Historic Hawaii Tour with Holoholo Bicycles

We get a lot of questions about tours in downtown Honolulu, and sadly, there actually aren’t that many available. Fortunately, there’s a new company in town called Holoholo Bicycles and they’re offering bike tours of historic Honolulu and Chinatown. I decided to check it out this past weekend and wow what an awesome experience! This video doesn’t show off all the stops we made, but I tried to fit in some of the main highlights – Aloha Tower, Kaka’ako Waterfront District, Iolani Palace, etc. I used up the battery on my little wannabe GoPro (I may consider investing in the real thing soon) so I couldn’t catch the end of the tour, where we went through the financial district, but you’ll just have to try it out and see for yourself! 😉


2 thoughts on “Historic Hawaii Tour with Holoholo Bicycles

  1. Are there any mountain bike tour or activities on Oahu? What about the other islands…are there any sort of bike/adventure packages that we should consider?

  2. Hi Jeff! On Oahu, we do offer both a mountain bike excursion in Ka’a’awa Valley and a 5-mile downhill bike ride through the Pu’u ‘Ohi’a rainforest. The mountain biking adventure takes you through beautiful Kualoa Ranch to check out a ton of interesting sites, including a WWII bunker and scenic movie locations. The downhill bike ride is in a more centralized location so you get gorgeous views of the island. You can also combine it with a hike and/or a sailing excursion with snorkeling.

    In terms of the other islands, we offer bike tours of the volcano on the Big Island and Mt. Haleakala on Maui. A bike tour really is one of the most unique ways to explore these attractions. Please let us know if you’re interested in making a reservation!

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