Zippin' Volcano Zipline Adventure in Hilo, HI

KapohoKine AdventuresGrand Naniloa DoubleTree by Hilton LobbyHilo, HI 96720
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Get your heart racing and soar to new heights in this fast-paced zipline and volcano expedition. Experience 8 thrilling ziplines, Hawaii’s beautiful landscape across 2 miles of tropical river gorges, and waterfalls from 160 feet in the air. After your high-flying adventure, enjoy a picnic lunch and set off to discover Hawaii Volcanoes National Park firsthand while watching the sunset.


from Zippin' Volcano (Kona)
Take your need for speed to new heights on this thrilling zipline and Volcano adventure. Enjoy a relaxing drive through Saddle Road with views of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on your way to the most beautiful falls on Hawaii. Covering nearly two miles of gorgeous tropical river gorges, our 8-line zip course is fun for the whole family. View multiple different waterfalls while soaring over 160-feet above them. Our certified staff will guide you over one of the longest lines on Hawaii Island at more than 2,400 feet in length! Ride the only all side-by-side dual-track zipline on Hawaii!

After your zipline adventure, enjoy a picnic deli-style lunch. Next, you head out to explore Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park and stay past sunset! This fully narrated adventure with your Park Ranger-trained guide reveals the highlights of the Park, from active volcanic craters and steam vents. Enjoy dinner at Volcano Winery. Guests can expect a private vineyard and tea orchard tour, plus a wine tasting or glass of wine included with dinner at the Winery. Return to the Park and watch for current volcanic activity as the sun sets before returning to Kona. Lunch, dinner, snacks, and beverages are included.

Tour Duration: 14 hours (approximately)

• No heart, neck or back problems
• No pregnant women
• Must weigh between 35 lb - 260 lb
• Ages 5 years and up
• Guest under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
• Must be able to lift 15 lb and walk up stairs and over uneven terrain

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"Kilauea Hike and Flow (Hilo pickup)"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 19, 2019 NEW
Don’t be fooled by the name as this is only a sightseeing tour where you spend most day in the bus and there is no hiking involved. Booked this tour the night before as they had their Hilo office in my Hotel (Doubletree Naniloa) and I wanted to join a group tour with hikes. The staff in the office at the Doubletree don’t know the tours very well and that was very unfortunately. The lady (the taller of the two girls working the stall) who advised me seemed annoyed she had to answer my questions (i got there ~1 hour before they close and she was dealing with someone on the phone and at first didn’t even acknowledge me for a good 10 minutes), she then quoted the wrong price (almost half the price), activities (she said we’d see a waterfall or two as well) and start time to me (so i ended up showing up 30minutes before everyone else!!) and as a result I wasn’t super pleased the day of the trip. I was looking for a tour with lots of walking (and hiking) of which this tour has none. I would not recommend to anyone looking for any physical activity. The only time we ‘hiked’ was for a 1 mile walk on flat terrain from the crater to the sulfur steam holes. I was the only participant who was under 70/75 so that tells you all you need to know. Our tour guide was Lisa and she tried hard to be funny and knowledgable but I have to admit i struggled giving her the benefit of the doubt after I got all the wrong information at the hotel. It also didn’t help that we had a couple of local guests (moved to Hilo a couple of years ago) which seemed to know more than anyone else at the company about the Island/tour.
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Loganville, Georgia
"Ziplining Through Paradise"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 18, 2019 NEW
My teenage daughter and I had an amazing experience on this zip line adventure. The guides were awesome and explained everything in such detail. They were friendly, funny, knowledgeable and made the experience so enjoyable. We will definitely do this again when we return to Hilo.
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Wasilla, Alaska
"Memories full of laughs, views & adventure~"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 17, 2019 NEW
The staff were all so amazing & fun! They certainly created a safe, yet fun environment aside from the amazing view & waterfalls. We already recommended to friends who have already booked their adventure~ We hope to see you all again on day!
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Windham, Maine
"A big waste of time. Wouldn't honor my Groupon Deal and likely lied to me about it."
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed March 16, 2019 NEW
On March 15th, I purchased a Groupon for $230 for two, or 50% off, for the nine hour Volcano Park Tour Hike & Glow. Before I purchased the Groupon at 3 a.m., I went to this tour operator's website to make sure they had space available for the tour we wanted the next day of the 16th. Their calendar showed the tour was open and available to book for the next three days. Their website wouldn't let me book with a Groupon Voucher, and it instructed me to call them directly to redeem with 24 hours advance notice. The Tour Company had an office in our Hotel, at the Hilo Double Tree, so first thing in the morning I went down to book the tour for the next day with my Groupon Voucher. We waited in line for 15 minutes while another couple took forever asking questions about booking tours. There was only one rep. When we finally got our turn, at first their representative told me we were the only two who had booked the next day, and they needed a minimum of four people for the tour to operate. She told me we could book it, and hopefully within 24 hours at least two other people would book. She then asks if we could go another day? (We only had two days left, so our time was limited. ) We said we'd book and hope somebody else joined before morning. She then called somebody to book us with our voucher, in the hopes they'd find another two people by the next day. When she got off the phone, the story had changed. Now she told us the tour was not available the next day because they didn't have a bus to run it! I then spent three hours of my morning wasting my vacation while trying to get a refund with Groupon that you must request within 24 hours of the purchase. (There is no number to call and talk to a human) In the meantime, my bank put a freeze on my debit card because they saw a transaction in Hawaii, although we'd been using the card for ten days here. Now Groupon is telling me I'll get a refund in ten days. So we'll see? (I admit, this tour company has no connection to Groupon, so that wasn't their fault with our refund trouble) We then spent the day trying to find another tour that didn't cost $400+ for two people. This tour company tried to sell me a shorter tour for $300, but I declined getting ripped off by a tour company. All the activities in Hawaii are way overpriced! Two people can barely do anything for less than $300 per activity. On a two week trip, this really adds up! Well, we finally found another tour and went with them today. They only charged $100 per head for an eight hour tour. The kicker? When we got to Volcano Park, a big red van with KapohoKine tour group's signage was there in there in the parkinglot! (I thought they weren't running the tour because there was no bus available? ) I might be wrong, but I theorize the lady was telling the truth that nobody else had booked the tour at the time we tried. I think when she called her superior and told her we had a voucher for $200 for their tour that usually costs $450, her superior must have told her to make an excuse up about not having a bus the next day instead of honoring our Groupon Voucher for $200 and taking a loss. I understand business is business and you've got to make a profit, but when we bought the Groupon, it said redeemable any day until July 2019. If you're going to offer 50% Groupon deals, I really think the company should honor them. Not just decide you got too good of a deal, there's not enough people booked paying full price, so they're going to make up two different excuses as to why the tour won't be going that day. (Even though their own website showed it open and running the day we wanted to go. Later in the day, their site still showed the tour was bookable the next day) I don't like being lied to! Would not recommend this company.
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Nampa, Idaho
"Zippin and Rippin!"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 16, 2019 NEW
We had a great time. Staff was excellent. Never once felt my safety was compromised. Road to zipline course could use some grading work. Zipline itself was very fun and people were super friendly!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Zippin' Volcano (Kona)

Is food provided during the experience?
Yes. Guests are treated to light snacks and beverages throughout the day in addition to a picnic lunch and dinner.

Are there any participant restrictions in place?
Yes. If guests do not meet the following restrictions they will not be allowed to participate:

  • No heart, neck or back problems
  • No pregnant women
  • Must weigh between 35 lb - 260 lb
  • Ages 5 years and up
  • Must be able to lift 15 lb and walk up stairs and over uneven terrain

What happens in the case of rain? Will the tour still operate?
Yes. The zipline tours operate rain or shine. In the case of severe weather, Kapohokine Adventures will make a judgment decision.

What should I wear?
Guests are required to wear closed-toe shoes for their safety. Flip-flops, slippers, or sandals will not be permitted. For the best ziplining experience, guests should wear shorts or pants and a t-shirt. Be advised that guests who choose to wear a hat or sunglasses may lose them when ziplining. In the case of chilly weather, it is advised that guests also wear a jacket or sweater.

Do I need to bring anything?
Yes. Guests must provide proof of identification (a government-issued ID) before participating. Participants are also welcome to bring their camera.

What does Kapohokine Adventures provide on the tour?
We provide the following:

  • Military-grade LED flashlights
  • Umbrellas
  • Walking sticks
  • Camera tripod to share
  • Mosquito repellant
  • Sunblock
  • Snacks and beverages (water, juice, soda) all day
  • Picnic lunch and dinner at the Volcano House (dietary requirements and restrictions accommodated on request with advance notice)
  • All entrance fees
  • Access to private locations

I have a dietary restriction or food allergy. Can I be accommodated during the tour?
Yes. Given enough notice all food and dietary restrictions can be accommodated during the picnic lunch and dinner at the winery.

How long is the entire experience?
Depending on pick-up and drop-off locations the tour is approximately 12-14 hours long total.

What safety restrictions or regulations are in place?
To ensure a safe experience for all, the following safety measures are in place:

  • Zipline tours are not for pregnant women or anybody with a current or pre-existing heart, neck, or back conditions or injuries.
  • Guests are required to sign a liability waiver on arrival.
  • Guests must be able to negotiate stairs and lift 15 pounds.
  • All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Volcanic emissions, including sulfur gas, may affect those with respiratory concerns
  • Guests should be able to negotiate stairs and walk for 20 minutes unassisted
  • Participants should be prepared for immediate evacuation in accordance with directions given by County, State and/or Federal officials