Planning a Vacation To Hawaii? Put Ziplining on Your List

by admin on April 13, 2015

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Hawaii is many people’s “dream” vacation destination. If you’ve never been to the islands, you can only imagine the beauty of the ocean, beaches, tropical forests, and gorgeous, sun-filled days. At Just Live!, we know that for most who plan to vacation in Hawaii, lying on the beach and “chilling” is top priority. Everyone wants to relax when they go on vacation, at least for a bit. While that’s certainly understandable, you really should experience some of the exciting adventures in Kauai and other areas of Hawaii, such as ziplining or taking a helicopter tour!

So, you think you would rather stay on the ground and lounge on the beach than fly through the air? When you stay ground bound, you’re severely limiting your perspective and view of the beauty that surrounds you. Not only does ziplining in Kauai offer some amazing and breathtaking views of a spectacular Norfolk Pine forest and Mt. Kawaikini, the experience is exciting, invigorating, and just plain fun for the young and old alike.

Our most thrilling zipline adventure is the zipline eco-adventure, a 4 1/2 hour treetop/canopy tour that takes you across three ziplines and two sky bridges; later you will get to experience a 60 foot monster swing, 100 foot rappelling tower, and a 60 foot rock climbing wall. Talk about a workout! After a day filled with heart-pumping challenges, excitement, and the most fun you’ve ever had in your life, you’ll be ready to chill out on the beach.

Truly, no Hawaii vacation is complete without leaving a day (or at least part of a day) open for one of our state’s greatest adventures! With our expert tour guides along to give ecology narratives and granola bars to keep you fueled up throughout your tour, this will be one aspect of your vacation you’ll be excited to tell all of your friends and co-workers about. Amazing, in a word! When you come to Hawaii on vacation next month, be sure to check out Just Live!, the most happening place in Kauai.

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