GOGO Charters is the minibus, premier motor coach & charter bus rental company servicing Honolulu, Hawaii. Book your charter bus now by calling (808) 439-6505.
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If you're looking for a dependable and luxurious way to tour Honolulu, then GOGO Charters is the best resource for you. We have access to the best selection of minibuses and charter buses in Honolulu.
When you rent with GOGO Charters, you can choose from a variety of premium amenities like reclining seats, air conditioning, on-board bathrooms, WiFi, and more. We have experience accommodating groups of all sizes and will easily match you the perfect bus for your trip.
Our helpful staff is available around the clock to assist you with your travel needs. All you need to do is call (808) 439-6505 to begin planning your trip today.
GOGO Charters offers the easiest way to tour Honolulu in comfort and in style. The scenery is so beautiful and deserves your full attention, so why not consider a bus rental and leave the driving to a professional to sit back and enjoy the ride?
The Waikiki Beach Walk is a popular tourist destination with eight acres of unique and one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, and entertainment. You'll find first-class resorts on the beach or within a short walk, entertainment, and plenty of nightlife with live music. The Waikiki Aquarium offers fun for everyone, from children to seniors.
Pearl Harbor became famous when it was attacked in 1941, which led to the United States entering World War II. There are two museums at the Visitor's Center that give you the history of the attack and the war. The USS Arizona Memorial was built over the sunken wreckage where many of the 2,403 Americans were killed. It was one of the eight battleships damaged by the Japanese. You can also visit the USS Missouri where World War II ended. Pearl Harbor is the number one attraction in Hawaii.
To appreciate the history, arts, and culture of Hawaii, there's no better place than to visit the Bishop Museum. It has been recognized around the world for its educational programs, scientific research, and extensive collections, and is Hawaii's largest museum. It also has the world's largest collection of Polynesian artifacts and natural history specimens.
The Jhamandas Watumull Planetarium is also found on the campus of the museum and is dedicated to the astronomical sciences. Pauahi Hall has the third largest entomology collection in the United States with over 14 million arthropods and insects, and is strictly for research and not open to the public.
The Diamond Head State Monument continues to be another major attraction on the island of Oahu. It's the name of the volcanic tuff cone crater and has been inactive for 150,000 years. It's an approximate .75 mile hike up to the rim or summit of the monument with 327 concrete and metal stairs on the trail. At the top is an amazing view of the entire Oahu leeward coast.
GOGO Charters has a charter bus waiting to take you on your ride through paradise. We’ve arranged transportation for weddings, company events, sporting events, church outings, school groups, and more. Sit back and enjoy the “Aloha State” while we handle all the transportation logistics. Contact us at (808) 439-6505 to book your next trip!
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