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Zip Lines in Hawaii

If you plan on taking a vacation to Hawaii, or perhaps you are lucky enough to live there, you can find a ton of zip lines in Hawaii.

It is likely you can find a zipline on all of the islands such as The Big Island of Hawai’i, Kaua’i, Kaho’olawe, Lana’i, Maui, Moloka’i, Ni’ihau, O’ahu and more.

You can find zipline courses in and around popular cities including Honolulu, Lahaina, Waikiki, Hilo and many more.

Hakalau, Hawaii

The Umauma Experience – 30 minutes north of Hilo on the big island of Hawaii, this course has nine different ziplines bringing the total lentgh close to two miles long. Enjoy breathtaking views of Umauma Falls, the ocean, jungle and other waterfalls. One zip line is over 2,000 ft in length. Follow them @umaumafalls on Twitter or Facebook. Watch a video of this zipline below:

Honoli’i Mountain Outpost (Zip Isle) – This is a popular course that has 7 ziplines that range from 200 to 1,100 feet long with heights up to 125 feet and taking you to speeds up to 40 mph. They also have 1 dual racing zip line and night zip tours available. Walk across a 150 foot long sky bridge and enjoy views of waterfalls like Kamaee Falls, volcanoes, the rain forest and even whales (at certain times of the year). Located at Botanical World near Hilo. Follow at or @zipisle on Twitter. Here is a video of Zip Isle below:

Hanalei, Hawaii

Princeville Ranch Zip n’ Dip Expedition – This zipline course is located in Hanalei on the island of Kauai in Hawaii and features 9 zip lines and a sky bridge that goes over a beautiful waterfall. There is also a one hour break at a swimming hole and a grand finale zipline that is 1,200 feet long! Follow them on Twitter @prakauai or at  Watch this video of the zipline below:

Hanama’ulu, HI

Kauai Backcountry Adventures Zipline– This course has 7 ziplines that take you down the side of a mountain and over lush, beautiful tropical forests. Your journey begins with an awesome 4 wheel drive adventure. After you fly around on the ziplines, you will have a picnic lunch and can swim in a natural swimming pool. Check out this video of this course below:

Hilo, Hawaii

Honoli’i Mountain Outpost Zipline – Features 8 ziplines that give beautiful ocean views above Hilo, sky bridges as well as splendid views of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea volcanoes. It will take you up to 200 feet high with views of waterfalls on the island. You can have an optional lunch at the end. Follow them on Twitter @KapohoKine or on Facebook. See this zipline by watching a video of it below:

Kaneohe, HI

Go Zip Oahu – Claims to be Oahu’s first and only zipline. They have a dual track system to allow people to ride next to each other. Speeds of up to 25 mph with views of Kaneohe Bay. There is also a tree house and night rides.  Follow on @bayviewminiputt on Twitter or  Check out a video of this zipline here:

Lawai, Hawaii

Just Live Zipline Tours – Three different zipline tours available up to 7 zip lines and 4 canopy bridges available. Soar 60 to 80 feet above the ground. Includes a zipline that is 800 feet long! Enjoy native Hawaiian tropical plant and bird life. They also have a 60 foot swing and rock climbing wall.  Follow on Facebook and watch a video of this course below:

Hawi, Hawaii

Big Island Eco Adventures – You’ll zip through the mountains and gulches of Historic North Kohala when you visit Big Island Eco Adventures. There are 8 ziplines and a 200 ft. suspension bridge. Stop in at the Mango Hut for some snacks and zip out of the hut for views of the Pacific Ocean.  Follow them on Twitter @BIEA2ZIPLINE.  Watch a video of this zipline course below:

Kapaau, HI

Kohala Zipline – Located on the Northern Tip of the Big Island. The course will take you over a river bed on the slopes of an extinct volcano, Kohala. There are 9 ziplines included in the tour, which takes approximately 3 hours to finish.  Follow on Facebook or take a look at their zipline course on this video below:

Keaau, Hawaii

Paani Ranch – The zip range on the Big Island of Hawaii includes seven zip lines and ends with the Grand Finale tandem line, where two people can race each other over a natural lily pond. You may even catch a glimpse of one of the wild pigs that roams the land. You may also want to take advantage of the other fun adventures at the ranch, including ATV rides and horse rides.  Follow at and see this course by watching a video of it here:

Lahaina, Hawaii

Go Zip Maui – Claimed to be Maui’s largest zipline, it boasts over 2 miles of zip lines that run side by side. They also have a 360 foot sky bridge and giant swing. A total of 7 zip lines, with seven different tours available. Moonlight tours also available. One zipline is 2,000 feet and the entire course drops almost 900 ft in elevation. A picnic lunch is available on some of the tours. Follow on Facebook or @KapaluaZipLine on Twitter. Video of this course can be seen here:

Makawao, Maui, Hawaii

Piiholo Ranch Zipline – This is the only zip line in Maui that you can ride side by side. There are four zip lines across with a total of three miles of zipline to ride on. Walk across sky bridges and enjoy native trees, plants, birds and other wildlife. 9 ziplines total, and twelve tree platforms. Some ziplines are as long as 1,000 ft! Follow on or @PiiholoZipline on Twitter.  Get a virtual tour of this course by watching this video:

Poipu Beach, Kauai, HI

Outfitters Kauai Ziplines – Several zip lines are available on Kipu Ranch that allow you to ride above tropical valleys, Ha’upu Mountains and beautiful waterfalls. Walk across sky bridges and enjoy the thrill of an 1,800 foot long tandem zip line! One zipline ends at a natural swimming pool that you can cool off in. Follow on Facebook and watch their zipline video below:

Maui, Hawaii

Skyline Eco Adventures – This company operates at three locations: Akaka Falls, Ka’anapali and Haleakala on Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii. Ride over stunning waterfalls and valleys. Includes swinging bridges. Each zipline gets progressively longer and more thrilling. Follow on Facebook or @skylineeco on Twitter. Here is a video of their course below:

Wailuku, Maui, HI

Maui Zipline – This zipline course lasts abotu 2 to 2 1/2 hours and has 5 dual ziplines at Maui Tropical Plantation located at Wailuku on the island of Maui. Zip line lengths are 325 to 925 feet. Enjoy views of the north and south shores of Maui, Haleakala volcano, a lagoon and lush botanical gardens.  Follow at or @mauizipline on Twitter.  Here is a video of Maui Zipline below:

Haiku, HI

North Shore Zipline – Northshore Zipline canopy tour has two locations to choose from: Camp Maui and The Gorge in Maui.  There are 7 zip lines up to 900 feet long, sky bridges and tree platforms. They feature a harness that allows you a complete range of motion while riding the zip line. It gives views of the North Shore of Maui and takes you to heights of 70 feet at speeds of 40 miles per hour. Follow at or @NorthShoreZips on Twitter.  Video of course:

Wailuku, Hawaii

Flyin Hawaiian Zipline – 8 ziplines from 250 to 3,600 feet. Longest, fastest and highest zip line in Maui. Course covers a distance of 2 1/2 miles total. Enjoy viewing trees, flowers and wildlife. Includes short 4 wheel drive adventure. Follow them on Facebook and see what this course looks like on this video below:

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