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Zipline Tour | Koloa Zipline

  • Featured Zipline!
Adult
$156.45
Child (7+)
$156.45

Koloa Zipline guides will teach you how to zip different. Upside down, flying face first on your stomach, spinning backwards, hands free, kicking back or planked... what’s your favorite position?

Koloa Zipline is Kauai’s longest zipline course featuring 3 of the longest lines on island including the Waita line (1/2 mile). The course consists of 8 lines and lasts approximately 3.5 hours. For the more adventurous, our custom full body harness allows upside down, superman, backwards and tandem zipping!

  • 8 Ziplines
  • Longest Line on Island
  • Zip Different – Pick your style!

Koloa Zipline Tour Description

Koloa Zipline is Kauai’s longest zipline course featuring 3 of the longest lines on island including the Waita line (1/2 mile). The course consists of 8 lines and lasts approximately 3.5 hours. For the more adventurous, Koloa Zipline’s custom full body harness allows upside down, superman, backwards and tandem zipping!

What to Bring

Hats – Helmets allow you to wear your own hats. Ball caps are best, we don’t recommend cowboy hats or sombreros. Of course they have a great selection of ball caps in their retail store for purchase.

Shirts – Koloa Zipline uses full body harnesses and they have heard from some guests that tank tops are uncomfortable due to chaffing…your choice, they also have a great selection of t-shirts for sale in the retail store.

Shorts/PantsThis is serious!  Ladies – short shorts have the same “chaffing” effect as tank tops. We recommend longer shorts, or pants…yoga pants are perfectly acceptable. Gentlemen – those thin lightweight basketball/athletic shorts tend to creep up, making it….ummm…awkward. We recommend more sturdy shorts. Didn’t bring any? Koloa Zipline has you covered.  Check out their retail store for options.

Footwear – Closed toed shoes are required. We recommend tennis shoes or hiking boots. Water socks/reef shoes are fine, and the store has a nice selection of footwear as well.

Don’t forget to pack reef-safe sunscreen, sunglasses should fit securely, cameras are welcomed, and a locally made natural bug spray is recommended.

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