Tour Summary: No experience necessary! Zip with up to 65 miles per hour on 9 long lines, over 14 rushing waterfalls, suspension bridges, and treetops of the lush Hamakua coast rainforest.
- 9 long lines with 2 miles of spectacular ziplining
- Great ocean views, beautiful scenery, and over 14 waterfalls to see (including the Umauma Falls)
- Cross a Suspension Bridge over a river gorge, lava tube and fern grotto
- Ages 4 & up, great for the whole family!
- No Ziplining experience necessary
- Most popular tour at the Umauma eXperience!
- Also available in combination with a waterfall swim.
Important: Check in is 45 minutes prior to scheduled tour time. Ages 4 and up, with weight limits between 35 lbs. (16 kg) and 275 lbs. (125 kg) max.
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Tour Provider: Umauma eXperience
Tour start time: Daily at 10am, 11am, 1pm, and 2pm
Duration: 1.5 - 3 hours
Departure from: Hilo
Pick-up available? No
Included: Latest safety gear, including helmets and harnesses
Cancellations: 24 hour cancellation policy: Bookings cancelled less than 24 hours before tour time will be charged in full.
Read more: about ziplining on the Love Big Island website in our ziplining guide.
the Umauma eXperience observes the following enhanced check-in procedures to ensure the safety of their guests and crew:
All guests are required to wear a face covering (face mask, bandanna, face gaiter, etc.) during check-in and when social distancing is not possible. Children under 5 years old are not required to wear a mask. We highly recommend guests bring their own face covering as we may not have enough supplies to accommodate all guests.
All crew incorporates social distancing measures, and guests are also asked to work to maintain social distance (6 ft or more) from other guests on the property when possible.
Upon check in at the Visitor Center, all guests are required to undergo a simple health screen before being allowed on the property.
The Umauma Falls Zipline Tour has nine (9) long lines with 2 MILES of spectacular zipping, over 14 waterfalls and with great ocean views.
If you like swimming under waterfalls: This tour is also available as a “Zip n Dip” experience, which includes a relaxing swim at the private pond and nearby waterfall.
The first four lines are long dual lines which means you can zip next to a friend, and include a zipline over 2000 feet (610 meters) length that lets you soar over the river and many waterfalls
Other highlights include a crossing over a 200 feet suspension bridge that takes you over a water filled lava tube and fern grotto, and a close up view of the dual waterfall part of the Umauma Falls. You also get to view these famous triple-tier falls from a special shelter for zipline guests only.
Important: Requirements & Restrictions
To make sure that you will have the best possible time we highlight the most important requirements for this tour below:
- Check-in 45 minutes prior to your tour time. For example, if you booked a 10:00am zipline tour you need to arrive at 9:15am for check in.
- Moderate to advanced physical activity – must be able to climb 3 flights of stairs and walk for short distances.
- Ages 4 yrs. and up.
- Weight: 35 lbs. (16 kg) min – 275 lbs. (125 kg) max
Other good things to know are:
- No experience necessary
- Tours run rain or shine. Rain-wear will be provided in the event of wet weather.
- Pregnant women and those with serious medical conditions as well as persons with prior back and neck injuries are not permitted to participate.
- Closed-toe footwear, such as sneakers of hiking boots should be worn. Be sure to tie back long hair. Glasses should be secured with a strap. Make sure you remove any sharp objects from your pockets.
Video of the Umauma Falls Zipline Tour
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