal the final stretch on a car-free bike path along the Ala Wai Canal, where locals in Hawaiian outrigger canoes get a workout.

Your tour ends when you arrive back at the bike shop.

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Check out some of Honolulu?s off-the-beaten-path attractions on this three-hour bike tour with a local guide. If you?re spending most of your time in Waikiki during your Hawaii vacation, this is a great chance to see more of the city. During the 10-mile (16-km) ride, pedal along the Ala Moana Beach Path, stop by a local surf spot, see the murals of Kakaako, and admire the stately historical buildings of the Hawaii Capital Historic District. Plus, treat yourself to some shaved ice at one of Oahu?s best shops, if you wish. This bike tour is limited to 10 participants, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience.