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TROLLEY

For visitors looking for Waikiki transportation and an easy way to visit nearby attractions, the trolley is an affordable option.  The routes and destinations are not as extensive as TheBus, but the trolley goes to most major visitor attractions and offer tickets for unlimited rides over a certain number of days.    Tickets start at […]

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TAXI

Visitors can find taxi stands at most major Honolulu shopping centers, in the business district and at the airport. Note that rather than hailing a cab, finding taxi stands at major shopping centers and businesses, as well as calling for pick-ups via hotel concierge or phone is the norm in Hawaii.   Starting fare is […]

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CAR

Here are car rental agencies that operate in Honolulu: Alamo:  (808) 833-4585 Budget:  (808) 836-1700 Dollar Rent-a-Car:   (808) 952-4264 Enterprise:  (808) 836-2213 Hertz:    (808) 942-5626 National:  (808) 973-7200 Thrifty:  (877) 283-0898

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BUS

Unlike other major American cities, there is no train or metro subway system in Honolulu. The main mode of public transportation is the bus system run by Oahu’s city transportation known locally as “The Bus” (which consists of 110 routes). Here are the fares (with transfers for up to two connections allowed): – Adult: $2.50 […]