Visiting Oahu? All Aboard the Surf Bus!
The Surf Bus will take you on a tour of the Oahu’s north shore, and show you all of the activities available to you. There are different activity destinations, and the surf bus will set you up on one of them. After the tour the Surf Bus will take you to a destination of your choosing and leave you to have fun in the sun for 2 and a half hours. The Surf Bus will then pick you up, and take you to lunch in Haleiwa, before you are taken back to your hotel.
Surf Bus Schedule
Bus Available – 7 days a week
Pick-up Time – 8:30 to 9:00 am
Bus Runs – 7 hours
Pick-up – The Waikiki Hotel
The Surf Bus is more than just some basic public transportation. Yes sir, the surf bus has plenty to offer. Below are a list of a few of the things that are included in your Surf Bus fare.
- Tour of Oahu’s North Shore
- Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off
- Cold Fruit Juice and Bottled Water
- Life Vests and Reef Shoes
- Lockers Onboard the Bus to hold personal items
The Surf Bus caters to everyone. On the premises you can rent a variety of gear for your day of adventure. The Surf Bus rents extra gear for a small fee. They alos offer guided tours and private surfing lessons. Prices depend on the equipment, but a list of whats available can be found below:
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- Entry to Wiamea Park
- Mountain Bikes
- Snorkeling equipment
- Stand-up paddleboards
- Surf Boards
- A Personal Guide
- Surfing Lessons
Stops on the Surf Bus Route
The Cove – White sand beaches spanning 7 miles where one can ride bikes, snorkel and kayak
The Ridgeline – A horseback, hiking, or biking adventure, where you will travel in the mountainous region with guides who will lead you through lush, green, forests with views of the beautiful ocean and landscapes.
Waimea Falls Valley: You can swim or hike the paved path in the sun and view the beautiful Polynesian plant life. The end of the trail holds the beautiful surprise of the pool at the base of the falls where you can cool off with a well deserved swim.
The Beach at Waimea Bay – Swim, and snorkel with tropical fish, dolphins, and turtles, or use the boogie boards, in the crystal clear water.
Haleiwa – Paddle a kayak to the secluded beach where they film lost and visit the Taro Plantation, enjoy a leisurely swim, jet ski, or take surfing lessons from the experts.