The closest major airport is Honolulu International Airport, also known as HNL or PHNL, located at a distance of 4 miles from the city center of Honolulu, HI.
The official transit service in Oahu is the bus service, running regularly in Honolulu, as well as around the island, offering travelers convenient fares, the regular fare for one trip being $2.25. There are more than 80 bus routes with over 4 000 stops, which makes it easy for visitors to find their way in the city.
Cabs are available immediately and are easy to find, being spread all across the city. The good thing about travelling inside the city by taxi is that you don't have to worry about a fixed schedule as it is in the case of buses and shuttles, making it easy for you to get to your desired destination in a short period of time.
By Shuttle Buses
The shuttle bus available in the city provides routes to and from Waikiki, USS Arizona, Aloha Swap Meet, Hanauma Bay and Waikele Shopping Center, as well as several other attractions in Honolulu.
A large number of trolleys run between Ala Moana shopping center and Waikiki, as well as other locations in the city. There are mostly used by the Japanese tourists.
Other alternatives to travel inside the city include: bicycles, cars, motorcycles and mopeds.
Travel tip for students: The majority of HPU students use `The Bus` to get around in Honolulu, service which is owned and operated by the City and County of Honolulu, representing a more economical way to get around, the regular fare for students being of $2 for any bus ride.
From H-1 East&H-1 West: Take the exit 24 B - drive onto University Avenue (which is on your right) - make a right at Maile Way - make another right at Farrington Road - make a left at Varney Circle (which becomes Campus Road somewhere on your right).