Hawaiian Foodie Bike Tour
The diners, drive-ins, and dives are all in the foodie paradise of Kaimuki and Kapahulu neighborhoods of Honolulu, below Diamond Head. Take in the history and culture of the area through food and a neighborhood bike tour. Food and drinks are included in the price. The biking is easy to moderate on mostly flat terrain and expect to travel five to seven miles.
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- 4-hours+, starting at 1:00 pm
- 5 to 6 food/drink stops included on the food tour
- Included in the tour price are bikes, safety equipment, food, drinks, and snacks
- Explore hidden gem restaurants while learning the history of Hawaii and local neighborhoods
- The bike tour is 5 to 7 miles on mostly flat terrain at a comfortable pace
- Tour starts in Waikiki at the Kuhio Beach Banyan Tree
About Hawaiian Foodie Tour by Bike
The tour starts on Waikiki Beach, specifically in front of the large banyan tree off Kalakaua Avenue at Kuhio Beach Park. The professional tour guide will fit you on your bike and go over the safety precautions for the bike and food tasting tour. The ride starts through Queen Kapi’olani Regional Park where you will learn the history of the park and the Queen. The first stop is 25-minutes into the tour. From there, you will hop from restaurant to malasada bakery to off-the-beaten-path gems that will make your mouth water. This is the way to experience Hawaiian and local cuisine with a healthy bike ride.
The tour is at a comfortable pace. Allowing plenty of time to ask questions, take photos, and enjoy the culinary stops. Your local guide will know the best places to go for your group. The tour guide will do their best to work with dietary restrictions during the tour.
About Bike Tour Hawaii
Kelly is the owner and tour guide for Bike Tour Hawaii. He has been living on Oahu since 1982 when he moved here to surf and live the dream. He stayed active with surfing, triathlons, cycling, and now being an ambassador for Oahu through island favorite bike tours. He aims to overdeliver for visitors as the aloha spirit is in every bike tour.
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