Getting Here & Around
How to get to Turtle Bay Resort
You won't be too far away from new adventures at Turtle Bay. This is where avid surfers and onlookers come to see Hawaiʻi's legendary surf breaks. Where families of all generations can get closer to nature, together. Where golfers who love being close to championship courses can tee off in paradise.
Only a 55-minute drive from the airport, travelers can get around the island by car rental, shuttle, or Oʻahu’s public transportation system (TheBus). Please note, taxi and rideshare services are limited on the North Shore, so you'll want to plan ahead when you're traveling to and from the resort.
Schedule a direct trip to and from the airport with our on-site transportation partner. North Shore Connection delivers convenient and reliable service, so you can sit back and enjoy the scenic drive. Shared and private services are available, along with transportation services to Waikiki and Ko Olina hotels.
Turtle Bay is the only Oahu resort offering sustainable carshare service, making it easy and convenient for visitors to explore the island. Hourly, daily, and weekly rates available. Download the app in advance to register and plan out your island road trip.
Pick-up from the Honolulu International Airport (HNL) makes it convenient for you to start exploring the island as soon as you arrive. Rental cars are in high demand, so we recommend reserving one in advance.
Valet and Self-Parking are available for an additional $35 daily per car (1-24 hours). In addition, there are four E-Vehicle charging stations available on-site. Additional fees will apply.
From the Airport
Once you leave the Honolulu International Airport (HNL), you’re less than an hour away from your oceanside getaway. If you’d prefer to take your time and soak in the beauty of the North Shore, you can get here through the East Oʻahu route.
Central Oʻahu Route (55 minutes, 37 miles)
- Take H-1 freeway, Westbound.
- Stay on the H-1 freeway for approximately 6 miles.
- Look for signs for the H-2 freeway, Northbound (North Shore/Wahiawa).
- Merge right onto the H-2 freeway.
- Continue on the H-2 freeway North to Wahiawa. Exit at Wahiawa (Exit 8) on to route 80 (Kamehameha Highway) through Wahiawa.
- Continue Northbound, route 80 connects with route 99.
- Stay on route 99 to Haleiwa.
- The road now bypasses Haleiwa and becomes route 83.
- Continue on route 83 approximately 20 minutes toward Kahuku.
- Turtle Bay Resort will be on the left-hand side.
East Oʻahu Route (70 minutes, 43 miles)
- Take H-3 E, Eastbound.
- Stay on the H-3 E/route 83 for approximately 42 miles (1 hour).
- Turtle Bay Resort will be on the right-hand side.