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Deluxe Zipline and Volcano Experience

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Length of Tour: 12 hours

Pick-up Locations: Waikoloa and Kohala hotels and resorts

Hawaii Ziplining & Volcano Viewing Tour Itinerary

Two Big Island tours in one? This is it! Travel along the gorgeous and magnificent Hamakua Coast. Take in views of natural wonders, sample a delicious Portuguese doughnut at Tex Drive-In, and absorb the wonders of the Big Island’s tropical coastline.

First up on our adventure is the Big Island zipline tour! At Hawaii Island’s best zipline, enjoy a catered picnic lunch before setting off a 9-line, adrenaline-filled adventure perfect for couples and families alike. This Hawaii zipline takes you over waterfalls, rivers, and gorges to see unparalleled views and unforgettable landscapes of the Big Island. First-timers and experienced daredevils both enjoy this incredible ziplining tour, voted best zipline on Hawaii for over six consecutive years!

Next, head to the world’s most-active volcano – Kilauea! Explore lava tubes, steam vents, and picturesque vistas that take your breath away. Relax and enjoy fine dining at Kilauea Lodge after your exciting Kilauea volcano tour. Dinner includes three courses: soups, salads, and breads to start, an entree of steak, the fresh catch, or vegetarian, and finally something sweet.

Then, take in the spectacular nighttime views of Halemaumau Crater, home of fire goddess Pele, while snapping photos and video through our industry-leading spotting scopes. These up-close views of Kilauea’s eruption are not to be missed!

Don’t worry, we do the driving home. Recline in your seat, have a cookie, and a hot beverage for the trip back. This is the best of the Big Island and we can’t wait to show you!

Lunch and restaurant dinner included on our Hawaii zipline and volcano combo tour.

  • Chevron down Requirements
    1. No experience necessary
    2. Ages 4 yrs. and up.
    3. Weight: 35 lbs. min – 275 lbs. max
    4. Pregnant women and those with serious medical conditions as well as persons with prior back and neck injuries are not permitted to participate.
  • Chevron down Weather
  • Tours run rain or shine. Rain-wear will be provided in the event of wet weather.

  • Chevron down What to Wear
  • Closed-toe footwear, such as sneakers of hiking boots should be worn. Be sure to tie back long hair. Glasses should be secured with a strap. Make sure you remove any sharp objects from your pockets.

  • Chevron down Terrain
  • Moderate – advanced physical activity – must be able to climb 3 flights of stairs and walk for short distances.