"Diamond Head" Tour
Diamond Head Lighthouse- Leahi Beach Park- Kapiolani Park- Kaimana Beach
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*Maximum tour size of 6.
Explore from beautiful Waikiki to the scenic oceanfront cliffs of Diamond Head on an all-terrain hoverboard!
Diamond Head Tour
Enjoy a 2-hour guided all-terrain self-balancing hoverboard tour of Waikiki to the oceanfront cliffs past Diamond Head lighthouse. On the perfect platform for sightseeing and adventure, you’ll hover over Waikiki’s sandy pathways, grassy areas, and sidewalks and learn about the scenic highlights from your expert guide. Less in-depth with history and culture and without audio headsets like our signature tours have, this faster tour focuses more on the excitement of riding, fun facts, and beautiful photo opportunities.
The small group tour takes a fun path around the less crowded naturally scenic areas of Waikiki to Amelia Earhart lookout with views of East Oahu, neighbor islands, and sometimes whales in the winter months. Hover past the Honolulu Aquarium, neoclassical War memorial, Historic Kapiolani Bandstand, massive banyan trees, charming cottages, outrigger canoes off Kaimana Beach, 100’ tall palm tree groves, nearly secluded beach parks, popular surfing & snorkeling spots, and enjoy wonderful oceanfront views of Waikiki.
Meet your guide and learn to hoverboard in front of the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki. With a little practice, controlling the hoverboard becomes intuitive with a slight shift of weight or tilt of the bar taking you where you want to go. Effortlessly glide past a life-size statue of Queen Kapiolani before entering the park dedicated to her in 1877. The park is home to the Honolulu Shell Amphitheater, Royal Hawaiian Band bandstand, Honolulu Aquarium, Zoo, sculptures, massive trees, and many festivals and events such as the Honolulu Marathon.
Ride through an alley of exceptional ironwood trees and stop to take a profile pic worthy photo at Diamond Heads most photogenic location. Hover over the grass and under palm trees, fragrant plumeria, flowering Rainbow Shower, and large monkeypod while enjoying the island views.
Learn about the area while stopping to rest at a quiet local beach park then enjoy the historic french norman tutor cottages near the Gold Coast. Glide up past the Diamond Head lighthouse to take in views from the ocean cliffs. See a popular south shore surfing and kiteboarding spot and find out popular places to visit after the tour.
Enjoy breathtaking views of Waikiki on the ride back along the boardwalk past popular local beach Kaimana, War Memorial and Natatorium, Queens Beach, and more!
All-terrain self balancing electric hoverboard use and training.
Expert guide for small group tour.
Helmet use. Please contact us in advance for extra large or small requirements.
What to bring?
Comfortable shoes. Flip flops ok, but since you'll stand a lot, sneakers are better.
Sunglasses and sunscreen.
Small water, if wanted (max size able to fit unit pouch is a 16.9oz/500ml bottle).
Parent/ guardian to sign waiver if under 18 years old. (Must be at least 16).
Small items (wallet, phone, camera, etc) that can fit in a small pouch on front of unit (not big enough for purse). No lockers at start so you'll need to carry anything you bring that won't fit in pouch. Pack light.
Must be at least 16 years old per Hawaii law.
Cannot be pregnant.
Weigh between 100 lbs and 250 lbs.
All participants must sign a liability release waiver. If a minor, guardian must sign.
Must wear a provided helmet at all times.
Full refund with 72 hours notice. Also receive a full refund in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
Rest assured that tours usually run rain or shine. Light tropical showers are common on the island, and we will not cancel because of them. Only in extreme weather do we cancel our tours.
Directions & Arrival
Please arrive 5 minutes prior to tour time to sign waiver and get fitted for helmet. Tour starts near the front of the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki. The zoo is conveniently located in Kapiolani Park, just across the street from the beach on the southern (Diamond Head) side of Waikiki. 151 Kapahulu Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815. To view a map of the location, click here.