Bus Travel in Hawaii

Explore Hawaii

Honolulu • Kaneohe • Pearl City • Mililani

Bus Ticket to Hawaii

Aloha! Have you ever imagined yourself walking the white sand beaches of Oahu or enjoying a traditional luau on Kauai? Did you know there are so many outdoor activities to choose from in Hawaii? Think everything from surfing the oceans and hiking the terrain to flying high over the trees on a zip line. Many people dream of going to Hawaii but never do. Well, why imagine the adventure of a lifetime when you can live the dream right now?


Knowing where to go in Hawaii is also about knowing which of the islands you will visit. Many people choose Oahu, where the capital city of Honolulu is located, and where you can visit the world-famous Waikiki Beach. The Big Island, or the island of Hawaii, however, has an amazing array of natural sights, offering everything from snow-covered mountains to volcanoes to beaches. You may also want to consider visiting Maui, the second biggest Hawaiian island, where you’ll find Lahaina Town, Iao Valley State Park, and Makena Beach State Park, also known as Big Beach.

Still, if you’re hoping for an option to travel between the Hawaiian Islands easily, be forewarned: only Mai and Lanai have a ferry service that will shuttle you between the two islands. You will need to fly if you want to travel between any of the others.

There's no shortage of things to do in Hawaii.

Historical Sights

Hawaii has a deep, rich history that is woven into the fabric of the U.S. as well as important distinctions that are all its own. On Oahu, you can visit the Bishop Museum, which is focused on preserving the history of the Hawaiian people. You can also visit Pearl Harbor on the island, which is the only naval base to gain National Historic Landmark status in the U.S.

On the Big Island, you can find the Imiloa Astronomy Center and the Lyman Museum and Mission House. And on Kauai, you can visit the Kauai Museum, which lets visitors explore Hawaii’s geological history and learn more about the experiences of native Hawaiians.

Cultural Destinations

The particular culture of Hawaii is one you’ll want to experience when visiting the Aloha State, and fortunately, you can learn more about Hawaiian culture on any of the islands you visit.

Watch a hula performance on any of the islands or specifically visit Hilo on the Big Island during the spring to see the Merrie Monarch Festival. If you love to eat, don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of a traditional luau feast, which you’ll want to make sure you book and plan for ahead of your trip.

Where and When to Stay

You’re likely to see more rainfall between December and March, but in all actuality, any time of year is a good time to visit Hawaii. Temperatures almost always linger between 75 and 90 degrees, and any rainfall should always be quick to pass. The cheapest times to visit Hawaii are often in the spring and early fall, while prices of hotel rooms usually climb during the winter, peaking around New Year’s.

When booking your room, deciding where to stay can be overwhelming, as you’ll need to choose one of the islands and the type of accommodation that best suits your needs. Still, some of the top-rated accommodations in Hawaii include the Kauai Shores Hotel on Kauai, the Four Seasons Resort on Lanai, The Palms Cliff House on the Big Island, and the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel on Oahu.

What to Bring

Be sure to bring moisture-wicking or quick-dry clothes in case you do get hit with a little rain shower while you’re out and about. Warm-weather, breathable clothes are often the best option for everyday Hawaiian wear. You’ll probably be tempted to bring along a pair of flip flops, too, which is fine, but make sure you also pack a sturdy pair of athletic shoes for the days that will require lots of walking. And, of course, don’t forget your bathing suit and plenty of sunscreen!

Book Your Trip to Hawaii Today

We know flying to Hawaii seems like it’ll cost an arm and a leg, but if you head over during one of the times listed above, the trip should be considerably cheaper. What’s more, you can get around easily via bus, which will cut down on your costs. Just visit BusTickets.com and start planning now for the Hawaiian getaway of your dreams!