Welcome adrenaline junkies! If you’re looking for a thrill on your vacation to Hawaii, we’ve got you covered.
Zip Lining in Hawaii
What better way to get the blood pumping faster than zip lining in Hawaii? As an added benefit, you get to enjoy the beautiful scenery in Hawaii – albeit for only seconds at a time. Here are some of places that you can zip line through paradise:
Big Island Adventure Combo: Helicopter, Zipline and Lava Tour
Big Island Kohala Canopy Zipline Adventure
Hilo Shore Excursion: Hamakua Coast Zipline over KoleKole Falls
Volcano and Zipline Adventure
Kauai Zipline Night Adventure
Kipu Zipline Safari
Zipline Treetop Tour
Haleakala Bike and Zipline Adventure on Maui
Ka’anapali Adventure: Zipline, Swim and Paddleboard on Maui
Jungle Zipline In Maui
Zipline and Waterfall Hike Combo Tour
Swim with the Sharks
Getting face-to-face with perhaps the most deadly animal on the planet isn’t good when you’re surprised. However, in an environment where you’re prepared and safe, it can be awesome. Going with expert guides, you can swim with sharks while being protected in a cage. Even though you’re protected in a cage, you’ll feel the blood start to pump once one of those sharks lunges at you for the first time. Swimming with sharks certainly is an experience you’ll never forget!
Fly Over a Live Volcano in a Helicopter with No Doors
Flying over a volcano spewing hot lava in a helicopter is one thing, but doing so with no doors is a completely different thing. Feel the heat emanating from the lava, and the thrill from the increased risk of falling out of the helicopter. As an added bonus, you get an even better view of the volcano with no doors. Take flight in a helicopter over a active volcano, on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Surf on the North Shore
If you’re in Oahu, you can face the legendary North Shore, one of the most formidable experiences for even the most skillful surfers. Unless you’re extremely experienced and knowledgeable about surfing, this is a task that you’ll want to enjoy with a well trained guide. At a minimum, you’ll want to be cognizant of the surf reports so you know what you’re getting yourself into.
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
While it may not be exciting as swimming with sharks (although it may unexpectedly be), scuba diving and snorkeling in Hawaii allows you to swim with wildlife that are unique to Hawaii. Hawaii offers just as much beauty underwater, as it does on land! Bright colors from marine life surround you as you swim about. View our guide on things to do in Hawaii to see where you can scuba dive and snorkel.