Blog Articles and FAQ's about Zipline Tours in Hawaii


Are you interested in going on a zipline tour during your vacation this year? If so, you should definitely consult our zipline blogs for information about them first. I personally went on all the ziplines, filmed each one and made a video of every line I went on. By viewing these blogs you'll be able to get a very good idea of what these ziplines are like.




Zipline Tours Blog Articles and FAQ's

What is the difference between a regular zip line and a canopy zip line?

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How old do my youngsters need to be in order to go on a zip line?

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Ziplines are a phenomenon that is rather new in Hawaii. The first ziplines were created on Kauai, and then they spread throughout the state. The Kauai Backcountry Zipline is located in Hanamaulu, and is one of the originals.

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Every time a new zipline is built in Hawaii it seems like they're always trying to out do all the other courses by having a longer or a faster zipline.

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This year my girlfriend Simone and I decided that we were going to celebrate Valentines days a little bit differently then we have in the past. We decided that we were going to go up to the North Shore of Kauai and try out the zipline at the Princeville Ranch.

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When we checked in at the Outfitters Kauai office in Poipu the clouds were close to the ground, covering the ground with a light mist. It seemed like it would probably burn off in the next few hours, but for the time being it provided a much cooler climate then is normally found on the sunny south side of Kauai.

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Umauma Ziplines is located on the northern coast of the Hilo side of the Big Island. The location requires participants from Hilo to take a short drive up the Hamakua coastline to the ranch.

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The Big Island Eco Adventures Zipline is located in the town of Hawi on the North Shore of the Big Island, right in the middle of the Kohala District. This area is known for it's grass lands, eucalyptus forests and thick jungles.

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The volcano is one of the Big Islands most popular attractions. The view from the Jagger Museum is something that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime.

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The original zipline company to construct a zipline course in the state of Hawaii was Skyline Eco Adventures. Their original course was located on the edge or Crater Road on the way up to the top of Haleakala.

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Why is there only one zip line option on Oahu?

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We're going to be staying in Kailua/Kona but we can't locate any zip lines except on the other side of the island. Are there any closer?

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Related Information

Over the years our clients have asked us literally thousands of different questions. We have collected the answers to some of them that seem to come up relatively frequently and posted them on this page.

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David White
Thank you so much for clearing my doubt on difference between regular and canopy zipline. Thank you so much for clearing my doubt on difference between regular and canopy zipline.