More than 30 years ago, Tony Masamitsu took his passion for cars and turned it into Tony Group Autoplex. These days, Tony's son mans the company and holds true to his father's early ambitions to provide first-class service by treating customers as friends while providing them with new or used cars or executing maintenance services. Located just a short drive or long potato-sack race from Honolulu, the autoplex showcases a huge selection of cars, trucks, and SUVs from the likes of Honda, Volkswagen, and Nissan. In order to provide complete car care, the center also offers complimentary, eco-friendly car washes with each service.
Paradise Rent-A-Car’s staff of easy-riding cycle renters maintains a stable of gleaming Harleys and other combustion-driven bikes, as well as a variety of four-wheeled vehicles, for drivers 18 and older. They invite roadsters to feel the muscular thrum of rubber on pavement in the cozy saddle of the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, or to hurtle past sluggish vans and tortoise-drawn SUVs in a nimble Suzuki GSXR 750. To ensure the safety of the riders, they outfit customers with free helmets to protect brain domes during the rental. In addition to bikes, they also rent snorkeling gear and boogie boards for those hoping to ride chrome steeds to the nearest beach or public fountain.
For more than 30 years, VIP Transportation's professional drivers have showcased Honolulu's scenic and historical sites from behind the tinted windows of their vans, mini coaches, and charter buses. In addition to manning the steering wheel, they also dish out tidbits during tours of Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, and the island's scenic escapes. The 24/7 airport shuttles give visitors a cozy welcome and send off, and VIP Transportation’s fleet carts clients to an array of events that demand extra space, such as large weddings, graduations, or transplant ceremonies for the actual family tree.
Hawaiian Style Rentals mobilizes island sightseers with zippy two-wheeled transporters and expert-guided tours. Fully automatic standard mopeds pack 49 cubic centimeters of power that can propel riders to speeds of up to 40 mph?nearly the same speed of a saddled Road Runner. Following a brief lesson, riders embark with locks and helmets as they explore a complimentary map?s worth of suggested routes, including sojourns past Diamond Head Crater and the North Shore.
In 1968, the Japanese celebrated their first century in Hawaii by building the Buddhist Byodo-In temple, a religious hub that is still nestled amid the idyllic greenery at the foot of the Koolau Mountains. Sightseers can visit the tucked away temple—as well as iconic sites such as Pearl Harbor—on guided tours from Massimo Sport Hawaii. Devoted to highlighting the archipelago’s landmarks and encouraging exercise, their team helms sightseeing jaunts aboard private yachts and and leads hikers on strolls through botanical gardens or all-day journeys to secret waterfalls. They also showcase aquatic sights with kite surfing and windsurfing lessons, which teach students to glide over waves. Their purely fitness offerings, meanwhile, range from personal training to instruction in weight lifting, Pilates, and Zumba’s Latin-inspired dance moves.