With two start locations at both ends of Waikiki, we explore two uniquely beautiful areas. Choose your favorite or why not see both!
Explore one of the most beautiful places on the planet!
Your Guide to Waikiki
We stop at many of the must see spots!
1. South / Central Waikiki Revealed
Your island adventure awaits you on one of our scenic south / central Waikiki tours. Starting from near the front of the Honolulu Zoo, hover up to the panoramic cliffs of Diamond Head with spectacular views of neighbor islands, Koko Head Crater, and sometimes whales in the winter months. Hear ancient chants and feel the mana at former Hawaiian sacrificial temple locations. Explore historic Kapiolani park, originally a horse racetrack created by King Kalakaua in the 1800’s. Discover the Gold Coast’s multi-million dollar mansions, penthouses, and charming historic cottages. Ride through off the path residential neighborhoods to a hidden nearly secluded beach and along a former horse carriage pathway under giant ironwood trees. Stop at surfing and outrigger canoe club viewpoints. See the Neoclassical War Memorial and Natatorium, ride through massive century old banyan trees and so much more!
To explore this area choose one of these tours- Aloha, Wiki, Sunset, Diamond Head, or Intro.
Louise Dillingham Fountain
Golden Shower Tree and Hibiscus Flower bushes in bloom during the summer. A Hawaii Hoverboarding Tour stop on all Waikiki tours.
400' Queens Beach Breakwater
A great place to see tropical fish along the shaded side. Don't worry, only the extreme Hoverboarding tour rides all the way to the end...Just kidding!
The 1927 Royal Hawaiian Hotel
An upscale hotel with Spanish-Moorish style architecture.
Sunset on the Beach Movie Frame
Remnant of a city sponsored outdoor movie summer event. Special events are still held here occasionally, such as the Hawaii 5-0 season premier.
Outdoor Surfboard Locker
The lucky few get to keep their massive longboards steps away from the famous Canoe's surf break in Waikiki.
Monkeypod Tree at Kapiolani Park
One of many beautiful monkeypod trees in Waikiki. Loved for their massive shading canopy with leaves that open by day and close at night. Pink powder puff flowers on top in the summer. You can't miss them on all Waikiki hoverboarding tours.
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana 'ole
Popularly remembered as “Prince of the People” he had a home across the street. He attempted to overthrow the Republic of Hawai'i, was charged with treason, went to jail, joined the British army, then became Hawaii's second Delegate to the United States Congress.
Kapiolani Park Dragonfly Sculpture
The beautifully designed park sculpture is a nod to Waikiki's former watery landscape. The Ala Wai canal later dried up the area for future development. We pass by this on all Waikiki Hoverboarding Tours.
Known as "the first lady of Waikiki", the oldest surviving hotel in Waikiki. Opened 1901, the Moana Surfrider, originally the Moana Hotel marked the beginning of tourism in Waikiki.
Waikiki's 80 Degree Summer Water
Just past the Queens beach surf break is one of the many catamaran sails and Atlantis Submarine transport boats. A view as we hover along the Kapiolani beach boardwalk on all Waikiki tours.
Waikiki's Iconic Diamond Head
Rising 761' the iconic Diamond head is a symbol of Waikiki's volcanic past. Military bunkers and pillboxes are still visible in and on the extinct tuff cone volcano. Once used to defend Honolulu and Oahu from potential attacks. You won't miss this landmark on all Waikiki Tours!
Ride through Indian Banyon Tree
One of many massive exceptional Indian Banyon trees in Kapiolani Park. Most are over 100 years old and non-native to Hawaii. Not to be missed on all Waikiki's Hawaii Hoverboarding Tours.
Flowers love Hawaii's warm tropical climate and can be seen all over Waikiki. Rainbow shower, and plumeria of all colors are also frequently seen from any of our Waikiki Hoverboarding Tours.
War Memorial Park and Natatorium
Completed in 1927 and once held the largest saltwater pool in the US. All Waikiki Hoverboarding tour excursions include a quick stop here.
Diamond Head Lookout
From the top of Diamond Head Lookout a view eastward. Koko Head containing Hanauma bay, Koko Crater (Kohelepelepe), black point and the beach below are visible. On clear days neighbor islands can be seen as well as whales in winter months. A stop on "Aloha" and "Sunset" Hawaii Hoverboarding Waikiki Tours.
Waikiki Beach Indian Banyon Tree
Across from the Hula Mound in Waikiki Beach, this huge Indian Banyon Tree shows off it's splendid aerial roots and provides shade for hula dancers.
Surfer on a Wave Statue
Across from the Honolulu Zoo in Waikiki, stands a tribute to Hawaii's past and present surf legacy. Some of the best waves on the planet are found on Oahu. Give it a try after hovering past this statue on all Waikiki Hoverboarding Tours.
Kapiolani Park Bandstand
King Kalakaua dedicated this park to his Queen in 1877. Once containing a horse racetrack it is now home to the Waikiki Shell, Honolulu Zoo, and a bandstand for the Royal Hawaiian Band and others. Explore Kapiolani park on all our Hoverboarding Tours of Waikiki!
2. North Waikiki Revealed
Climb aboard your hoverboard for an exciting north Waikiki tour at the ocean side of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Kahanamoku Lagoon. Glide past a popular local surf break Ala Moana bowls, and view some of the islands finest private yachts at Hawaii's largest boat harbor. Take in the natural beauty of the 100-acre Ala Moana Beach Park riding past palm tree groves, man made lagoons, and many different species of massive "exceptional" designated trees. On the developed side of the park we'll hover by the largest outdoor shopping center in the world and the many new stunning ultra luxury condo high rises. Keeping an eye open for the mega-yachts that sometimes frequent Kewalo Basin Harbor we cruise along the waterfront with an unforgettable view of Diamond Head. See stand up paddle boarders and swimmers along the 1/2 mile golden sand beach park and beautiful views of Waikiki from Magic Island. Hover along the wide Ala Wai canal pathway under exceptional weeping fig trees past the back of the convention center. Stop at a statue of the last King of Hawaii, see large Tiki's of the Hawaiian God of War, ride through the expertly landscaped tropical Fort DeRussy Beach Park and Army Museum. Glide along the sandy beachfront boardwalk past the Hale Koa Hotel and much more!
To explore this area choose one of these tours- Magic, Kakaako Art & Waterfront, or Island.
Ala Moana Beach Park
Hover over curved bridges, lagoons, and under groves of coconut palm trees in Ala Moana Beach Park.
Hilton Hawaiian Village and Lagoon
See the iconic Rainbow tower of the Hilton along with outrigger canoes and the Kahanamoku Lagoon near our starting location.
The faces of the Hawaiian God of War
Memorial to the fallen polynesian warriors with the faces of Ku.
Wonderful views of Diamond Head
Many amazing views of this Waikiki Icon along our ride- Diamond Head.
Weapons of War
Kingdom of Hawaii cannons, WWII tanks, and even a military helicopter at Fort DeRussy.
King David Kalakaua Statue
Hoverboard to this large statue of the last King of Hawaii and learn about his voyage to be the first monarch to circumnavigate the world!
Views along the Ala Wai Canal
Take in the relaxed uncrowded space along the beautiful Ala Wai canal and maybe see outrigger canoe teams practicing.
Coconut Trees and Lagoons
Ala Wai Beach Park's coconut palm trees, artificial lagoons, and massive exceptional trees.
Shaded Weeping Fig Trees along Canal
Take in the Ala Wai Canal under a canopy of exceptional Weeping Fig trees.
Views of DH from Magic Island Lagoon
See the usually uncrowded lagoon "hidden" at the end of Magic Island.
Ala Moana Beach Park
The mile long white sandy beach and calm waters of Ala Moana Beach Park make for some beautiful oceanfront boardwalk hoverboarding.
High Rises from Magic Island View
Many new modern high rises can be seen in the distance from our Magic Hoverboarding Tour.
Hover along the water
Get upfront at a popular surf spot and learn about the history of Kewalo Basin.
Search for turtles and surfers as you effortlessly glide along the water.
A common sight in the beach park
Birds and fish love the lagoons, ponds, and canals of Ala Moana Beach Park.
Carved out of the reef
Calm waters are great for swimming or stand up paddle boarders.
Ala Moana Beach Park Canal
Multi-million dollar condos next to Ala Moana Beach Park canals.
Yachts at Kewalo Basin Harbor
Enjoy the large yachts at the front of Kewalo Basin harbor along our ride.