Holoholo is offering travelers an incredible deal. Book a non-refundable round trip ticket and get up to a $50 credit to use on future rides! Whether you’re on vacation or just want to live your best life, the next ride is on holoholo.
You can use your free ride with holoholo anywhere. Restaurants, airports, bars, shopping, you can holoholo to all of your favorite hangout spots and tourist destinations.
Our Favorite Hangout Spots
The Islands of Hawaii each offer their own slice of paradise with unique beaches and hangout destinations. Whether you’re headed to beaches, bars, or places to shop, there’s plenty of fun spots to choose from. You can go where the locals go or hit up the top tourist destinations. No matter where you pick, you’re sure to find a relaxed spot in Oahu, Maui, Hawaii, or Kauai.
Here are some of our favorite places to holoholo. Where do you want to go?
Located at the International Market Place, STRIPSTEAK Waikiki is a modern American Steakhouse with a unique Asian influence.
The Veranda – Moana Surfrider
The Veranda is one of the trendiest restaurants in Honolulu. The Veranda has great food, artisan cocktails, and an even better view overlooking the beach.
Hideout at the Laylow
The Hideout is a rooftop bar featuring couches and fire pits. It’s a great place to unwind and have a drink with old or new friends.
Ala Moana Center
No trip to Waikiki is complete without a visit to the Ala Moana Center, the largest open-air mall in the world with 300 unique shops and dining spots.
Maui Brewing Co
Headquartered in Kihei, Maui Brewing Co offers 36 craft and specialty beers on tap including their coconut porter.
Leoda’s Kitchen & Pie Shop
There’s always room for pie at Leoda’s! Leoda’s is known for both their sweet and savory pies. The macadamia nut chocolate praline pie is a local fave!
Star Noodle mixes Filipino, French and Asian flavors and features tasty house-made noodles. Great sake pairings are also available.
Whalers Village is a beautiful, beachfront shopping destination. Plus there’s usually always something going on like hula shows to ukulele lessons.
Merriman’s in Waimea
Merriman’s are located throughout the Hawaiian Islands, but the Merriman’s in Waimea is the flagship location. It’s known for farm-to-table ingredients and their Monday lunch special for those looking for a deal.
Da Poke Shack
Nothing better than seafood by the sea! Da Poke Shack is a take-out joint that specializes in, of course, poke bowls. The Spicy Pele’s Kiss is a local favorite!
L&L Hawaiian Barbeque
You can never go wrong with Hawaiian plate lunch! It may not be fancy, but it’s a classic for a reason. Be sure to try the SPAM Saimin noodles.
An open-air, resort-style mall with cute boutique shops, yoga studio, salon and day spa, great places to eat, luxury cinema, and a supermarket with fresh produce.
A tribute to the legendary Duke Kahanamoku, this popular restaurant and barefoot bar is known for fresh local seafood, live entertainment, and beach views.
Tidepools at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
Tidepools has upscale Hawaiian cuisine, but it’s the ambiance that it’s best known for. Dine under thatched-roof bungalows next to a koi filled lagoon and waterfall.
The Shops at Kukui’ula
Kauai’s premier shopping destination, The Shops has incredible boutiques, art galleries, and a farmer’s market every Wednesday.
From shopping to restaurants, ride there with holoholo. Remember that when you book two rides, you get the third ride free. This is a great way to save while you explore everything Hawaii has to offer.