Commonly asked questions from our guests
- You can drive out on your own, it’s $1.00 for parking, and only 300 parking stalls
- A taxi cost about $40 one way / #22 Bus cost $2.50 – takes about 50 minutes
- The Shuttle includes round trip transportation and Fins, mask & snorkel
We have 4 round-trip Waikiki shuttle services that run daily ($25 per adult)
6:00 – picks up in Waikiki at 5:50 and picks up at the Bay for the return at 9:30 (3.5 hours)
7:15 – picks up in Waikiki at 7:15 and picks up at the Bay for the return at 11:45 (4.5 hours)
8:45 – picks up in Waikiki at 8:45 and picks up at the Bay for the return at 1:15 (4.5 hours)
10:15 – picks up in Waikiki at 10:15 and picks up at the Bay for the return at 2:45 (4.5 hours)
Shuttle service includes round trip transportation and equipment (Fins, mask & snorkel)
Drive time to & from Hanauma Bay is approximately 30 minutes
Hanauma Bay State Park opens daily at 6 a.m.
During the summer months Hanauma Bay closes at 7 p.m.
During the winter months Hanauma Bay closes at 6 p.m.
Hanauma Bay is CLOSED every Tuesday
The park is also closed on Christmas Day (25th) and New Years Day (1st)
Entrance fee to Hanauma Bay State Park is $7.50 per person
Kids 12 & under, active military and local residents with proper ID are FREE.
Lockers are available on the beach level to secure your valuables
$8.00 small locker – wallet / phone / keys
$10.00 large locker – fits a backpack
Yes – Prescription snorkel masks for the nearsighted are available
For the nearsighted with strengths measuring from -2 to -8 for $15 which includes your snorkel
Prescription masks are also available from the Shuttle Driver (additional $5)
YES – A snack bar is located on the upper level of the park, across from cashier
They have hamburgers, cheeseburgers, sandwiches and french fries
They have a wide variety of snack items and drinks available
YES – Hanauma bay is wheelchair accessible
Tram service is available between the upper & lower levels ($1.00 down / $1.25 up)
Beach wheel chairs are available for free, see the volunteers at Hanauma Bay.