Kipu Ranch AdrenaLine Zipline Course

Adult
$129
Child (7-14)
$119

Ready for pure adrenaline? This Kauai zipline tour skips the baby stuff. You'll warm up on an 800-foot single zipline, and then move on to the 1,800 ft. side-by-side tandem zips. Fly upside down and pull your best spin moves! You’ll get to cool off by dropping into Bamboo Pool via WaterZip before you change into your Superman-style harness for the monster 4,000 ft. FlyLine Zipline.

  • Four Ziplines Total
  • Take the Plunge on the Original Water Zip
  • Try Out Kauai’s New 4,000 ft. Long Zipline

Exhilarating Kauai Zipline Tour Description

This course is two and a half hours of pure fun. Each zipline is different and unique and there are no beginner lines. On the very first ride, an 800-foot single zipline, you’re flying at 150 ft. above the valley floor. Move on to the 1800-foot side-by-side tandem ziplines — you’ll be buckled in and safe to flip upside down and race your buddy. This is a famous 1,800 ft. center-dismount monster zipline, with the longest airtime of any zipline on Kauai and the biggest rush… hanging upside down is a must-do thrill!

Enjoy some high-altitude smiles while soaring above towering trees, through the forest canopy and high above rivers and waterfalls. Take in the amazing views of Kipu Ranch, with its beautifully diverse terrain made famous in movies like Jurassic Park, Pirates of the Caribbean, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and The Descendants.

Cool off on a one-of-a-kind WaterZip. Hold on, step off, and then plunge into the refreshing Bamboo Pool, a natural lava rock swimming hole lined with fragrant white ginger.

But save your smiling muscles for the topper – a flight on the Kauai FlyLine. At over ¾ mile long it’s the biggest zipline in Hawaii. From a launching pad 50 feet tall, you’ll fly super-hero style headfirst reaching speeds of 60mph before you come into the ground level landing zone. This zipline tour on Kauai is two and a half hours of ear-to-ear grins.

What to Bring

Adventurers should be ready to have fun! Guests should wear swimwear under clothing, bring a towel, windbreaker or raincoat, sunscreen, shoes or sports sandals with heel straps, bug-spray, and a camera.

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