Welcome to Hawaii’s ONLY free tour created by and operated by locals!  On this guided walking tour, you will learn about the history of Hawaii and see some of the 50th State’s renowned landmarks.  Meet us at the King Kamehameha Statue in Downtown Honolulu and embark on a journey with one of our friendly, informative local tour guides.  You will leave the tour with a better understanding of the true spirit of aloha rooted in Hawaiian history and orally passed down through generations from the ancient tribal Hawaiian times to the sugar plantation period to its current status as the world-renowned paradise destination on everyone’s bucket list!


Meet our tour guide in front of the King Kamehameha statue near downtown Honolulu.

  • King Kamehameha Statue /  Aliiolani Hale

  • Iolani Palace & Grounds

  • State Library

  • Kawaiahao Church

  • State Capital / City Hall

  • King Lunalilo's Crypt

You will be around the similar vicinity after the tour concludes.

Tuesdays - 9:00am
Thursdays - 9:00am

Duration: The tour will take about an hour and 15 minutes

Where: Meet us at the King Kamehameha Statue
447 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813

How:  You can reserve your spot by clicking on the "Book Now" button and follow the booking instructions.  Please try to book in advance so we can allocate resources accordingly.

Price: This tour is 100% free but gratuities to our guides are highly suggested and very much appreciated.  A similar paid tour would cost between $20-50.

Cancellation: Please note that this tour may be canceled due to rain or non-favorable weather conditions or if one of our guides' have a personal emergency.  In any of these cases, an email and text will be sent to all guests who have booked for that day by at least 8:30 AM of your tour date. 


Likewise, if you have booked and cannot make the tour, please give us a heads up as you may be the only party that has booked for that day.


How to get to the meeting point from Waikiki

King Kamehameha Statue

447 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813


By Private Vehicle

There is plenty of meter parking around the King Kamehameha statue.  Please note that South King Street is a one way street heading eastbound (Waikiki direction) and public parking meters will cost you between $1.00 to $2.75 for the hour, depending on where you park.  


Bus Routes from Waikiki Zoo - Bus Fare: $2.75

  • Walk to Bus Stop @ Kapahulu Ave & Kuhio Ave.

  • Take Bus #13  “LILIHA - PUUNUI”

  • Get off at Kapiolani Bl & South St. (20 Stops)

  • Walk less then 5 minutes to King Kamehameha Statue - 447 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813

Bus Routes from Ala Moana Center - Bus Fare: $2.75

  • Walk to Bus Stop @ Ala Moana Bl & Ala Moana Center (Ocean Side)

  • Take Bus #57A “KAILUA - KEOLU DR” or Take Bus #19 “AIRPORT - HICKAM”

  • Get off at Alakea St. & South King St. (10 Stops for both Bus #57A & #19)

  • Walk less than 5 minutes to King Kamehameha Statue - 447 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813

Uber / Lyft

Enter the address below in the app's destination field. 


447 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813.



Let your taxi driver know that you are heading towards the downtown area and would like to be dropped off at the United States Post Office near the King Kamehameha statue.