Waikiki was once the playground of Hawaiian royalty but today is a bustling tourist hub with world-class shopping, dining, entertainment and resorts. Waikiki's calm waters are the perfect spot for surfing lessons or grab a canoe and explore the local coves and inlets. Leahi (Diamond Head) crater sits prominently behind Waikiki. Take the opportunity to explore the 175 steps and walking trails of this 100,000-year-old historic site. The iconic Moana Surfrider Hotel is a historic Waikiki venue situated on the beach front. Savour a cocktail or appreciate a slow-cooked prime steak at one of the hotels premier restaurants. Waikiki's elegant block, 2100 Kalakaua Avenue, is known locally as Luxury Row and the finest collection of luxury brands are situated here. The Polynesian Cultural Center tells the story of island life and history from each of the Hawaiian Islands through dance and storytelling. Try traditional Poi, a Hawaiian staple or partake in a lei making class.
Located north-west of Waikiki, Pearl Harbour is an emotive reminder of World War II. Blitzed by the Japanese Navy in 1941, over 2,000 people lost their lives in these battles. Today a national memorial and museum complex solemnly pays homage to these men and women. One hour east from Waikiki and synonymous with crystal clear water, Hanauma Bay is perfect for snorkelling and swimming with over 450 species of colourful tropical fish. North of Waikiki, the Banzai Pipeline is considered one of the most dangerous reef breaks in the world. Many upcoming surfers take their chance on the choppy waters to prove their ability, a mind-blowing spectacle to watch. If a competition is not in progress, relax under the Hawaiian sun on the accompanying Ehukai Beach.
Our car rental suppliers in Waikiki include Alamo and Hertz.
Our supplier depots are conveniently located at Honolulu International Airport, as well as several locations around Waikiki. Enter your details in the search form to find a car hire depot convenient to you.
Like most Hawaiian cities parking areas in Waikiki are limited and can quickly become congested. In the city centre, some limited on-street parking is available and prices range from $1-$6 per hour. Various private garages dot the beach and provide a good value alternative from $8 per 24 hours.
There are currently no toll roads on the island of Oahu.
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