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Big Island Eco Adventures II

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Welcome to Big Island Eco Adventures II
One of the Big Island’s most popular zipline tours features spectacular scenery and plenty of adrenaline where guests zip through the unspoiled, breathtaking mountains of historic North Kohala.

Zipline BridgeBIEA features eight exhilarating lines that crisscross deep tropical ravines and yawning gulches. The knowledgeable guides are both entertaining and informative as they share intriguing stories of the area’s rich Hawaiian culture and the land’s natural history. Along the way are gorgeous hikes through pristine forest, macadamia and guava orchards, as well as former sugar cane fields.

You’ll test your courage as you make your way across BIEA’s 200-ft suspension bridge overhanging a beautiful fern grotto. Make sure to hang on tight and stop midway for a one-of-a-kind photo opportunity of the tour’s 60-ft waterfall flowing right beside and under the bridge!

Mango Hut nutsA Gilligan’s Island feeling Mango Hut is perched above a panoramic valley, where guests may indulge in delicious, locally-made snacks and beverages, while cracking open fresh macadamia nuts from the largest organic macadamia nut field in the state of Hawaii. Zip right off the Mango Hut for an exhilarating finish of the tour with unparalleled views of Waianaia  Gulch and the Pacific Ocean. You can see Maui from here!

ziplineBig Island Eco Adventures II is definitely worth the drive to North Kohala, an area which offers many delightful venues of funky small towns and scenic wonders. BIEA is a “must see and do destination” on the Big Island. Both thumbs up from the Touch Hawaii crew!


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