Discover the true beauty of the island from above!
The Big Island has several great zipline locations to choose from. Tours can vary in length, setting, and theme. You can soar over the rolling hills of a working farm at speeds of up to 40 mph. Or you can zip over the rainforest canopy of a nature preserve teeming with tropical plants.
You’ll enjoy miles of ziplines and stunning scenery on whichever tour you choose. Aerial platforms, towers, and suspension bridges also add variety and excitement. Be sure to explore the exciting features on the tour grounds while you’re there too. Waterfalls are abundant on the Big Island and are a common feature on zipline courses. Some zipline companies let you add on a swim under the waterfall too.
Big Island Zipline Locations
Zipline tours on the Big Island can be found in two main locations. On the east side, overlooking the Hamakua Coast, just north of Hilo. There are also ziplines located on the north side, overlooking the Kohala Coast, near Hawi. Hawi is about an hour north of Waikoloa and Kona, but transportation is usually included in these tours.