- Open-air, double-decker bus tour of Honolulu's holiday light displays
- Complement the festive light displays with holiday music from the provided ear buds
- Disembark the bus at Honolulu Hale and get an up-close look at the city's legendary seasonal decorations
What You Can Expect
Relax on the bus listening to classic holiday tunes through complimentary ear buds as it makes a complete loop, giving you an up-close view of the sparkling display. After making the 30-minute loop through the Ward Entertainment Center, head to the Honolulu Hale, located on Punchbowl Street, where you can hop off for a half-hour to explore.
Hawaii’s laid-back vibe is on full display at Honolulu Hale, the seat of the city's government and the focal point of the holiday celebrations. On the lawns surrounding the government building, you can spot palm trees strung with lights, oversize gingerbread men and a barefoot Santa flashing the “shaka” sign. Enter the actual Hale building to view the handmade wreath competition and trees decorated in the year's theme. A local tradition, the family-friendly celebration also includes rides for little ones and a giant Christmas tree, adorned with twinkling lights and Hawaii-themed ornaments. Spend as much time as you’d like enjoying the local celebration, before hopping back on the bus to the stop nearest to your hotel.
Eggs N Things (Saratoga) - 6:20pm
Duke’s Statue - 6:30pm
Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel - 6:40pm
Ohana West Hotel - 6:45pm
Waikiki Courtyard - 6:50pm
Return to Waikiki - 8pm