Ziplining in Kauai? What to Bring – and What NOT to Bring

by admin on September 3, 2015

ziplining in kauai

Whether you’re visiting for the first time or live on the ‘Garden Island,’ ziplining in Kauai is one challenging adventure you want to make sure you engage in. It’s a fun adrenalin rush, no doubt about it! You may be a seasoned pro when it comes to ziplines, or doing it for the very first time. No matter which, it’s important you know what to bring along, and what you shouldn’t take with you as you zip high above the treetops!

Although the weather in Hawaii is warm and comfortable nearly year-round, a rain shower may pop up at any time. Because of this, wear clothes that you don’t mind getting wet should a shower occur while you’re enjoying one of our eco-based zipline tours.

If you have asthma, diabetes, or any other health condition, be sure to bring along any medications you may need quickly, such as epi-pens or inhalers.

If you have long hair, you’ll want to pull it back in a ponytail or braid so that it doesn’t get caught in any cable or other equipment.

Wear suitable clothing, such as shorts, t-shirts, or jeans that fit nicely. Baggy clothes are not advised because the clothing could get caught on something.

Leave expensive jewelry or other valuables at home if you live on the island, or in your hotel room/car if you’re visiting or on vacation. Cell phones and car keys may be left with our staff; otherwise, leave purses and other items that you don’t want stolen or lost in the trunk of your vehicle.

Keep in mind that if you do bring along items that could possibly fall out while you’re riding our Kauai zipline, you are responsible. It’s easy to lose car or house keys, phones, watches, water bottles, or other items when you’re flying through the air! Unsecured items may not only be lost, they could actually cause injury to those who are walking or working under platforms and ziplines.

Need to wear prescription glasses or sunglasses? Make sure you have a strap to secure them so they will remain on your face and not be dropped/lost.

Essentially, just use your own common sense. When you’re zipping through the air at 30, 40, 50 mph or even faster, it just makes sense to be sure you don’t have any valuables you could possibly lose. This includes shoes, so don’t wear flip-flops or other footwear that could easily come off. Leave caps, hats, and other apparel that’s loose fitting behind.

Want to learn more about our rules and regulations to ensure you’ll have the time of your life with no mishaps? Visit our tour policy page at our website. When you’re in Hawaii, fun is the name of the game! Don’t miss our Kauai zipline tours, the best and safest in the U.S.

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