Running Tours in Honolulu – beaches, rainforests and urban life
Whether you want to see vibrant and historic downtown or experience the quiet beauty of the nearby rainforest, Go! Running Tours Honolulu offers you a an up-close view that you can’t get from a tour bus. Being on foot let’s us be very agile, weaving in and out to maximize your time. No parking, locking up bikes, or waiting for a rideshare; we will make the most of your time to see the most sites.
If you want to see everything, try the Honolulu Super Sampler 9-mile, or the shorter 5-mile option. Or If you want to checkout the trails, or a waterfall, or part of the world-famous HURT100 course, we can take care of that, also. Just remember to pack your trail shoes for trail runs and street shoes for all other runs. A hydration-pack is also recommended because of the extreme-heat we get in Hawaii.
We’ll provide fresh, local fruit that, depending on the season, could include Guava, Mango, Lychee, Apple Bananas, and whatever we can get for you! Also we’ll plan our runs to go past the most water fountains/restrooms, so there’s plenty of opportunities to hydrate.
And with us following you around as your personal photographer, you’ll have great shots in all of the coolest places. Friendly, knowledgable, and adaptable to any pace, your tour guide will make sure everyone has a good time. We want everyone to be happy and hydrated while you’re visiting Oʻahu –“The Gathering Place”.
Honolulu, meaning “sheltered harbor”, is the largest city in the state of Hawaii with nearly 400,000 residents. It’s also the 2nd safest city in the US, so you can feel safe and secure as we navigate the tour. From the shopping and hotels of Waikiki, to swimming at Ala Moana Beach Park, to the mountain trails just minutes away, Honolulu has a little of everything.
Honolulu has been the capital of the Hawaiian Islands since 1845, and serves as the crossroads of the Pacific Ocean with ship and air connections to the U.S. mainland, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. The city is the principal port for the Hawaiian Islands and an important center for military defense with several bases, including Pearl Harbor Naval Base, located in the area.