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        Honolulu Harbor Airport Shuttle

        Book reservations for airport shuttle, taxi, sedans and limousine service to and from the airport.
        GO Airport Shuttle at Honolulu Harbor
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        SuperShuttle Locations
        Looking for SuperShuttle rides? Learn how you can get connected to the best SuperShuttle shared ride vans, ExecuCar sedans and private vans and view our SuperShuttle transfer locations.

        Honolulu Airport Shuttle Service
        If you find yourself at Pier 2, you're about a quarter of a mile from the marketplace. Walking isn't too hard, but Aloha Tower generally sends a shuttle down for any passengers who want a ride.

        Honolulu Harbor cruise lines and cruise ships
        Below you can find a list of the various cruises that arrive and depart from Oahu, Hawaii.

        Cruise LineCruise Ship
        Norwegian Cruise LinesPride of America
        Holland America LineVeendam
        Statendam
        Oosterdam
        Zaandam
        Volendam
        Noordam
        Amsterdam
        Royal Caribbean
        Explorer of the Seas
        Rhapsody of the Seas
        Radiance of the Seas
        Legend of the Seas
        Princess CruisesPacific Princess
        Star Princess
        Grand Princess
        Ruby Princess
        Sun Princess
        Golden Princess
        Dawn Princess
        Crown Princess
        Carnival Cruises
        Carnival Miracle
        Carnival Legend
        Ocean Dream
        P&O Cruises
        Arcadia
        Cunard CruisesQueen Elizabeth
        Queen Victoria
        Silversea Silver Spirit
        Celebrity CruisesCelebrity Solstice
        Costa CruisesCosta Atlantica
        Costa Luminosa
        Oceania CruisesInsignia
        Disney CruisesDisney Wonder
        Ponant Yacht Cruises & ExpeditionsL'austral

        Shared ride van
        For the outdoor lovers who love engaging in strenuous sporting activities, catching a shared ride van to the Diamond Head is a great way to spend your time in this amazing destination.

        Private van
        A private van ride to the Honolulu Zoo is sure to be an awesome experience to any traveler who loves to bond with nature at its best.

        Private sedan
        If you are looking for a no deposit ride from or to the Honolulu International Airport, then you might as well try out one of our private sedans.

        Local personal driver
        Love history and historical features? Then you need to stop over at Iolani Palace, one of the most famous historical landmarks of this region. This can be facilitated by the services of our local personal drivers.

        Private SUV
        This destination is also pretty rich in sightseeing features. If this is your kind of thing, then you need to try out our private SUVs on your way to the Manoa Falls.

        Taxi cab
        A taxicab is also sure to serve you pretty well on your trip to Waikiki, a place with lush hotels that punctuate the beaches. It is a sight to behold.

        Stretched limousine
        If at all there is one particular destination that you should not leave this region without visiting, then it certainly is Pearl Harbor. If you intend to do it in style, why not try out our stretched limousines.

        Bus
        Honolulu Fish Auction are also some worthwhile places to be in. You may need a bus to get there more conveniently.

        Cruise PortsHonolulu Harbor
        Honolulu Harbor Shuttles
        Honolulu Harbor shuttle to the airport
        Oahu, Hawaii isn’t the largest Hawaiian island, but it arguably has the most to do. Combining old Hawaiian charm with modern conveniences, you don’t want to miss this island on your tropical vacation. And there’s no better way to get there than by cruise ship.

        More distance excursions around the island can be arranged through tour buses, but if you want to strike out on your own, a rental car is probably your best bet. Enterprise and Hertz both run shuttles from the piers to their offices.

        The closest international airport to Honolulu Harbor is Honolulu International Airport. The airport is about 5 miles from Honolulu Harbor so catching a shuttle is fairly easy. Booking one ahead of time will save you time and hassle and ensure you get from the airport to your cruise without a problem.

        About the Honolulu Harbor
        The cruise ship will dock right in Hawaii’s capital city, giving you the perfect starting point for a day of exploring. Most ships use Piers 10 or 11, immediately adjacent to Aloha Tower Marketplace. Norwegian Cruise Line keeps their ship Pride of America stationed at Honolulu year round and uses Pier 2.

        If you never make it past Aloha Tower Marketplace, it’s hard to blame you. There are 30 stores to browse at 8 restaurants to choose from within easy walking distance of the port. Aloha Tower has an observation deck on the top floor. Admission to the tower is free and you will get an unparalleled view of Honolulu Harbor from up there.

        If you’re willing to head back out to sea for a bit, tour boats operate at Piers 6 and 8. This excursion is the perfect way to see the coast of Waikiki. If you are there between December and April, you have a good chance of spotting some humpback whales.

        Things to do in Oahu
        There is much to see and do on Oahu, but you can’t visit the island without spending some time on Waikiki beach. There are waterfalls, tide pools, and absolutely gorgeous tropical foliage, in addition to all the sun and sand that makes this such a popular spot.

        Simply riding the city bus around Honolulu is the best way to see the city. All attractions will be announced so you know just what stop to get off at. For port of call passengers, you can hop on the bus right off the ship. Disembarking passengers may have to make other arrangements before they can start sightseeing as luggage is not permitted on the bus.

        There is something for everyone on Oahu. Nature lovers can explore Hanauma Bay, Pali Lookout, and Diamond Head. History buffs can see Pearl Harbor and the Queen Emma Summer Palace. Hiking, snorkeling, horseback riding and more are available for the more active tourist. Artists have the Contemporary Museum and the Polynesian Cultural Center. And for traveling families you don’t want to miss the Honolulu Zoo or the Waikiki Aquarium.

        Contact Information
        Honolulu Harbor
        700 Fort Street Mall
        Honolulu, HI 96813