You Asked, We Answered: Honolulu Zipline Questions
Are you searching for great ziplining around Honolulu? Whether you’re a local looking for an adventure or a visitor vacationing in one of the best places on earth, you probably have a few questions. Luckily, we are here to answer them!
Does Honolulu have ziplining?
Yes! Honolulu and the surrounding areas have a number of zipline options. Ziplining is a wonderful way to explore the island of Oahu.
How much does it cost to zipline in Honolulu?
The cost depends on the type of zipline tour that you choose. At Coral Crater, you can experience the Full Zipline Tour (6 lines) or the Half Zipline Tour (3 lines). The Full Zipline Tour is $179.99 and the Half Zipline Tour is $99.99.
Is ziplining in Oahu worth it?
Absolutely! There’s so much to do in the area, and a “Quick Zip” half-zipline is the perfect way to fit in a fun and exciting excursion in the jungle! Experiencing this thrilling tropical adventure will create a memory that you’ll cherish forever.
How long does it take?
If you want a more extensive adventure in paradise, you can choose the Full Zipline Tour (6 lines) which takes approximately 2 hours. If you are short on time, the Half Zipline Tour (3 lines) is perfect because it only takes approximately 1 hour.
What is the best time to zipline in Oahu?
Any time is the best time to zipline in Oahu! Our zipline tours start at 9 am and run until 6 pm. If you want to go during the coolest time of day, we recommend booking earlier in the morning, but no matter when you book, your adventure will be unforgettable! We also have a Sunset, S’mores, & Stars Night Zip if you want to switch it up and zipline at night!
What are the travel times from Honolulu, and from Waikiki?
The travel times vary depending on your exact location, but the drive from Waikiki to Honolulu and back is usually between 24 and 28 minutes. If you are traveling from Honolulu to Coral Crater Adventure Park, it’s about a 32-minute drive via I-H-1 E.
Honolulu and its surrounding areas are exhilarating locations for ziplining, so no matter which tour you choose, when you go, or where you are traveling from, you’ll be overjoyed that you took the leap (literally!). We can’t wait for you to see Hawaii from this perspective!