Kohala Zip & Waterfall Dip
From high-flying fun to underwater exploration, the Kohala Zip & Dip is your ticket seeing all sides of The Big Island.
100% Refund Policy
Kohala Zipline’s 24 hr. cancellation policy for parties of 4 or less, and 48 hr. cancellation/change policy for parties of 5 or more will recieve a FULL Refund. Cancellations within the cancellation period and “no-shows” will be charged the FULL AMOUNT of the tour.
I understand that every person in my party will need to sign a participation agreement prior to ziplining. I also confirm that everyone in my party is at least 8 years old and weighs between 70 and 270 lbs.
How much hiking do we do?
There are two short hikes on this tour. The first one is less than 150 yards, the second is about 500 yards.
Is there elevation gain?
Both hikes do have short ascents and descents. The first hike elevation gain is approxmately 90’, the second hike elevation gain is approximately 50’.
What is the water temperature in the pool we swim in?
Water temperature varies by season and the amount of rainfall. Temperatures range between 60 and 70 degrees F.
An unbeatable pairing of activities in Kohala such as ziplining and a chance to swim in a private oasis is precisely the ideal way of experiencing the wonder and awe of The Big Island, and we invite all to embark on this incredible series of activities.
- 8 Hour on 9 Hawaiian Ziplines
- Swim at a Private Waterfall
- Zipline Speeds up to 45 mph
- Lunch & Transportation Included
- Cruise throw the the Jungle in off-road vehicle
- Picnic on the rim of Pololu Valley
9 Ziplines, 5 Sky Bridges, 1 Rappel
Swim in a private Hawaiian waterfall
Deli style lunch with assorted soft drinks and juices.
Walking sticks, warm wear, towels, day packs and rain ponchos.
Ride in a 6 wheel drive Pinzgauer.
Transportation from most resort areas in Kona and Waikoloa.
Zip & Dip Video
The Big Island is a place of plenty, a location where anything is possible and there's nothing to stop the brimming fun and excitement. In the northwest corner of the Big Island sits Kohala, a region that houses a healthy dose of the thrills and adventure that The Big Island offers so freely to its guests and locals.
The Adventurous Highlights
You'll start your journey through this culturally significant section of The Big Island on an off-road drive through a private reserve. Aboard our 6-wheel drive passenger vehicle, you'll see Hawaii's rich scenery and culture unfold around you while our expert guide fills you in on the importance of Kohala.
When you reach your destination, the real fun starts – a series of fun activities that bring you closer to Hawaii's natural features. You may take notice to the natural waterfall that serves as the region's most predominant feature, and it's here and the pool it filters out into that you'll go for a swim. Enjoy the crystal blue waters as they filter down from a mountain stream above, showing you the process of nature on The Big Island.
As you're wading around in the cooling waters, you'll hear the excited hollers of other travelers as they soar through the forest's thick canopies. After you've dried off a little, you'll follow their lead and embark on adventure through the same rich forestry.
Flying Through Kohala
Acting as the thrills of the Kohala Zip & Dip combo is a zipline ride through the dense jungles of Kohala. You'll make your way up into the canopies of the forest where you'll be introduced to the gear and lines you'll be embarking down. Over 9 different lines are available for you to zoom down, each one providing an incredible and new view of The Big Island.
As you fly down and enjoying the rush of tropical air, you'll be completely free to let loose and enjoy yourself thanks to our high-end safety equipment. As you survey the area around you, you'll also catch 5 different sky bridges and a rappel that serve as other means to traverse through the high canopies of Kohala.
Once you're back on the ground, you'll set up near the rim of Pololu Valley for a picnic lunch provided by us. It's the ideal and serene ending to a perfect day.
Know before you book:
- Participants must be 8 years old.
- Weigh between 70 and 270 lbs. Participants will be weighed at check-in.
- Must be able to walk over uneven terrain and handle one short walk up about 25 stairs. This tour is not expectant mothers.
- Guests must wear closed-toe walking shoes. Pants, capris, or knee length shorts are recommended.
- What to Bring & Wear: Closed-toe shoes required. Bring a bathing suit (can be worn under clothes), hat, sunscreen and a light jacket or sweatshirt. Towels will be provided.