Ziplining In Kauai – Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

by admin on December 16, 2016

ziplining in kauai

When you’re considering ziplining in Kauai, no doubt you have a few questions – especially if it’s your first time to ride a zipline. Naturally you’re a bit nervous, however you’ll see once you get started it’s an activity that’s filled with fun and adventure! Below we’ve answered a few of the most common questions guests have asked in the past.

First, are there age, weight, or health restrictions? At our facility, those who take a zipline tour should be at least 9 years of age and weigh at least 70 pounds. Maximum weight for our zipline adventures is 250 pounds, and those with health conditions including heart problems or back, hip, neck, or knee issues should not ride; pregnant women are prohibited from riding as well.

How long does a zipline tour take? While many people can imagine zipping along above the treetops in just a few minutes, it actually takes a bit longer, depending on the tour you choose. For instance, our longest adventure takes approximately 4 1/2 hours from check-in until completion, but you should factor in guide/safety instructions, orientation, climbing to the platforms before your descent, the number of ziplines and canopy bridge crossings, and other factors. It’s generally 2 1/2 to 4 1/2 fun-filled hours, depending on the tour!

Can those who fear heights take a zipline tour? Unless you are absolutely terrified or have anxiety issues you’re being treated for, a normal fear of heights is often alleviated by taking a zipline tour. Considering our strict safety standards, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing you’re completely safe and accompanied by skilled guides. Taking a zipline tour is actually great for helping those who are afraid of heights conquer their fears!

At Just Live! we like to inform all of our guests about our zipline tours and answer all of your questions. Headed to the island? Be sure to make time for one of our amazing Kauai zipline tours!

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