Holo Haleʻiwa is a shuttle service operated by North Shore EcoTours, a family owned company specializing in hiking & off-road tours.
At Holo Haleʻiwa we strive to enhance the visitor experience through the services we provide. Our mission is simple, to provide our guests with professional transportation services in a manner consistent with our Hawaiian cultural values - aloha (kindness), maʻemaʻe (professionalism), and ʻoluʻolu (friendliness).
Our Name & Logo
Our name Holo Haleʻiwa literally means "go Haleʻiwa." Haleʻiwa was the name of a North Shore school in the late 1800s which means "house of the ʻiwa (great frigate) bird." Today it is the name of the main commercial district of Waialua on the island of Oʻahu.
Our logo depicts an ʻiwa bird in flight, which along with the swirling wind in the background denotes movement - the perfect imagery for a shuttle service. During the drive from Waikīkī to the North Shore, one sees the Waiʻanae mountain range. Each peak has a name but the most prominent of them all is Kaʻala, the highest point on Oʻahu, which appears in the logo below the ʻiwa bird. Thus in addition to denoting movement, our logo is place based to our locale of operation.
Meet the ʻOhana
ʻOhana is family in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) and thatʻs exactly what Holo Haleʻiwa is, a family operation. Here are some of our key family members who makes Holo Haleʻiwa tick...
Keola has been working within the Hawaiʻi tourism industry for over 15 years. His experience as a professional driver & guide are an invaluable asset for Holo Haleʻiwa.
Tasha is a natural born Boss. Sheʻs organized, thorough, and a great disciplinarian. Her administrative experience in a variety of industries truly helps Holo Haleʻwa stay on track.
Bus Washer 😆
Keoki brings to Holo Haleʻiwa over 2 decades of hospitality & service industry experience. His work across the restaurant, eco-tourism, and airline industries helps our company on every level.
Join our ʻohana!
Be apart of our ʻohana by reserving a seat on Holo Haleʻiwa today! Weʻll hang out, "talk story", and cruise Hawaiian style. 😉