Make it Lei Day with Royal Star Hawaii’s New Lei Greeting Services

We’re so excited to announce our new Lei Greeting services, exclusive for Royal Star Hawaii customers! Offering packages that cater to all group sizes on all budgets, we’re proud to extend our “Aloha On Wheels” service even before you climb aboard our vehicles! We offer four comprehensive packages with our Lei Greeting services: Shell Lei […]

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Dive into Whale Watching Season aboard the Star of Honolulu

Join our friends aboard the Star of Honolulu and take advantage of the last full month of whale watch season! Enjoy giant splashes and breathtaking sights aboard Hawaii’s most popular whale watch cruise before the end of the season. Equipped with a 60-foot high observation deck, four walk-around decks and three different types of stabilizers, […]

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From Hanauma Bay to Haliewa

Royal Star Hawaii is known for its exciting and educational Pearl Harbor Tours. But did you know that our deluxe vehicles take you all over the island? Here are a few of our tour options that cater to groups large and small and on any budget: Grand Circle Island: Looking to explore the entire island […]

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Book Your Next Hawaii Road Trip with Royal Star Hawaii

2017 is finally here! There’s no better time to plan a memorable Hawaii road trip than the start of a new year. We’re inviting all our friends to join us at Royal Star Hawaii as we kick off a new year of offering private charter services with our “Create Your Own” tour option. With a […]

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Celebrating 20 Years of Aloha On Wheels

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’re saying a special mahalo to all of our friends who’ve ridden with us throughout the years. This year we’re celebrating 20 years of transportation safety and excellence in Hawaii. As a leader in destination services, we’re so grateful for your support as we continue to deliver the “Aloha On […]

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Have a Fin-tastic Time with our Friends at Dolphin Star

We’re dolphin-ately excited for our friends at Dolphin Star who recently launched their redesigned new website! The new site displays a fun and innovative design that gives visitors a sneak peek at the Dolphin Star experience. Complete with playful underwater animation, mobile-friendly features and fun facts about these friendly acrobats of the sea, the Dolphin […]

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Aloha Festivals Revel in Hawaii’s Culture and Tradition

This September we celebrate Hawaii’s history and culture with the 70th annual Aloha Festivals, a month-long event that honors Hawaii’s past, present, and future. Aloha Festivals is the largest cultural celebration in the United States, with over 100,000 residents and visitors attending the statewide events. With the mission to foster the Aloha Spirit through the […]

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Driver Spotlight: Larry!

The last month of summer is the perfect time to embark on a Hawaii road trip, and who better to ask about road trips than our experienced “Aloha On Wheels” drivers! We caught up with our awesome driver Larry who offered his tips on planning a memorable road trip. Stop for shaved ice – Matsumoto […]

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Create Independence Day Memories with Royal Star Hawaii

Looking for plans this Independence Day? Celebrate with our friends at Star of Honolulu and Dolphin Star! Both vessels are offering exclusive Independence Day cruises at great prices, all of which feature spectacular views of the fireworks right on the ocean! Best of all, you can avoid the hassle of driving into town by opting […]

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Kamehameha Day honors the life and memory of Kamehameha the Great

This year on June 11, the Hawaii community celebrated Kamehameha Day in honor of the great King Kamehameha, the monarch of Hawaii who established the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1810 and brought order and peace to the islands. Kamehameha Day is a state holiday, and one of the first state holidays passed by the Hawaii […]

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