* Stop 2 Moana Surfrider not serviced from 3:30PM – 5:30PM. Please go to Stop 3 Duke Kahanamoku Statue.
** Stop 11 Aqua Palms Waikiki and 14 Ilikai Hotel do not have a Waikiki Trolley stop signs. Please wait in front of the hotel for vehicle.
Please note :
- One Way Cash Fare (Pay cash as you hop onboard, exact change required) Adult $2.00 Child $2.00.
- Trolleys arrive every 10 minutes – allow 1 hour to ride it as a circle tour.
Enjoy unlimited boarding and re-boarding privileges for as long as your pass is valid.
Discover historic sites, beautiful scenery, and world-class shops and restaurants through our lines.
Lunch is held in different locations depending on the tour. The locations have been carefully selected to enhance your tour experience.
Our trolley lines have trolleys that are equipped with wheelchair lifts for people who require them. For more information about availability and schedules, please contact our customer service representatives (also known as Aloha Ambassadors) at DFS Galleria Waikiki, Ala Moana Center (Nordstrom and ocean side stops) or Hilton Hawaiian Village.
The driver will control the lift and help you get on board the trolley.
The driver will attach the wheel chair to the lift.
The lift will go up.
The driver will take you to the designated spot aboard the trolley.
1. I purchased 4 Waikiki Trolley passes on line and they all have my name on them. Can my family/friends still use them?
Yes, the purchaser’s name will appear on the pass for our records but does not need to match the user.
2. I purchased my Waikiki Trolley tickets on line but I don’t have access to a printer. What do I do?
Come to our convenient Waikiki Trolley Ticket Booth in Waikiki and we will be able to issue your tickets. (See FAQ #3 for ticket booth locations.)
3. Where can I buy Waikiki Trolley tickets in Waikiki?
T Galleria by DFS on the corner of Royal Hawaiian Ave and Kalakaua Ave. The ticket booth and depot are in the garage level accessed through the back lobby of the building.
4. Can I buy tickets on board The Waikiki Trolley?
Yes you can!
5. Are there any limitations to getting on and off the trolleys?
With a valid pass, your re-boarding privileges are unlimited. Stay on or get off at any designated Waikiki Trolley stop you want at any time.
6. If I use a wheelchair, can I ride The Waikiki Trolley?
Yes! All our Pink and Blue Line vehicles are wheelchair friendly. On our Red, Green, and Purple lines there is one wheelchair lift-equipped trolley per line so these trolleys come by at a bit longer interval. Feel free to call our depot at 808-926-7604 to find out when the next ADA vehicle is arriving!
7. Do I have to use my 4-day pass on four consecutive days?
You can use your 4-day pass in any four-day combination within a 7-day period.
8. Do I have to use my 7-day pass on 7 consecutive days?
You can use your 7-day pass in any seven-day combination within a 10-day period.
9. Where can I find assistance?
There are Waikiki Trolley Customer Service Representatives located at two stops throughout the Honolulu area. They are available at the following locations:
T GALLERIA BY DFS: MON-SAT 8:00AM-9:00PM, SUN 8:00AM-8:00PM
ALA MOANA CENTER (ocean side): MON-SAT 9:00AM-10:00PM, SUN & HOLIDAYS 9:00AM-8:00PM
10. Does the Waikiki Trolley go to the Arizona Memorial?
As of April 1, 2016 The Waikiki Trolley’s new Purple Line will service a stop across from The Arizona Memorial, with access to the USS Missouri and The Pacific Aviation Museum.
11. Does The Waikiki Trolley go to Hanauma Bay?
Yes we do. However, Hanauma Bay is a nature preserve and the number of visitors allowed is strictly controlled by the City of Honolulu. The Waikiki Trolley can bring you to the top rim of the crater for some awesome photo taking but we cannot just drop you off. If you came with us, you must leave with us!
12. Does the Waikiki Trolley go to Diamond Head so I can hike to the summit?
Yes! Take our Green Line. It goes right into the crater and will come back later to whisk you back to Waikiki.
13. Can The Waikiki Trolley take me from Honolulu International Airport to Waikiki or from Waikiki to Honolulu International Airport?
At this point in time, The Waikiki Trolley does not service Honolulu International Airport.
14. Does The Waikiki Trolley go to Aulani Disney Resort and Spa?
Disney Aulani Resort is on the West side of O’ahu. The Waikiki Trolley services the Waikiki, Downtown, and Eastern Coastline. Please call Aulani for your best transportation option.
Waikiki Trolley covers most major attractions and major shopping malls on the island of Oahu. If you’ve visited Waikiki before, you’ve likely seen our classic trolleys shuttling visitors about Honolulu. Hop aboard to discover the fun places of our island paradise!
Our drivers are locals, officially certified in Hawaiian lore by the State of Hawaii. They make tours fun, enjoyable and safe. But don't take our word for it. Better yet, try one of our tours and see for yourself.
Experience Hawaii's largest mall, Ala Moana Center, a multi-million square foot open air mall that includes just about everything including luxury goods, department stores, boutiques, bars, restaurants and food court. The Pink Line also services other favorite shopping destinations including DFS Galleria, Royal Hawaiian Center, Waikiki Beach Walk and Hilton Hawaiian Village.
T Galleria by DFS is the ultimate luxury shopping destination, bringing together world-class brands and unparalleled client services.
Brand boutiques include Dior, Hermes, Burberry, Bvlgari, Cartier, Fendi, Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo. Visitors can choose from jewelery & watches, apparel, cosmetics and other items. DFS Galleria Waikiki is conveniently located in the heart of Waikiki.
Ala Moana Center is the world’s largest open-air shopping center with 2.4-million-square-feet of retail space. Anchored by Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Macy’s, it is home to more than 340 stores and restaurants, including an extensive selection of international and luxury brands, one-of-a-kind specialty stores and more than 80 dining options.
Duke Kahanamoku, the ambassador of Hawaii’s Aloha Spirit, is honored on the beach of Waikiki. Nearby are two major hotels, the Hyatt Regency Waikiki and the Sheraton Moana Surfrider. This stop is also available on the Red and Pink Lines. A statue was erected in his honor on the shores of Waikiki Beach, and is a popular landmark for tourists and locals alike.
The Moana Surfrider was Waikiki’s first real hotel and sits on the land where the last of the royal residences, built by Prince Jonah Kuhio, once sat. It boasts European architecture, with Ionic columns and elaborate woodwork. Its defining feature is its majestic verandas and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The first electric elevator in the islands was installed at the Moana and is still in use today.
Waikiki Trolley’s Saratoga Road stop might look like just an ordinary stop, but it’s location is quite unique in many ways. For one, it’s located near Waikiki’s more unique shops and boutiques. For another, it’s near Waikiki’s newest property: Trump Tower. The Saratoga Road stop is also convenient for guests staying at the Outrigger Reef on the Beach, the Halekulani and other nearby hotels. Don’t forget to visit the Hawaii Army Museum!
Hopefully, if you make a trip to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, you manage to get tickets to take the boat ride over to the USS Arizona Memorial which sits atop the actual remains and ruins of the USS Arizona ship. The man at the ticket/information booth said the 2000 tickets for the day were all distributed by 9:15 this morning, but we lucked out by standing at the desk just as someone came to return some tickets i think they were from NavalBase.org. You can reserve in advance or come at a first come, first served basis starting at 7:00 a.m. The memorial is a simple yet tasteful tribute to all those who lost their lives. Of course, the mood is quiet and somber. You stand there and find it hard to fathom that there are so many still entombed beneath you in the wreckage and ruins.
What a humbling experience. Visiting the USS Arizona was amazing, especially to know that the boat was still under the water below you. The informational video and museums all around Pearl Harbor were also very helpful. It's crazy to think that you can still see the oil in the water, 70 years later.
Although I'd visited before, this memorial always strikes a chord of patriotism. The Arizona memorial itself is sobering when you think of how many unsuspecting servicemen were killed that day. The movie and museum before traveling out to the Arizona memorial by boat are both worth the time.
This was so moving and so well done. The exhibits and museums were so informative and well displayed. At the memorial it was so surreal. You really felt the loss of those who suffered in this horrific hsitorical event. The actual monument is free but be careful of the other costs if you wish to go to the Battleship Missouri or the Submarine. Don't bring any purses or backpacks because nothuing is allowed inside the exhibit areas. Cameras are allowed but not the cases. Go early so to get into the memorial.