There’s An Adventure Park Hiding In The Middle Of A Hawaii Jungle And You Need To Visit

Whether you are visiting the islands or live here permanently, there is one activity that absolutely must be on your Hawaiian Islands bucket list: a ziplining tour. There are incredible ziplining opportunities to be found across the Hawaiian Islands, but today, we’re taking you on a visit to Climb Works. Located on Oahu’s north shore at Keana Farms, Climb Works is home to the longest ziplines on Oahu – and an incredible experience (trust me, my husband and I went for Christmas two years ago).

Before we begin, let me say that absolutely anyone can go ziplining. While you might want to stay away if you’re terrified of heights, ziplining is a perfect activity for anyone who wants a little adventure in their life – or just some incredible aerial views of the islands.

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What better way to immerse yourself in the Hawaiian jungle than to spend the afternoon zipping through Oahu’s towering trees and lush valleys? Check out this epic promotional video below, but do be warned that you will want to book your ziplining tour immediately after watching this footage.

Climb Works is located at 56 Kamehameha Highway in Kahuku, and you can book your tour – and gather more information – on their website.