Toll Free: 800-231-7321
Year Established: 1985
Kualoa Ranch, family owned and operated, has its mission to be a role model as stewards of the land. We do this by preserving, protecting and enhancing its natural beauty and culture, while developing recreational and agricultural enterprises compatible to the environment.
Kualoa is one of the most historically significant destinations on Oahu, and in ancient times, one of the most sacred places on the island. Come experience the aloha and special sense of "ohana" (family) that the Kualoa employees share.
The zip line tour begins at the top of Kaaawa valley with 7 exciting tandem zip sections. Guests will learn about hawaiian traditions and experience kaaawa valley first hand zipping through native flora and fauna and crossing natural streams. Each zip provides a new cultural experience and learning opportunity for the guests.
The Zip tour begins at the top of Kaaawa valley with 7 exciting tandem zip sections. Each zip line is named after a culturally significant aspect of the valley. Guests will learn about the Hawaiian traditions and experience Kaaawa valley first-hand zipping through native flora and fauna and crossing natural streams. Each zip provides a new cultural and learning opportunity for the guest.
Our friendly and knowledgeable guides will help keiki (children) enjoy riding and begin to understand how to relate to horses. This is a nice introduction to horses for those children who are too young to go on the regular horseback tour. Children are led around on their own horse for about 5 minutes.
Capture the breathtaking Ahupua'a Ka'a'awa with views of ranch and farm lands, the site of many Hollywood movies and televisions films. This is a 1.5 hour tour on a vintage school bus.
The Ranch/ Movie Site tour will take you through the fascinating ranch complex, view an old WWII military defense bunker made into a mini museum, with Hawaiian historical exhibits, drive by the old Sugar Mill established in 1863, and hear stories of the ranch's background with Hawaiian legends and more.
As you travel to Ka'a'awa Valley you'll see aquaculture ponds in the distance and pass by 30 acres of orchids grown for world-wide distribution. You may also see cattle grazing in the fields and you'll stop near the Hawaiian Village while the guide explains the different structures.
You'll continue deep into the valley where JURASSIC PARK, MIGHTY JOE YOUNG, PEARL HARBOR, WINDTALKERS and other feature films were made. There are remnants of some of the more recent films and guides will point out filming locations of previous movies. There are several stops for photographs so bring your camera.
Cancellation Policy: Check here acknowledging that you may cancel or change your reservation at no charge provided you contact us before 12:00 noon the day prior to your activity, after 12:00 noon you will be accessed a 50% cancellation charge, same day or no Shows are assessed a 100% cancellation charge.
Guest are required to sign liability waivers for all tours.