Kaka’ako & Iolani Palace
EXPLORE KAKA’AKO WATERFRONT PARK & IOLANI PALACE.
Explore the up and coming urban community of Ward Village and Kaka’ako. Enjoy the protected bike lane on King Street as you travel to the historic downtown. Park at the Iolani Palace to see the King Kamehameha Statue, Kawaiaha’o Church, the Mission Homes, Washington Place and St. Andrews Cathedral. Return through the Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island, the Hilton Lagoon and past the Duke Kahanamoku Statue as you pass through Waikiki.
THIS RIDE: KAKA’AKO & IOLANI PALACE
Estimated Tour Time:
- 4 hour Ride
- 11.5 miles
Make a right at Paoakalani Ave. Ride the bike path along the Ala Wai Canal. At the first bridge make a right turn onto McCully and follow it to the King Street cycle track. Make a left onto the King Street cycle track. Make a right at Victoria. Left on Beretania St. Left on Punchbowl. Right before the public library on the bike path that leads to Likelike St.and the Iolani Palace. Return on Mililani Street. Left on Halekauwila St. Right on Keawe Street. Left on Auahi Street. Right on Cooke Street. Left on Ala Moana toward Magic Island. Follow bike path back along Ala Moana Blvd, past the Hilton Lagoon and through the foot path next to the U.S. Army Museum. You will need to make a right on Saratoga and a left Kalakaua Ave. Follow the bike path through Waikiki. If you would like to cruise around DIAMOND HEAD CRATER stay on Kalakaua Ave. To return to the shop make a left on Kapahulu Ave and a left on Lemon Rd.