Segway Diamond Head & Waikiki


Join us for an exciting 3 hour segway tour of Waikiki area, Diamond Head, Kapiolani Park, Hilton Lagoon and More!


Waikiki is the best-known beach on Oahu. Jam-packed with some of the most famous sights in the Hawaiian Islands, this area is best explored on foot. Those who want to get the full experience but prefer to skip the long walk should try a Segway tour.

This unique mode of transportation is fun, safe and easy to learn. While saving you long hikes under the tropical sun, it still allows you to stop anywhere, enter parks and promenades and explore your surroundings at a leisurely pace.


  • Learn how to ride a Segway!
  • Experience the most scenic areas of Honolulu
  • Learn rich Hawaiian history
  • 3 hours of stunning tropical scenery everywhere you look

Activity Times:

7:20 AM

Activity Duration:

3 Hours

Upgrade Options:

No upgrades available

What’s Included?

  • A short tutorial & training are included in every tour
  • Ride through Waikiki and learn Historical facts 
  • Visit the Hilton Lagoon
  • King David Kalakaua statue
  • Legendary Duke Paoa Kahanamoku statue (the Father of modern surfing)
  • "First lady of Waikiki" Moana Surfrider Hotel
  • Diamond Head Road with scenic lookout
  • Waikiki Natatorium
  • Kapiolani Park
  • Amelia Earhart lookout of the Kaiwi Channel & outer islands


Honolulu Segway Tour


The Waikiki and Diamond Head Tour takes you along the turquoise waters of Honolulu’s world-famous beaches. Visitors and locals alike come here to play in the shallow waters, take in the balmy breezes, or paddle out to catch some waves. As we cruise along the beach we pass the famous Hilton Lagoon and the Hilton Hawaiian Village itself, with its iconic rainbow mosaic wall. Meet Duke Kahanamoku—the “father of modern surfing”—right near a very impressive Banyan tree. We’ll pass some of Hawaii’s most prestigious shopping areas as well as the International Market Place with its unique offerings.

Views of Diamond Head

Look forward to panoramic views of the Kaiwi Channel as we ride further up Diamond Head road. As the road winds around the long extinct volcano, we gain altitude. On a clear day, you can see across Kaiwi Channel to the island of Molokai on the horizon. Depending on the season, you may witness some surf riding on the reef that skirts the volcano. With a little luck and good timing, Hawaii’s most beloved winter guests—the humpback whales—may greet you with a splash during your tour.

As we come back down, take the opportunity to play under the palm trees in Kapiolani Park. See the Waikiki Aquarium and the War Memorial Natatorium, in between Queens Beach—a very popular surfing area—and Kaimana Beach, where local families like to gather for a barbecue.

Learn to Ride a Segway in Hawaii

Let our guides share their historical knowledge, fun facts and local lore with you. We’ll provide the rides, helmets and expertise so that you can relax and enjoy the scenery all around you.

Know before you book:

  • Check-in 15 minutes prior to start of tour
  • A short tutorial & training are included in every tour
  • Tours will not begin until the Tour Guide is confident with every rider's ability
  • Must wear closed toe shoes
  • All participants must sign a liability waiver
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