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Hilo Zipline over KoleKole Falls

  • Zipline Adventure over KoleKole Falls on the Big Island
  • Soar effortlessly over lush tropical forests on seven different ziplines
  • Enjoy amazing views of mountains and the renowned Hamakua Coast
Hilo Zipline over KoleKole Falls
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The city of Hilo is surrounded by some of Hawaii’s most scenic wonders, and on this 7-line Hilo ziplining tour, you can literally soar past thundering falls as you zip through a tropical rainforest. Learn about traditional Hawaiian agriculture as you zip by Akaka Falls State Park, and once you’re comfortable sitting in the harness and feeling the exhilarating rush, prepare for the dramatic crossing that’s one of the longest zipines in Hawaii, and feel the rush of wind on your face as the forest opens up beneath you.
What to Expect
With its thundering waterfalls, deeply carved valleys, and verdant, tropical rainforest, Hilo is the perfect place to go ziplining and soar across the sky. This Hilo zipline tour takes place not far from Akaka Falls State Park, and features a dramatic aerial view of Kolekole Falls. This section of the Big Island, along the Hamakua Coast, is known for its beautiful botanical gardens and abundance of cascading falls. Experiencing the scenery from up in the air is an adventure you’ll never forget.

This Hilo zipline course spans seven lines, and also features views of the Pacific Ocean from up on the mountainous ridgelines. The course is designed for all comfort levels, as the first line is the shortest which then build up from there. Even if you’ve never been zipling before or have gone a dozen times, there are views, thrills, and heart-stopping moments that all different skill levels can enjoy. Additionally, each of the lines are named after a traditional staple of Hawaiian agriculture, and your guide will offer historical insight on native Hawaiian culture, as well as teach you sustainable practices that are still important to this day. You’ll even get to sample some tropical Hawaiian fruits while walking between the lines.

Finally, having already successfully crossed six lines, the pièce de résistance is the final line that is believed to be one of the longest ziplines in the country. As if the length isn't dramatic enough, you’ll soar right over a 250-foot (76-meter) waterfall while zipping between the two ridgelines, with the cobalt waters of the Pacific Ocean completing the view.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Maurice and Jack were great guides. We had a fantastic time zipping over some amazing views! A very well run adventure in a quaint town. We would go again!!

Thank Kristi C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Even this big chicken did it and loved it!

I kinda knew I might be the chicken of the group, as someone with a moderately intense fear of heights (I don't ride Ferris wheels, people). But when you're aiming to be MOTY (Mom of the Year), you suck it up so the 12-year old...More

Thank Leigh B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We went today and I have to say it was very cool. Went with my husband and two teenage daughters we all loved it . Learned a lot from our tour guides Malia and Annabelle. We learned about the different trees and fruit that are...More

Thank kmh4nym
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fun Family Zipline

My family of 4, which includes two teens, took the 7-line tour with guides Andrew and Drama. Both of the guides were funny and very informative. We learned a lot of interesting facts about the island and those things that are local to the region....More

Thank JTravel14
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Zipline excellence

Being an avid ziplining family we have seen the good the bad and the ugly of ziplines in many places. We have ziplines in many of the the Hawaiian islands and this is one of the top 3 we have been on. Jack and Charles...More

Thank Craig T
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