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Big Island Kohala Zip and Dip Tour from Kona

Big Island Kohala Zip and Dip Tour from Kona - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$275.00

Double the adventure on this full day 9-hour Kohala Zip and Dip tour. After being picked up by your guide in the early morning, you'll spend an inspiring and exhilarating full day in North Kohala, a land of stunning beauty and profound cultural significance ... More info ›

Double the adventure on this full day 9-hour Kohala Zip and Dip tour. After being picked up by your guide in the early morning, you'll spend an inspiring and exhilarating full day in North Kohala, a land of stunning beauty and profound cultural significance. Zipline high above the forest floor, picnic on the rim of Pololu Valley & swim under a private waterfall fed by a cool mountain stream.

Your Kohala Zip & Dip tour begins with an early morning pickup at your Kona or Waikoloa hotel for the drive up the glorious Kona coastline. Pass through the charming plantation towns of Hawi and Kapaau, in the Halawa Lands of King Kamehameha, and keep an eye out for large marine life offshore, including spinner dolphins and humpback whales (in the winter). After a safety briefing from your guide, gear up and climb aboard your 6x6 Pinzgauer open air off-roading military vehicle and enjoy the Kohala views on the way to the top of the course.

From the moment you begin your aerial adventure at the Kohala zipline park in Kapaau, you will be enthralled by the unspoiled beauty of Kohala, the northernmost region of the Big Island. Perched among lofty trees, this exciting canopy park features soaring tree platforms, five elevated suspension bridges and nine thrilling ziplines. Exclusive features, such as the twin WhisperLines€™, ensure you'll hear the sounds of the forest, and not the sound of metal on metals from the ziplines. Safety is the top priority and courses are inspected twice daily, and you have the ability to choose the speed and orientation of your zipline. A total course length of 4,580 feet (1,395 meters) and height of 140 feet (42 meters) ensure that this adrenaline-rushing experience will be the highlight of your Hawaii vacation. 

After your aerial trekking, your naturalist guide will continue your adventure to explore a private mountain stream with waterfalls, ancient Hawaiian agricultural sites, and a private waterfall swim awaits. Your destination is the Kohala Ditch Trail, built in the early 1900s to irrigate the surrounding former sugar plantation. Hike approximately 1.0 mile (1.6 km), passing blasted-out tunnels, ditches and an old aqueduct while your guide shares the history of the plantation and the construction of its impressive irrigation system. Throughout the moderately challenging hike, see multiple Kohala waterfalls that dot the lush and diverse landscape. Stop at the last fall for a chance to jump into the refreshing pool and cool off under the cascade. Take a break and enjoy a picnic lunch at a breathtaking private picnic area overlooking lush green valleys and 1,000 ft. sea cliffs plunging into the ocean. This is the adventure you'll take home and talk about for years to come. At the end of the hike, relax on the ride back to your hotel, where your 9-hour tour concludes at approximately 4:30 p.m. in the afternoon.

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Captain Cook by Land and Sea KONA

Captain Cook by Land and Sea KONA - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$249.60

James Cook is among the most famous and prolific British explorers and cartographers of all time. Sailing thousands of previously uncharted miles around the globe Captain Cook met his tragic end right here on Hawaii Island ... More info ›

James Cook is among the most famous and prolific British explorers and cartographers of all time. Sailing thousands of previously uncharted miles around the globe Captain Cook met his tragic end right here on Hawaii Island. Follow in the great explorers footsteps on this unique adventure by land and sea. Start by heading south deep into Kona coffee country. Visit to Bay View Farm.Next visit Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park is one of the those places. Explore this historic 420 acre Park with your National Park Service-trained guide and see temple platforms, fishponds, and remnants of ancient life in Hawaii. Finally, take to the seas on a high-speed Zodiac-syle raft. Explore sea caves and lava tubes along the rugged Kona Coast while on the lookout for marine life all around you. Reaching the sheltered and pristine waters of Kealakekua Bay you’ll come face to face with the monument to Captain Cook, swim, and enjoy a deli lunch onboard before returning.

James Cook is among the most famous and prolific British explorers and cartographers of all time. Sailing thousands of previously uncharted miles around the globe Captain Cook met his tragic end right here on Hawaii Island. Follow in the great explorers footsteps on this unique adventure by land and sea. Start by heading south deep into Kona coffee country. Visit to Bay View Farm, a working 24 acre coffee farm nestled on the slopes of Mauna Loa Volcano just above beautiful Kealakekua Bay and known for the best Kona coffee since 1984. Here you’ll see coffee growing on the trees and learn about the various steps and processes in making coffee, all of which happen right here on the farm. You’ll sample 100% Kona Coffee at a gorgeous overlook with stunning views of Kealakekua Bay and the monument to Captain Cook standing on the only sliver of British land in the United States. Before coffee there was kapu, the ancient Hawaiian system of laws. Should a person break a kapu and face almost certain death they could make their way to place of refuge and be absolved. Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park is one of the those places. Explore this historic 420 acre Park with your National Park Service-trained guide and see temple platforms, fishponds, and remnants of ancient life in Hawaii. Finally, take to the seas on a high-speed Zodiac-syle raft. Explore sea caves and lava tubes along the rugged Kona Coast while on the lookout for marine life all around you.   Reaching the sheltered and pristine waters of Kealakekua Bay you’ll come face to face with the monument to Captain Cook, along with snorkeling that ranks among the best in Hawaii. Perfect for both beginners and experienced snorkelers. Snorkel, swim, and enjoy a deli lunch onboard before returning.

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Chinaman's Hat stand up paddle board tour

Chinaman's Hat stand up paddle board tour - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$190.00

Flexibility of designing the tour based on your desire. Unique location known only by locals ... More info ›

Flexibility of designing the tour based on your desire. Unique location known only by locals. Fantastic spot to look for turtles, monk seals and tropical fishes. TOUR AVAILABLE FOR A MINIMUM OF 3 PEOPLE.

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Stop At: Chinaman's Hat, Oahu, HI 96744

A private tour, family style, to Chinaman's hat island with paddle boards. Snorkeling is also possible once we get to the little island. No skills required, beginners are welcomed.

Duration: 4 hours

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East Maui Waterfalls and Rainforest Hike with Hotel Pickup

East Maui Waterfalls and Rainforest Hike with Hotel Pickup - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$169.79

Discover the natural beauty hidden just off Hawaii’s famed Hana Highway on a waterfalls and rainforest hike in east Maui. This 6- to 7-hour excursion takes you deep into one of Hawaii’s most popular valleys, where several waterfalls tumble within a short distance of one another ... More info ›

Discover the natural beauty hidden just off Hawaii’s famed Hana Highway on a waterfalls and rainforest hike in east Maui. This 6- to 7-hour excursion takes you deep into one of Hawaii’s most popular valleys, where several waterfalls tumble within a short distance of one another. On this relaxed hike, take a dip into the pools located beneath the falls, clamor up columnar basalt rock formations to jump safely into the water, and enjoy a healthy lunch. Round-trip transport from your Maui hotel included.

Outfitted in a swimsuit, begin the journey from your hotel—if you’ve opted for round-trip transport—or meet your guide in the town of Kahului, where the Hana Highway begins. You’ll be driven to the entrance of the hiking area, which was selected for its heavy concentration of waterfalls. Your guide will lead you along streams to three or more of these breathtaking cascades, some more than 40-feet (12-meters) high. While many tourists flock to Hana Highway area for its scenic beauty, your local guide knows the best vantage points for appreciating the falls on your 2.5-mile (4-kilometer) hike.

The waterfalls are breathtaking from land, but they’re even better up close. Wade into any of the pools under the falls—depending on the season, some are calm enough to pass beneath. With advice from the guide, adventurous types can climb up to the nearby columnar basalt ledges and jump 10- to 15- feet (3- to 4.5-meters) into the water below. After exploring the waterfalls by both land and water, enjoy a healthy lunch of your selection of sandwiches, chips, fresh island fruit, cookies and water. Dry off from your time in the water before finishing your hike. A van will transport you back along the Hana Highway to your hotel.

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Endangered Birds Of Hawaii

Endangered Birds Of Hawaii - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$225.00

Hawaii is known as the endangered species capital of the world, drawing visitors from around the world hoping for a glimpse of some of the rarest birds in the world. Enjoy a day of exploration as we visit the heart of Hawaii Island, and pay a visit to unique locations that still teem with Hawaii’s native birds while enjoying the natural beauty on the largest volcanoes on earth ... More info ›

Hawaii is known as the endangered species capital of the world, drawing visitors from around the world hoping for a glimpse of some of the rarest birds in the world. Enjoy a day of exploration as we visit the heart of Hawaii Island, and pay a visit to unique locations that still teem with Hawaii’s native birds while enjoying the natural beauty on the largest volcanoes on earth. We will search two separate locations to see Palila and Akiapola’au, two of the world’s most amazing critically endangered birds in all of the islands. If you’re a birdwatcher or just enjoy nature, you’ll be astounded at the beauty of these birds. This tour will take you far away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist areas, giving you a rare chance to see the hidden nature of Hawaii Island and understand its delicate balance in the middle of the pacific.

Tours depart at 6am from pickup locations along the Kona/Kohala Coast. Departure times can vary.

The Endangered Birds of Hawaii adventure travels mauka (inland) from the west coast of the island making our way towards the Saddle road area. Along the way, you will get to learn about the amazing variety of habitats, past and present, found on Hawaii Island. Learn how the island was formed and has changed since western contact.

The tour takes us along the old “Saddle road” area, home to many different birds including Pueo, Pheasants, and Francolins which are fun to spot as the tour winds its way up into the Saddle area between Maunaloa and Maunakea. Around 8:00 AM to the Pu’u La’au area at just over 7000’ in elevation is on the lower slopes of Maunakea and offers a beautiful view of Maunaloa across the saddle area.

After a briefing, we begin exploring the area looking and listening for Palila. Consider by many to be a jewel of the Hawaiian bird population and its dwindling numbers make it a must-see bird while visiting the island.

After spending time with the birds and plants here, we make our way to the Pu’u O’o area on the lower slopes of Maunaloa where we begin a 1-mile hike to a kipuka (a native forest oasis) to visit with more of our native species. As we meander through the beautiful native Koa and Ohia trees, we use our senses to capture views of ‘Akiapola’au, another of Hawaii’s endangered and interestingly adapted birds. This region also allows us views of the ‘Io, our native hawk, and other more common and endemic birds including I’iwi and ‘Apapane.

Lunch is usually served in the kipuka so guests can enjoy the sounds of our native forests while taking their mid-day break.

When our day of exploration comes to an end we begin our hike back to the vehicle. After some refreshments, guests relax in comfort as they car-bird on the way home.

An additional stop is made at the Mauna Kea Recreation Area on the way home to stretch, chat and have a rest stop before continuing back the Kona/Kohala Coast area.
*Guests must be able to hike at least a couple of miles round trip over level to undulating ground.

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Full Circle Island Tour With Hiking

Full Circle Island Tour With Hiking - Hawaii, United States

Duration: 14 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

From USD
$205.00

Join a small group for a guided adventure around the Big Island of Hawaii stopping at Waterfalls, Beaches, Hiking Parks, Forests, Cookie Factory, Lava Flows, Macadamia Nut tasting, Honey Farm, Coffee Farms, and Stargazing.   This tour has it all!  Includes highest-rated local guides will share with you the island's famous (and not-so-famous) sights, lead you on nature hikes, check out local wildlife and explain the island's rich history and culture ... More info ›

Join a small group for a guided adventure around the Big Island of Hawaii stopping at Waterfalls, Beaches, Hiking Parks, Forests, Cookie Factory, Lava Flows, Macadamia Nut tasting, Honey Farm, Coffee Farms, and Stargazing.   This tour has it all!  Includes highest-rated local guides will share with you the island's famous (and not-so-famous) sights, lead you on nature hikes, check out local wildlife and explain the island's rich history and culture.  This door-to-door tour includes both lunch and dinner, and is designed to be the most comprehensive tour of this island possible in a single day.  Designed for people who don't just want to ride in a bus all day, this tour breaks up the big distances of the Island into a combination of hikes, sightseeing, nature walks and fun commentary.   Hawaii Adventures Now's experienced guides know the competition and have designed this tour to be the most of everything!

You can expect to be picked up in a comfortable high-ceiling Mercedes Benz Sprinter van with a small group, and led on an epic adventure around the island.   Tailored to the group's pick-ups, this tour follows a circular route with stops at Akaka Falls, Macadamia Nut Farm, Coffee Farm (with tasting), Honey Farm, Big Island Candies Cookie Factory, Volcanoes Nat'l Park (if open), Black Sand Beach, Looking for Sea Turtles, Hiking in old volcanic park, Lava Tubes, Southernmost Town in the USA, and much more.   Be prepared to stop a lot, taking small hikes on the lava or forest looking for local plants, animals and birds.   Lunch is provided to be eaten outside along the way, and dinner is at a local favorite diner with a HUGE selection of popular local  foods sure to satisfy every taste.  At the end of the day, you will be taken up to a height of 2000 meters to spend some time looking at the stars with telescopes and binoculars.   Everything you need is included!   Hiking sticks, coats, rain-gear if needed, water, and binoculars!  If you can find another tour that does this much in a single day (you can't), then take it!

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