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Poipu Valley Skyline Ziplining Eco Adventure

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Zipline above Poipu, located on Kauai's relaxed south shore and just minutes from the beach, and enjoy eight ziplines over mountain valleys with epic views!

Description

Minutes from the sandy beaches of Poipu, Skyline's award-winning 8-zipline course is the perfect way to have a fun-filled day of adventure with your family. Learn about ancient legends from the island and enjoy sweeping ocean and mountain views from 200 feet up at speeds over 50 mph! Ride a fast, 5-line course that's perfect for families or challenge yourself with the full 8 ziplines. See the Garden Isle like never before with Skyline Eco-Adventures.

Includes

  • Instructor

  • Helmet
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8-Line Tour
Course Map

Get ready for eight lines soaring above multiple lush valleys, with picturesque views of Kauai's south shore.

Duration: 3 - 3:30 hour(s)
Available: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat
Pick-up: Not available
Inclusions: Instructor / Helmet

Schedule

Starting time: 08:00 - 15:00 (Show more)
  • 07:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 10:30-11:00

    Check-out

  • 08:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 11:30-12:00

    Check-out

  • 09:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 12:30-13:00

    Check-out

  • 10:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 13:30-14:00

    Check-out

  • 11:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 14:30-15:00

    Check-out

  • 12:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 15:30-16:00

    Check-out

  • 13:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 16:30-17:00

    Check-out

  • 14:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction (30 min)

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Line 5: Kiki A Ola

    "Kiki A Ola" is a reference to High Chief Ola, who ordered the construction of the iconic Menehune Ditch.

    Line 5 is the gateway from one valley into another, creating a flowing mesh of green below.

  • Line 6: Nounou

    "Nounou" is the name of a mountain said to have been formed by the figure of a sleeping giant.

    An expansive sense of freedom and open air are the defining characteristics of this line.

  • Line 7: Kaikapu

    "Kaikapu" is the name given to a giant serpent in Hawaiian mythology.

    This line will allow you to swoop low over the valley floor and experience the scenery rushing around you on both sides.

  • Line 8: Wainiha

    "Wainiha" is the name of a valley on the North Shore of Kauai that became the backdrop of many legends.

    Line 8, the most exciting line in the course, features a sudden drop to get your heart pounding.

  • 17:30-18:00

    Check-out

Adult ( Age & over ) From Child ( Age & over ) From
5-Line Tour
Course Map

A quick and thrilling zipline adventure that soars across five lines!

Duration: 1 - 2:30 hour(s)
Available: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat
Pick-up: Not available
Inclusions: Instructor / Helmet

Schedule

Starting time: 07:00 - 14:00 (Show more)
  • 06:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Return via Line 3

    You will ride Line 3 again as part of your return to the entrance of the course. On your second time around, you can enjoy different elements of the scenery with the same sense of excitement.

  • 08:30-09:00

    Check-out

  • 14:30

    Check-in & Safety Instruction

  • Line 1: Ka Holua Manu

    "Manu" was the name of a legendary boy who was famous for his mastery of the "Papa Holua," a type of Hawaiian downhill sled.

    This line will expose you to the mountain valleys and greenery that led to Kauai being dubbed "The Garden Isle."

  • Line 2: Nohili

    "Nohili" was the name of a legendary Hawaiian man who lived with his nine dogs on the west side of Kauai.

    Lush Hawaiian Uluhe ferns spill into the valley below this line.

  • Line 3: Alekoko

    "Alekoko" is a reference to the Menehune Fishpond—a place said to have been built by the Menehune, a mythic race of dwarves.

    Watch for clusters of Kukui, Hawaii's state tree, along this line.

  • Line 4: Alae

    "Alae" is the name of a species of bird native to the island that is said to have taught the secret of fire to the god Maui.

    This line takes you past the convergence of two valleys and offers excellent views of the Pacific.

  • Return via Line 3

    You will ride Line 3 again as part of your return to the entrance of the course. On your second time around, you can enjoy different elements of the scenery with the same sense of excitement.

  • 15:30-16:00

    Check-out

Had a blast doing this, will do again. Would post pic but have to figure out how to download from zip line website.

Darell and Penny

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Notes

Restriction(s)
8-Line Tour
  • Each participant MUST weigh between 80 lbs (36 kg) and 260 lbs (118 kg). Please provide accurate body weights during booking as you will be weighed at check-in. Misrepresentation of body weight could result in denial of service without a refund.

All Packages
  • Guests MUST be physically able to hike 1 mile over uneven terrain in hot conditions.

  • Guests with heart and cardiovascular issues are not permitted to participate in this activity.

  • Guests who are pregnant are not permitted to participate in this activity.

  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

  • If less than 2 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.

  • Guests should not have serious fear of heights (acrophobia).

8-Line Tour
  • Children 10 years old and above can participate in this activity.

5-Line Tour
  • Each participant MUST weigh between 60 lbs (27 kg) and 260 lbs (118 kg). Please provide accurate body weights during booking as you will be weighed at check-in. Misrepresentation of body weight could result in denial of service without a refund.

5-Line Tour
  • Children 8 years old and above can participate in this activity.

Required Items to Bring & Attire
All Packages
  • Closed toe shoes

Requirement(s) - Others
All Packages
  • Participants are required to sign a liability waiver at the time of check-in.

Additional Note(s)
All Packages
  • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.

  • Gratuity is not included in the price.

  • Complimentary parking available.

Booking Requirements (# of participants, vehicles, hours, etc.)
  • You can book a maximum of 12.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Reviews

Had a blast doing this, will do again. Would post pic but have to figure out how to download from zip line website.

Darell and Penny

We had a great time, our guides were awesome, they knew what they were doing. Thanks for a great time.

Darell and Penny

This adventure of 8 lines was so exciting. I am terrified of heights, but was committed to trying this very safe yet thrilling ex...perience. The guides were patient with me and reassured me that my harness was surely affixed. The sights are spectacular -- filled with the thick greenery of tree tops and the clear blue sky of Kaua'i. Note: there is a bit of uphill walking that is required to reach each of the launch platforms. more

Portland, OR Couple

Spectacular views! Our guide Noa & Ona were great!

Deb

The activity that i was looking forward to the most, on my most recent vacation to Kauai with my girlfriend and two friends of our...s last week, was this zipline adventure and it was so much better on many levels than i had imagined. it was my first, my girlfriend's second. this is a top notch crew that operates this gig. they called the day before our outting to remind and verify, checking in was quick and effortless, the entire staff is way cool and the ride from their storefront to the zipline site was a short and scenic 15 minuite ride. once you reach the initial starting point, your two guides (ask for Axel, he's a character) suit you up in your gear and it's a short hike (which is actually the longest of the day) to the first launching platform where they give you a brief zipline 001 tutorial. one guide takes off to the end of the line awaiting your arrival and the other assists and instructs you on how to proceed, and then one at a time you're zippin' down the line high above valleys of lush greenery with unimaginable views from your mountain top to the deep blue ocean miles away. each line is different than the others in height, speed, take off and landing, view, tension, etc. they take lots of pictures that you can view and opt to purchase after. it's worth every penny and if i would have had more time i would have done it twice. so, check it out, you'll dig it too.............. more

Mark & Chris from LA

Great couples experience! The staff was experienced and gave thorough directions which made us feel safe. They added humor while... giving information on each line and what to expect. At 60 years old, we could have done it longer! Water & safe transportation was provided. EXTRA nice was the amount of pictures that the team took of us which during the day and sold to us at a very reasonable price of $16.00 This was our first time zip lining and it will always be a special memory on our Poipu trip. more

Peach

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