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 Zipline Oahu

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Oahu Zipline

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If you're on the hunt for an adrenaline rush while on vacation to Hawaii, there's no better way to get it than by ziplining in Oahu through the forests and hills. With various courses and activities to choose from, Oahu Zipline Tours are  quickly becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations on the island.

The zipline was such a fun and exhilarating experience!

Karina Martinez - Hawaii Visitor

before you go and try it out by yourself, there are some things you need to know first. In this guide, we will discuss what a zipline is, the different ziplines, activities available on an Oahu Zipline Tour, what to wear on tour, and much more.

We'll also provide some safety tips in case it's your first time going ziplining. Here's what you need to know about this exciting activity.

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Booking Your Tour


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Kualoa Ranch Zipline
Guided Tour
Rating:
Price:
$174.95
Duration:
3 Hours

Tour Description:

Kualoa Ranch zipline adventure incorporates seven exciting ziplines ranging from beginner 200-foot zip line lengths to our most distinguished zipline at 1300 feet! Enjoy The Breathtaking Views in Style with this Kualoa Ranch Zipline Tour!

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Coral Crater Zipline
Guided Tour
Rating:
Price:
$174.95
Duration:
3 Hours

Tour Description:

No matter your age or fitness level, you'll have an amazing time with us! Our ziplines are fast and fun because we use safety brakes that work. You don’t need to control speed or stop yourself - which means kids 6 years old + (with weight restrictions) can participate in this thrilling activity too!!

When you book your Oahu zipline tour with us, you can expect to do more than just zip down a line. In fact, other than having the time of your life we've selected the best Zipline locations around the island of Oahu. For example:  With our Jurassic Valley Zipline, you'll be able to choose from 7 different routes and even zipline over the famous King Kong, Jurassic Park, and Jurassic World filming locations (which is a must-do if you're a cinephile).

That's not it: You'll get to spend some time around the 5 hiking trails around the ranch while taking unique photos as a memory.

Lastly, the tour includes transportation from Waikiki, which is the perfect time to enjoy Oahu's countryside and Ocean Views!

Ziplining in Oahu

Tour Information


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What Is A Zipline?


A zipline is a cable that is suspended high up in the air, typically between two trees and made of stainless steel, and is used as a means of transportation or recreation.

It allows people to fly down the slope to travel from the top of the inclined cable to the bottom. Ziplines can vary in length and height; some even have multiple loops you can zigzag through.

How Long is A zipline Tour?


Oahu Zipline Tours are typically 2 hours long. Depending on the Zipline Tour you choose, you can expect a different number of zipline routes and lengths. For example, Kualoa Ranch is home to 7 different ziplines, and all of them are included in the tour. The shortest one is 200 feet long, and the longest one is 1300 feet, or a quarter of a mile. Needless to say, it will be one memorable experience for everyone!

How Much Does it Cost to Zipline on Oahu?


Zipline prices can vary depending on the company and the tour you choose - from $105 to $400 per person. That being said, here at Real Hawai'i tours our Oahu ziplines are around $175 + tax per person.

Can I Bring My Camera on a Zipline Tour?


Yes, you can, and we recommend bringing your own camera on tour, especially your GoPro and a selfie stick. However, we recommend leaving valuables such as jewelry at home.

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What To Expect


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Every Oahu Zipline Tour is different in their own aspect. However, just so you get an idea... let's cover a day on one of the most popular zipline tours on oahu  -  The Jurassic Valley zipline at Kualoa Ranch!

You'll start your day by Jumping on a shuttle bus from Waikiki to Kualoa Ranch and enjoy the stunning landscapes around Oahu - getting there will take approximately 1 hour. Once at the ranch, the physical requirements will be checked, and you'll get ready to go ziplining.

You'll start with the shortest zipline, which is 200 feet, and enjoy a few different lines until reaching the last one, which is 1300 feet long.

While descending, you'll go through famous filming locations such as those in Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, and King Kong, and we recommend taking your GoPro to watch them again at home.

Once you're done, jump back on the bus to Waikiki and remember all the incredible moments and unique locations you've just witnessed.

Ziplining In Oahu

What To wear


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First and foremost, you'll want to dress for comfort. Wear clothing that you don't mind getting dirty or wet, as you may be climbing through mud and over puddles.

Secondly, make sure to wear closed-toe shoes as they're required, and don't forget to bring sunscreen as the sun in Hawaii is pretty strong. With that in mind, tank tops and short sleeve shirts are fine.

You should also avoid wearing loose clothing or jewelry that could get caught on the zipline. For women, it's important to use a hair elastic as you will feel more comfortable.

We also recommend bringing your own camera on tour, especially your GoPro and a selfie stick. However, we recommend leaving valuables such as jewelry at home.

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Standard Requirements


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To start with, all participants must be 18 years old if an adult or a guardian doesn't accompany them.

Apart from that, there are physical requirements that you should take into consideration, and that will be checked upon arrival, and these are:

Height: 4'8" to 6'9" 

Waist Size: 22” to 50” 

Upper Thigh Size: 4'8" to 6'9"

Weight: 4'8" to 6'9" 

(May Differ Depending on Tour)


Lastly, this tour isn't recommended for pregnant women or people with spinal issues, heart conditions, or joint pain and we suggest visiting a doctor before coming if that's the case.