Waikiki Loop

Take a Biki ride around one of the most iconic beaches in the world! 

Total Distance: 4.3 miles
Expected Duration: 25 minutes
Difficulty: Moderate
Click on the Map to Open the Route on Google Maps

This 4.3 mile Waikiki loop will show you everything Waikiki has to offer. Allow yourself at least 30 minutes for a leisurely ride around the neighborhood. There are 22 Biki Stops available within the route for you to dock your Biki and explore the area. If you want to stop along the route to check out the sites or enjoy a refreshment, find the nearest Biki Stop and dock your bike.


The Waikiki route will be ridden entirely on the road, although much of it will be in a designated lane marked for bikes! While it's a flat and easy surface to ride on, please use caution and treat your bicycle like any other vehicle. Hawaii law requires all bicycles to be ridden on the Waikiki roadways and bike lanes, as there are many pedestrians using the sidewalks. Make sure you are comfortable riding on the road before you embark on your trip.


To get started, sign up for a Biki Membership on GoBiki.org or the Biki Mobile App, or purchase a single ride from a kiosk. 

Riding on Kalakau Ave past the Louise Dillingham Memorial Fountain
Riding on Kalakau Ave past the Louise Dillingham Memorial Fountain
Photo Credit- Biki Rider @mitchiphone
Photo Credit- Biki Rider @mitchiphone



  • Start at the Duke Kahanamoku statue (A) off Kalakaua Ave and Uluniu Ave. Feel free to find your nearest Biki stop and start your route from there. Kalakaua is a one way road. Please remember to drive on the road, as it is illegal to ride bicycles on the sidewalk in Waikiki. (Stop #328)
  • Ride on Kalakaua Ave towards Kapi'olani Park. As you ride around Kapi'olani Park, you will pass the Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium, and the War Memorial Natatorium. This is one of our favorite spots to snap a picture of Diamond Head. You can dock your Biki at Stop #518 to enjoy any of the mentioned activities.
  • Turn left onto Paki Ave after you pass the Louise Dillingham Memorial Fountain (B)
  • Ride on the Shared-Use Path on the park side of of Paki Ave. The Shared-Use Path is part of the Lei of the Parks, a network of shared-use paths that connect Kapiolani Park to Ala Moana Beach Park. Once you pass Kapiolani Park and the Waikiki Shell, cross Monsarrat Ave and continue along Paki Ave around the Honolulu Zoo. You might even see some giraffes hanging out in the zoo!
  • Once you’ve reached Kapahulu Ave, cross the street to get in the designated bike lane along the Ala Wai Canal. One a clear day, you’ll be able to see the Ko’olau Mountain Range in the distance.
  • Continue down the Ala Wai, passing by Biki Stop #313, until you reach Olohana St. Walk the Biki across Ala Wai Blvd at the nearest crosswalk.  (C)
  • Pedal down 'Olohana Street, turn right onto Kuhio Ave and walk your bike across the crosswalk into Waikiki Gateway Park. (Biki Stop #311)
  • Bike back down Kalakaua Ave in the bike lane as you pass Fort Derussy Park, Waikiki Beach Walk, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, and International Marketplace.
  • Dock your Biki by the Duke Kahanamoku statue at Biki Stop #328! (D)


For a complete route and map of Biki stops, click here.


  • Queen Kapi'olani Regional Park (Stop #518)  
  • Waikiki Aquarium (Stop #518) - The Pacifc Ocean is home to an abundance of wildlife, take a visit to the Waikiki Aquarium to learn more!
  • Honolulu Zoo (Stop #340) - With over 1,200 animals, the 42-acre Honolulu Zoo offers something for everyone to enjoy! 
  • International Market Place - Check out the 100+ year old Banyan Tree within the International Market Place. Here you can also find many great shopping and dining venues.
  • Fort DeRussy Beach Park & U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii (Stop #315) - The U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii is open Tuesday - Saturday and admission is free!
  • Waikiki Beach - Please refer to the Hawaii Beach Safety website before you swim in the ocean.
Biki Stop #327 Waikiki - Kalakaua & Kaiulani
Biki Stop #327 Waikiki - Kalakaua & Kaiulani



There are 12 statues/memorials within the route that you can discover to learn more about the history and culture of Hawai'i. Do you think you can find them all? We'll leave you with the closest Biki stop to give you a hint. 


Duke Kahanamoku (Stop #328)

Mauka & Kila (Stop #331)

Surfer (Stop #518)

Queen Kapiolani (Stop #518)

Waikiki Natatorium War Memorial (Stop #518)

King Kalakaua (Stop #311)

Brothers in Valor (Stop #314)

Don Ho (Stop #327)

Queen Emma, King Kamehameha IV, and Prince Albert (Stop #327)

Prince Kuhio (Stop #332)


SAFETY TIPS: Bicycles are Vehicles 

  • Ride on the Road- It is illegal to ride on the sidewalks in Waikiki
  • Ride with traffic; not against it
  • Indicate your intention to turn or switch lanes
  • Stop at stop signs and red lights
  • Ride with Aloha


Share your ride with us! Tag #GoBikiHi on Instagram.


The Biki App, available on both iPhone and Android mobile devices, is designed to help you maximize the use of Honolulu’s Bikeshare System, Biki. Download our App to find the nearest Biki stop.