Waikiki Trolley

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Waikiki Trolley Trolley is an Oahu-based transportation company that shuttles Hawaii visitors and local passengers throughout Waikiki, Honolulu and East Oahu on four separate lines. The company began operations on April 19, 1986, with two trolley cars.[1] Today the company maintains a fleet of more than 50 trolleys,[2] the majority being reproductions of classic San Francisco cable cars with authentic brass and wood trimmings. The fleet also includes double-decker buses used exclusively for the Red and Blue lines.

Multi-day trolley passes allow unlimited boarding privileges on all four lines for either four days or seven days. Single-day passes also allow unlimited boarding on all four lines. Separate prices are charged for adults, seniors, Kama’aina (local residents) and children.

Boarding passes can be purchased at most hotel concierge or activity desks on Oahu. They can also be purchased at dedicated Waikiki Trolley booths in the T Galleria by DFS and at the Royal Hawaiian Center. These booths sell souvenir logo items along with tickets for sightseeing and shopping trips conducted by E Noa Tours, the Waikiki Trolley’s sister company.

Waikiki Trolley customer service representatives are available at the following locations and times:

  • T Galleria by DFS – 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday;
  • Royal Hawaiian Center – 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily;
  • Ala Moana Center (ocean side trolley stop) – 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday;
  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue – 8 a.m. to noon daily.

Information is available by calling (808) 593-2822. The number for lost and found items is (808) 926-7604.

The Waikiki Trolley’s sister company is E Noa Tours, which conducts full-day and half-day sightseeing and shopping excursions on Oahu.

Lines[edit]

Red Line: Historic Honolulu Sightseeing Tour[edit]

Stops:

  • Ilikai Hotel & Suites
  • T Galleria by DFS
  • Moana Surfrider
  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue
  • Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel
  • Honolulu Museum of Art
  • State Capitol/Iolani Palace
  • Aloha Tower Marketplace
  • Chinatown
  • King Kamehameha Statue
  • Ward Warehouse
  • Ward Centre
  • Ala Moana Center (ocean side)

Green Line: Scenic Diamond Head Sightseeing Tour[edit]

Stops:

  • T Galleria by DFS
  • Moana Surfrider
  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue
  • Honolulu Zoo/Kapiolani Park
  • Waikiki Aquarium
  • Diamond Head Surf Lookout
  • Kahala Mall
  • Diamond Head Crater (inside)
  • Diamond Head Lookout (outside)
  • Farmers’ Market (Saturdays only)
  • Diamond Head Market & Grill
  • King Kalakaua Plaza

Blue Line: Panoramic Coastline Tour[edit]

Stops:

  • Hilton Hawaiian Village
  • T Galleria by DFS
  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue
  • Hanauma Bay
  • Halona Blow Hole/”From Here to Eternity” Lookout
  • Sandy Beach
  • Sea Life Park
  • Hawaii Kai Lookout
  • Kahala Mall

Pink Line: Waikiki/Ala Moana Center Shopping Shuttle[edit]

Stops:

  • T Galleria by DFS
  • Moana Surfrider
  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue
  • Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel
  • Hilton Waikiki Beach Hotel
  • Ohana Waikiki West Hotel
  • Courtyard by Marriott
  • King Kalakaua Plaza (Olohana Street)
  • Saratoga Road (Waikiki Post Office)
  • Hilton Hawaiian Village
  • Aqua Palms Waikiki
  • Ala Moana Center – Nordstrom
  • Ala Moana Center (ocean side)
  • Ilikai Hotel & Suites
  • Hilton Hawaiian Village
  • Saratoga Road (Trump Hotel)
  • Hard Rock Café

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About the Waikiki Trolley". Retrieved 2012-07-25. 
  2. ^ "Waikiki Trolley". Retrieved 2014-05-06. 

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