HONOLULU GROUP RUNNING TOURS

Join one of our sight-running tours to see beautiful Honolulu, learn about the local culture, and meet new people from around the world. We offer tours of the breath-taking 360-degree view from the top of Diamond Head, scenic Historical Downtown Honolulu,  Manoa Waterfalls, run and yoga during the magnificent sunsets at Magic Island, our new Koko Head Challenge and our newest Honolulu Beer Runs. Our tours are designed for runners of all skill levels. Sign up today!

DIAMOND HEAD SUNRISE RUNNING Tour - $35

This amazing running / hiking tour starts at Waikiki beach, goes up to the beautiful Diamond Head Lighthouse with its famous surf spot lookout, through the Diamond Head crater, and ends with a short hike to the top of Diamond Head for the tour prize: breath-taking 360-degree view of entire Honolulu from Downtown, through Waikiki and all the way to Hawaii Kai.  The pictures from the top of Diamond Head will most likely make the cover of your Hawaii Trip album.

OFFERED: Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 6:30 am

DISTANCE: 5-6.5 Miles / 8-11K

TERRAIN: Street, Sidewalk, Trail, Stairs

TOUR DURATION: Approx. 2-2.5 hours

MEETING LOCATION: Entrance of the Honolulu Zoo

INCLUDES: Guided running / hiking tour, park fees, water and fresh fruits, pictures taken by your guide with a follow-up picture gallery, Garmin summary with map of the tour, running and health tips.

Honolulu Diamond Head Running Tour

HISTORICAL DOWNTOWN HONOLULU RUNNING TOUR- $35

This memorable running tour will take you through the fast-changing urban Kakaako and through the historical, cultural Downtown Honolulu: King Kamehameha Statue (featured in the Hawaii 5-0 show), Iolani Palace, the State Capitol, the Honolulu Financial District and the iconic Aloha Tower- a few of the amazing sights along the way.  Exercise while learning about Hawaii's culture and enjoying the vibrant city of Honolulu in a tropical paradise.

OFFERED: Sundays at 8:00 am

DISTANCE: 4.5-5 Miles / 7-8K

TERRAIN: Street, Sidewalk

TOUR DURATION: Approx. 1-1.5 hours

MEETING LOCATION:

INCLUDES: Guided running / hiking tour, water and fresh fruits, pictures taken by your guide with a follow-up picture gallery, Garmin summary with map of the tour, running and health tips.

Honolulu Historical Downtown Running Tour

MANOA WATERFALLS run / HIKE TOUR - $30

Experience an amazing run / hike through Hawaii's rain forest to a secret waterfalls in Manoa Valley, the valley of the rainbows. The Manoa Falls trail is one of the most popular hikes in the Honolulu area, mainly because it is easily accessible from Waikiki and gorgeous moderate-level hike / run through Manoa Valley (valley of the rainbows) surrounded by a tropical bamboo and rainforest. Another factor that makes the Manoa Falls trail is a favorite hiking destination for many is that its highlight, the 150-foot (46 m) waterfall awaits after a relatively easy run / hike up the mountain.  

OFFERED: Saturdays at 8:00 am

DISTANCE: 2.5 Miles / 4K

TERRAIN: Off-road, Trail

TOUR DURATION: Approx. 1-1.5 hours

MEETING LOCATION: Paradise Park at 3860 Manoa Rd, Honolulu, HI 96822

INCLUDES: Guided running / hiking tour, water and fresh fruits, pictures taken by your guide with a follow-up picture gallery, Garmin summary with map of the tour, running and health tips.

Honolulu Manoa Falls Running / Hiking Tour

MAGIC ISLAND SUNSET RUN & YOGA TOUR - $30

Enjoy a gorgeous run along the Waikiki shoreline towards the sunset by the beautiful Magic Island facing West with an optional yoga / stretch to end an amazing day in paradise.   The route features beautiful Waikiki Beach, the Hilton Village Lagoon, Hawaii and Waikiki Yacht Clubs, Magic Island and numerous gorgeous views along the way.  Our mellow vinyasa yoga routine is designed specifically for runners but is suitable and is meant to be enjoyed by all yogies.

OFFERED: Tuesdays, Thursdays at 5:30 pm

DISTANCE: 4 Miles / 6.5K

TERRAIN: Street, Sidewalk

TOUR DURATION: Approx. 1-1.5 hours

MEETING LOCATION: Duke Kahanamoku Statue on Kalakaua Ave in the Middle of Waikiki - see live

INCLUDES: Guided running / hiking tour, water and fresh fruits, pictures taken by your guide with a follow-up picture gallery, Garmin summary with map of the tour, running and health tips.

Honolulu Magic Island Sunset Run & Yoga Tour

KOKO HEAD Trail Challenge - $30 (NEW)

Test yourself against Koko Head Crater Hike's 1,048 stairs, gradually increasing 1,028 feet elevation, 0.7 miles hike that will leave you breathless with its difficulty and its view at the top, which will make every step worth the effort.  Known as one of the most popular local hikes / training grounds, join us in testing our limits in one of the most beautiful spots on Oahu. 

OFFERED: Saturdays, 5:00 pm

DISTANCE: 1.4 Miles / 2.3K

TERRAIN: Stairs, Hike Trail

ELEVATION: 1,028 feet

TOUR DURATION: Approx. 1-1.5 hours

MEETING LOCATION: Koko Head State Park on 423 Kaumakani St. Honolulu, HI

INCLUDES: Guided running / hiking tour, water and fresh fruits, pictures taken by your guide with a follow-up picture gallery, Garmin summary with map of the tour, running and health tips.

Honolulu Koko Head Trail Challenge

HONOLULU BEER RUN Tour - $40 (NEW)

Enjoy a running tour of Waikiki ending with a live music, local drinks, and great company during the sunset at Duke's Waikiki featuring amazing local artists and the perfect atmosphere to enjoy a beautiful sunset in paradise.  First drink is on us!  The question is: Bikini Blonde Lager from Maui or a tropical Mai Tai?

OFFERED: Sundays, 4:00 pm

DISTANCE: 4 Miles / 6.5K

TERRAIN: Street, Sidewalk

TOUR DURATION: Approx. 2 hours

MEETING LOCATION: Duke Kahanamoku Statue on Kalakaua Ave in the Middle of Waikiki - see live WebCam

INCLUDES: Guided running / hiking tour, pictures taken by your guide with a follow-up picture gallery, Garmin summary with map of the tour, running and health tips, 2 drinks.

RESTRICTIONS: Not required to join the tour, but must be 21+ years old to consume alcohol (valid ID required).

Honolulu Beer Run Tour

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