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Ghost Tour Meeting Location: 1185 Bethel St., Honolulu, HI 96813

Tour Duration: 60-100 minutes across 1 – 1.5 miles, includes 8-12 stops

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Ghost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

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Honolulu Haunts
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Honolulu Haunts Ghost Tours And Pub Crawls

Hear gripping stories of the past, confirmed local legends, eyewitness accounts of ghost sightings, and unexplained supernatural activity.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 364 South King St, Honolulu, HI 96813

Tour TimeTour Times: 8:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Island of gods
Tickets Start At $25

Island of the Gods: Stories of Wao Kanaka

Honolulu Haunts reveals the history of the Hawaiian Kings and Queens of the past whose statues fill the modern streets and of the only royal palace on US soil. Join us and unearth the history of the warriors that still walk these ancient paths.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 447 S King St, Honolulu HI 96813

Tour TimeTour Times:

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Visit the Most Haunted Places in Honolulu

Hawaii’s history is filled with restless spirits. Constant tribal warfare, ancient rituals, and human sacrifices mean that Honolulu is no stranger to the passions of people who struggle for power. The island’s history is marked by constant changes in rulers.

Honolulu Ghosts invites you to learn the traces of Hawaii’s unique past, visible through the ghosts of the many who died before their time and are tied to the land. Join our ghost tour today to see historic Honolulu in all its otherworldly glory.


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Iolani Palace

The Iolani Palace is a majestic, sprawling estate of columns, stairs, and gardens located in the heart of Honolulu. Constructed in 1882, the Palace would also become home to the last King and Queen of the islands, Kalakaua, and the famous Lili’uokalani. At the beginning of the annexation and occupation of Hawaii in 1895, Queen Lili’uokalani was barred in her palace bedroom for eight months due to the belief she was hiding knowledge of a revolutionary attempt to resist the U.S. The story goes that Lili’uokalani’s morose yet proud still wanders the halls of Iolani, standing at the window of her bedroom, surveying her kingdom.




Atlas Insurance

The Atlas Insurance building on Merchant St. has had multiple reports of haunted activity. Mainly, a grieving woman weeps and wanders the halls, and Karaoke Room #2 always received noise and physical disturbance complaints. You’d never guess it from the sleek modern exterior, but the Atlas Insurance building teems with old ghosts.



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Kawaiaha’o Church

Locals whisper that this slate-gray stone church gets visitations from one of O’ahu’s most infamous apparitions: the Night Marchers. On moonless nights, when the tide is ever so high, a team of ancient soldiers is said to be heard and seen marching down from the groves above the church. They carry spears and wear protective gear. Drop to the ground and bow your head in deference as they pass, or else.




Test your bravery, and join us!


What to Expect on Your Honolulu Ghost Tour

From unmarked graves to human sacrifice, executions, and deadly diseases, Hawaii has a past much darker than the Aloha spirit suggests. The cultural clash of modern and ancient Hawaii has caused eruptions of pain and passion, which have left their marks on Honolulu’s buildings and streets. Walk the palm-lined streets named after the ghosts that haunt them. Honolulu Haunts takes you through the historic downtown district of Hawaii while we educate you on the culture and events that created Hawaii as we know it today.

Captain James Cook and those who came after him brought foreign disease, change, and the modern world to the isolated island Kingdom. Learn how many of the spirits that roam the city simply look to protect their sacred land and watch over their people. Do you hear drums? Those could be Night Marchers, dead guardians of high chiefs and priestesses. Their torches and conch shells announce their coming, and a curse falls on anyone who dares to look them in the eye.

Many believe the islands of Hawaii were created in a battle between Pele, goddess of fire, and her older sister, Namaka, goddess of the sea. Is is any wonder that an island chain created in battle holds many legends and beings that defy mainland expectations? From Mo’o water guardians to industrious mythological dwarf people, the Menehune, Hawaii, is filled with mystical creatures that go beyond the narrow vision of Western beliefs. Discover the slew of otherworldly wonders awaiting you with Honolulu Ghosts.



Discover the Horrors that Haunt Honolulu


Learn how ancient Hawaii culture suffered and saw increased racism that left many angry spirits in this violent wake.

Visit the former grounds of an orphanage, a ghostly hotspot where the sound of children’s laughter can still be heard.

Discover the gathering place of ghosts built on an ancient crossroads, where the spirits of the dead are said to wander.

Check out the building that was constructed on top of Oahu’s largest grounds for tribal human sacrifice.

Take a walk along Red Rainbow’s Edge where you’ll discover a building with a deranged past.


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Why You Should Book Your Honolulu Ghost Tour Tonight!


Our tour is for skeptics and believers alike! While it can’t be guaranteed you’ll witness something you can’t quite explain, you will get plenty of thrills and chills on your tour. Many of the stops on our tour are spooky in broad daylight, but on cloudless nights they become even more disturbing. Add in your expert local guide’s narration of the murder, sickness, revolutions, and other violent acts, and you’ve got a potent mix guaranteed to give you an experience you will never forget. The stories of hauntings we tell at each stop on your tour are based on eyewitness accounts and long-lived local legends, and many of the sites boast decades of reported paranormal activity. We encourage you to take photos throughout your tour and to report any anomalies you witness!


Whether you’re a lifelong resident of the island or just in town to enjoy the islands’ beauty, everyone can discover more about Honolulu’s past! Do you know the history behind America’s only royal palace? Or how the culture of Hawaii has changed in the last 150 years? Honolulu Haunts combines real, historical stories about the city with local sightings and legends to bring you a tour that’s as fun as it is educational. Kids, teens, and adults alike will enjoy becoming more familiar with Honolulu’s detailed history—and its resident ghosts!


You’ve seen Waikiki Beach, stared at green sea turtles from a distance, and maybe you’ve even ridden around on a glass-bottom boat. Just when you think you’ve seen all the interesting things Oahu has to offer, think again! Our tours are a perfect change of pace from the more conventional attractions. You’ll leave your tour with a host of scary stories to thrill your friends back home as well as a better familiarity with some of Honolulu’s most prominent buildings and historical figures.


Maybe you want a fun follow-up to a day of hopping around Oahu’s many beaches and mountains, or perhaps you’re looking to impress a date with something unusual. That’s where we come in! Our tours are scheduled at night to fit everyone’s schedule, even on weekdays, and our tours last around an hour and a half—the perfect way to wrap up a date, a night on the town, or a long day of sight-seeing.

See our Tour Details page for more information about our tours’ length, duration, and location.


Honolulu Haunts offers customizable group tours to those looking for the perfect way to spend time with family and friends! Our team of informative guides can help you plan the perfect group tour. We can even work with you to tailor your tour according to your specific interests and needs. Just let us know what you’re looking for, and we’ll work with you to help make it happen! Check out our Group Tours page for more information. [link to group tours page)