One of the few ways to really see the untouched beauty of the Big Island is to fly over its lush forests, dense tree canopies, and glorious rushing waterfalls on a zipline. An exhilarating adventure for all ages
Fully experience North Kohala with thrilling zipping through the trees, hiking to waterfalls, and stunning coastal views. You’ll start the day with a 3 hour zipline canopy course, flying through the forest across 9 ziplines, climaxing with a 1,150-foot long zip 120 feet off the ground with speeds up to 45 mph and an exciting rappel from the final tree.
Afterwards, you'll be transported to the very end of the road of the northern tip of the Big Island, where you'll enjoy lunch at a private spot overlooking the famous Pololu Valley. You’ll then traverse an old cane road on private property to a trailhead. On a 1 mile loop trail hike, you’ll learn about sugar cane plantations of the 1900s and the innovative irrigation systems they used, as well as delve into ancient Hawaiian history, while also searching for tropical fruit to possibly pick and taste. You’ll pass 3 beautiful waterfalls, the last of which you can take a dip in the pool and play under the cascade.
COVID-19 UPDATE: For the foreseeable future, the tour is capped at 8-9 people max (often ends up less), and transportation from your lodging is not available (you need to meet in Hawi). A new private tour is also now available (transport may be available if needed on a case-by-case basis); pricing is $1,600, which includes up to 4 people and then $199 per additional guest (up to 8 people total). A private tour can be booked by selecting the second option (rather than Shared) in the booking form above. For larger groups (8+) or customizations, please contact us. This tour is also taking multiple steps to enhance sanitation and safety practices to minimize COVID-19 risks for guests and staff. For more details, see FAQ below.