Getting Around Hawai’i

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There are many ways to get around on the Island of O‘ahu.

Public Transportation

The Bus: Typical one-way rides cost $2.25 per person (adult). Visitors have the option of purchasing an unlimited 4-day pass for $25. Visit http://www.thebus.org/ for more information.

Waikiki Trolley: With three different lines and 30 stops, the Trolley is an easy and affordable way to see the sights. Visit http://www.waikikitrolley.com/ for more information.

Taxi Cab

There are several cab companies operating on Oahu. Here are a few:

  • TheCab: TheCAB is positioned as Hawaii’s largest fleet of taxis that provides uninterrupted, island-wide service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. http://www.thecabhawaii.com/ or #(808)422-2222
  • Charley’s Taxi: Charley’s offers Premium transportation and related services for individuals and groups, for all occasions, with flexible scheduling and a multitude of vehicles. http://www.charleystaxi.com/services.html or #(808) 531-1333
  • Honolulu Taxi Service: Honolulu Taxi Service provides many services that will make your transportation needs in Honolulu, Hawaii easier and cheaper. http://honolulu-taxi.com/ or #(808) 699-9999

Rental Car

There are numerous rental car companies located at the Honolulu International Airport and in Waikki. You can find all of the “major” companies including Dollar, Alamo, Thrifty, Enterprise, National, and Budget. Please visit the company’s website for reservations and more information.

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