Cruising to Kauai for the Summer? Book a Zipline Tour

by admin on June 17, 2015

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At Just Live!, we know many people dream of taking a cruise while vacationing. There’s something soothing, peaceful, and relaxing about being on the water, an experience far different than camping, spending your time in a hotel and riding the rides at Disneyland, or any other type of vacation. When you’re out on the ocean far away from civilization, it almost seems as though you’re in another place and time. In a word, it’s wonderful!

If you’re cruising this summer on Norwegian Cruise Lines or Pride of America and coming to Hawaii, don’t forget to book a Zipline Treetop Tour with us! Most Hawaii Norwegian Cruise Line vacations include cruise ports on the islands of Oahu, Maui, and Kauai, which make your cruise vacation even more spectacular as you have an opportunity to explore the islands, culture, and of course a zipline tour!

Our Zipline Treetop Tour includes 7 ziplines and 4 canopy bridges, and takes about 3 1/2 hours from check-in to check-out. If doing something that’s exciting, fun, and a bit of a challenge while on shore sounds like your cup of tea, all you need to do is see your shore excursion staff to book the tour. By booking direct with Norwegian Cruise Lines, you will receive courtesy shuttle transportation to and from our zipline course location!

Going on a cruise to Hawaii is many people’s ‘dream vacation,’ and understandably so! Escaping the trappings of the land and life and enjoying open water is a great way to de-stress and reinvigorate. Why not invigorate even more by enjoying a zipline tour while on Kauai? Many have called the experience “amazing” and “exhilarating.” There’s just something about propelling yourself high above the trees while enjoying fantastic views of your surroundings that’s exciting, adrenalin-pumping, and yes, for some, a bit intimidating. If you’re cruising to Hawaii this summer, be sure to book a zipline tour with Just Live!, Kauai’s only ‘treetop’ based zipline adventure!

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