Waikiki Beach
Waikiki Beach
Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach Tours and Tickets

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For decades, Waikiki Beach has been Oahu’s tourist mecca thanks to its palm-fringed white-sand beaches and high-rise luxury hotels that stretch from downtown Honolulu east toward the towering Diamond Head. Here all the spoils of Hawaiian beach life—from sunbathing and swimming to snorkeling and fruity-cocktail sipping—are within steps of world-class shopping and dining.

  • Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 96815

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What are people saying about Waikiki Beach

Wendy_O, Oct 2023
Fun BYOB sunset cruise!
This was a fun BYOB sunset cruise. The boat was clean, the captain was fun and the deck hands were there to help with photos. We even saw the green flash! I would highly recommend this! I will do it again next time I’m in Honolulu!
Serena_M, Oct 2023
Super Moon on our Sunset Cruise
The crew was amazing. This is the second excursion I've done with them (the other was the amazing Sea Turtle Snorkle), and they are so organized. The boat is clean, the snacks are available, and they take you to the best spots. It was a gorgeous night to see Diamondhead and the super moon.
Amy_A, Aug 2023
Fireworks cruise
We loved the fireworks from the boat! Captains were very relaxed and there were 9 of us. Only downside no bathroom. Boat was very clean and was a nice cruise for the price
Bailey_B, Nov 2023
Family time in Honolulu!!!!!
Great day with the family on the glass bottom boat ride. The weather was beautiful and we had an amazing time!!!!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Waikiki Beach tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Waikiki Beach can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Waikiki Beach 2024?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Waikiki Beach costs USD 129.00. Guided Waikiki Beach tours start around USD 129.00 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Is Waikiki Beach worth going to?
A:Yes. Waikiki Beach has been an iconic destination since the 1950s. With an abundance of opportunities to surf, paddleboard, and soak up the sun, the beach truly captures the beauty of Hawaii. Plus, virtually every hotel and resort has sea views, as they line the entire curve of the bay.
Q:Can you walk the entire Waikiki Beach?
A:Yes, you can walk across Waikiki Beach. This is a great way to explore the beach, complete with its sparkling blue waters and golden sands that stretch for 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) around the bay. You'll encounter a bustling boardwalk and plenty of shops and bars along the way.
Q:What are the best months to visit Waikiki Beach?
A:Skip Waikiki’s high season of December to March if you want to avoid big crowds and high prices. Try October and November for far fewer crowds and temperatures around 85°F (29°C). As an alternative, try April and May when the crowds haven't picked up again for summer.
Q:How do you spend a day at Waikiki Beach?
A:Start the day with a refreshing dip in the ocean, followed by a stroll along the beach to admire the views of Diamond Head. After brunch at one of the many cafés, consider trying to surf or paddleboard. At sunset, grab a cocktail from a beachside bar.
Q:What tours can you do from Waikiki Beach?
A:There are plenty of tours from Waikiki Beach. For ocean-based activities, a snorkeling tour is perfect for discovering the colorful marine life or take a glass-bottom boat if you want to stay dry. Adrenaline junkies might want to hike up Diamond Head or take a scenic helicopter flight.
Q:Can you walk on Waikiki Beach at night?
A:Yes, you can walk on Waikiki Beach at night—it's much calmer and quieter than during the day. It's safe to wander around at night along the beach, and the warm Hawaiian breeze against your skin is nothing short of magical. It's even better if you can catch the sunset, too.