Trek Kilauea Volcano and soar above the beautiful Umauma River.
Experience the active Kilauea Volcano with a morning hike in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Feel the heat of the steam vents and witness the current summit eruption. Enjoy a picnic lunch before heading through Hilo along the scenic coast to Umauma Falls & Zipline Experience. Spend an exhilarating afternoon ziplining over the Umauma River and beautiful waterfalls on 4 dual lines. Enjoy the beauty of Hawaii’s countryside while taking in panoramic views of the ocean and mountain slopes. Enjoy the adventure of Hawaii!

Zipline Restrictions and Requirements: No experience necessary. Zipline activity is offered through The Umauma Experience. Ages 4 and up (under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian). Weight limitations: 35 lbs. minimum to 275 lbs. maximum. Tours run rain or shine and closed-toe footwear is required. Long hair will need to be tied back and glasses should be secured with a strap. Remove any sharp objects from your pockets. Pregnant women and those with serious medical conditions as well as persons with prior back and neck injuries are not permitted to participate.


2018 Volcano Update:

We are still operating our Volcano & Zipline Adventure tour!

**Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is set to reopen by September 22, 2018!!!**

Due to the recent volcanic activity, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is currently closed.  We will substitute alternate stops on this tour where you will be able to safely experience the volcanic landscape of the island. 

Please be assured that we only operate in areas deemed safe by the national park and local county government.  The volcanic eruption activity is currently in an isolated area of the Puna district.  This tour does not go to that area and will not be affected.

If the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park re-opens prior to your tour date, we will resume the original itinerary.  The national park has set a tentative date for reopening by September 22, 2018.  The proposed tour itinerary is subject to change as public access is allowed.

For more information on the status of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park please visit:

https://www.nps.gov/havo/recovery.htm