Tours

Umauma Falls Zipline Tour

The best part of your vacation begins by zipping up to 65 miles per hour on 9 longlines, over 14 rushing waterfalls, suspension bridges, and treetops. Experience exhilarating panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean in this one-of-a-kind tour. Ages 4 and up - great for the whole family!
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Umauma Deluxe ATV Tours

Get down and dirty on a thrilling, fun-filled adventure for the whole family to enjoy! Take in a full tour of Umauma’s beautiful views on our all-terrain vehicles. Guided tours are offered daily at 9:30am and 1:00pm, and all drivers must have a valid driver’s license!
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Zip N Dip: Ziplining & Kayak Tours

Spend an adrenaline-filled day zipping our full 9 lines, followed by swimming, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, and relaxing in our private area of the Umauma River. A tasty lunch is provided so you can focus on your experience!
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Wailea Horseback Riding at Umauma Falls

Horseback Riding at Umauma

Ride with Wailea Horseback Adventures at Umauma Falls! Enjoy miles of open lush greener pastures and a lot of secret waterfalls to see and visit. It's a hidden paradise only accessible through horseback. Great for all levels of riders as well as first timers.
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Tour Umauma Falls & Gardens

Our beautifully landscaped grounds are perfect for a self-guided tour through our gardens and along the river walk. Enjoy spectacular views of our triple-tier Umauma Falls, sit and reflect in our meditation garden, and discover the unique scents of Hawaii’s tropical flowers and trees.
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Kayak & Swim in the Umauma River

Spend a few hours relaxing luxuriating in a private area of the Umauma River. Swim, kayak, stand up paddleboard or just relax and enjoy the scenery with your friends and family. A delicious catered lunch is provided in our secluded pavilion.
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Umauma Waterfall Rappel & River Tours

Want an extreme river adventure? Take a leap and rappel down a waterfall into the beautiful Umauma River. Afterwards, go for a swim or float, hike the valley, or just relax and enjoy Big Island’s natural beauty.
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