Waikiki to Pearl Harbor Shuttle (Airport Shuttle Round Trip!)

Embark on an unforgettable journey back in time with the Pearl Harbor Shuttle and witness the events of December 7, 1941.

Transportation to Pearl Harbor

Transportation to Pearl Harbor

None of the Memorials are Included!

None of the Memorials are Included!


Shutting a family to Pearl Harbor is a convenient and hassle-free way to visit the historic site. Not only does it eliminate the stress of navigating unfamiliar roads and finding parking, but it also provides a comfortable and safe mode of transportation for families with children.


  • Round trip service from your hotel
  • Air Conditioning with Luxury Seating
  • Friendly Local Drivers
  • Timely pick up and drop off
  • You won't need to worry about parking
  • Pearl Harbor National Memorial

Activity Times:

7:00 AM
10:00 AM
1:00 PM

Activity Duration:

3 Hours

Upgrade Options:

No upgrades available

What’s Included?

The shuttle service offers pick-up and drop-off at various locations, allowing for a customized and flexible itinerary. With the convenience of a shuttle, families can focus on the once-in-a-lifetime experience of visiting Pearl Harbor and leave the logistics to the professionals.

4-Pickup Locations and 3-Times:

  1. Hilton Hawaiian Village Grand Islander Bus Depot (6:10am; 10:10am; 12:10pm)
  2. Sheraton Aloha Landing (6:20am; 10:20am; 10:12pm)
  3. Hyatt Regency (Koa Ave) (6:30am; 10:30am; 12:30pm)
  4. Waikiki Beach Marriott (Paoakalani Ave) (6:40am; 10:40am; 12:40pm)


The Pearl Harbor National Memorial


The Pearl Harbor Shuttle

Quality air-conditioned luxury shuttle buses offer a comfortable and luxurious mode of transportation from Waikiki to Pearl Harbor. These shuttles are equipped with state-of-the-art air conditioning systems, providing a cool and comfortable environment even on the hottest of days. The interior of the bus is designed with comfort in mind, featuring plush seating and ample legroom.

The luxurious feel is heightened by the high-end materials used in the construction of the bus. Furthermore, the Mercedes shuttle is renowned for its superior safety features, ensuring a smooth and secure ride for all passengers. With their combination of comfort, luxury, and safety, these air-conditioned luxury shuttle buses are the perfect choice for those seeking a first-class transportation experience.

Memorials available at Pearl Harbor

The Pearl Harbor Memorials in Honolulu, Hawaii commemorate the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The USS Arizona Memorial, built over the remains of the USS Arizona battleship, honors the 1,177 sailors and Marines who lost their lives on that day. The USS Missouri Memorial, located on the site where the Japanese surrender was signed in 1945, pays homage to those who served on the battleship and the end of World War II. The Pacific Aviation Museum and the Bowfin Submarine Museum provide a comprehensive view of the military and naval operations in the Pacific during World War II. These memorials serve as a reminder of the sacrifices made by the American servicemen and women and a symbol of peace and hope for future generations.

The USS Arizona Memorial 

The USS Arizona Memorial is a national monument in Honolulu, Hawaii, dedicated to the 1,177 sailors and Marines who lost their lives on the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The memorial is built over the remains of the sunken battleship and is a solemn and peaceful place for reflection and remembrance. Visitors can observe the ship's remains through glass panels in the memorial's floor, and the names of those who perished are inscribed on the walls. The USS Arizona Memorial serves as a powerful reminder of the sacrifices made by American servicemen and women, and stands as a symbol of hope and peace for future generations. The memorial attracts over 2 million visitors annually and remains one of the most visited tourist destinations in Hawaii.

The USS Missouri Battleship

The USS Missouri Battleship, also known as "Mighty Mo," is a historic naval vessel located in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Commissioned in 1944, the USS Missouri served in World War II, the Korean War, and Operation Desert Storm. The ship is most famous for being the site of the official Japanese surrender on September 2, 1945, which ended World War II. Today, the USS Missouri serves as a museum and memorial, attracting visitors from around the world who come to learn about its rich history and pay homage to the brave men and women who served on board. Visitors can tour the ship, including the Surrender Deck where the Japanese surrender took place, and view exhibits and displays about the ship's role in World War II and other conflicts. The USS Missouri stands as a symbol of American naval power and the sacrifices made by its servicemen and women in the defense of freedom and democracy.

The USS Bowfin Submarine & Pacific Fleet Subamrine Museum

The USS Bowfin Submarine is a museum and memorial located in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Commissioned in 1942, the USS Bowfin served in World War II as a combat submarine, conducting nine successful war patrols. After being decommissioned in 1971, the USS Bowfin was restored and opened as a museum in 1981. Visitors to the USS Bowfin can tour the interior of the submarine, including the control room, crew quarters, and torpedo room, and learn about the challenging and dangerous life of a submariner during World War II. The museum also features exhibits and displays on the history of submarines and their role in naval warfare, as well as a memorial to all submariners who have served and made the ultimate sacrifice. The USS Bowfin serves as a testament to the bravery and ingenuity of those who served on submarines and the important role they played in securing victory in World War II.

The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum

The Pacific Aviation Museum, located at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii, is dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of military aviation in the Pacific region. The museum features a range of exhibits, including historic aircraft, interactive displays, and multimedia presentations, that showcase the story of aviation in the Pacific from pre-World War II to the present day. Visitors can explore the museum's restored hangars, which were damaged during the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, and see vintage aircraft such as the P-40 Warhawk and the Japanese Zero. The museum also offers interactive exhibits that allow visitors to experience what it was like to be a pilot in combat, as well as a re-creation of the cockpit of the Enola Gay, the bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. The Pacific Aviation Museum provides a unique and immersive experience for visitors interested in military aviation and the history of Pearl Harbor.

Know before you book:

  • If you are planning to see the USS Arizona Memorial, you must reserve the shuttle boat 8 weeks in advance at recreation.gov
  • Please be ready for pick up at your designated times
  • Bags are prohibited at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Exceptions at the discretion of the National Park Service: bags containing medical devices or medication, clear or see-through stadium bags. All cell phones, wallets, and cameras are allowed. You may use the memorial's storage facility to secure your bags which is located near the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center's entrance. $6 for standard, $10 for oversize luggage.
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