Is food provided during the experience?
Yes. Guests are treated to light snacks and beverages throughout the day in addition to a picnic lunch and dinner.
Are there any participant restrictions in place?
Yes. If guests do not meet the following restrictions they will not be allowed to participate:
What happens in the case of rain? Will the tour still operate?
- No heart, neck or back problems
- No pregnant women
- Must weigh between 35 lb - 260 lb
- Ages 5 years and up
- Must be able to lift 15 lb and walk up stairs and over uneven terrain
Yes. The zipline tours operate rain or shine. In the case of severe weather, Kapohokine Adventures will make a judgment decision.What should I wear?
Guests are required to wear closed-toe shoes for their safety. Flip-flops, slippers, or sandals will not be permitted. For the best ziplining experience, guests should wear shorts or pants and a t-shirt. Be advised that guests who choose to wear a hat or sunglasses may lose them when ziplining. In the case of chilly weather, it is advised that guests also wear a jacket or sweater.Do I need to bring anything?
Yes. Guests must provide proof of identification (a government-issued ID) before participating. Participants are also welcome to bring their camera.What does Kapohokine Adventures provide on the tour?
We provide the following:
I have a dietary restriction or food allergy. Can I be accommodated during the tour?
- Military-grade LED flashlights
- Walking sticks
- Camera tripod to share
- Mosquito repellant
- Snacks and beverages (water, juice, soda) all day
- Picnic lunch and dinner at the Volcano House (dietary requirements and restrictions accommodated on request with advance notice)
- All entrance fees
- Access to private locations
Yes. Given enough notice all food and dietary restrictions can be accommodated during the picnic lunch and dinner at the winery.How long is the entire experience?
Depending on pick-up and drop-off locations the tour is approximately 12-14 hours long total.What safety restrictions or regulations are in place?
To ensure a safe experience for all, the following safety measures are in place:
- Zipline tours are not for pregnant women or anybody with a current or pre-existing heart, neck, or back conditions or injuries.
- Guests are required to sign a liability waiver on arrival.
- Guests must be able to negotiate stairs and lift 15 pounds.
- All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult
- Volcanic emissions, including sulfur gas, may affect those with respiratory concerns
- Guests should be able to negotiate stairs and walk for 20 minutes unassisted
- Participants should be prepared for immediate evacuation in accordance with directions given by County, State and/or Federal officials