Hiking in Hawaii is a fantastic way to experience and enjoy the natural beauty of the islands.
|Go for an offroad ride in a 6WD Pinzgauer.|
|Hawaii Forest and Trail has their own private trail system.|
At the end of the road, a short off-road drive in a 6WD Pinzgauer will lead you to the 1.5 mile hiking trail. The hiking trail follows the early 1900s plantation-era Kohala Ditch Trail, and as you follow the looped trail you’ll see tunnels blasted and carved from rock, walk over an aqueduct on two bridges and learn the story and strive it took to build a 22 mile irrigation system through this long-ago sugar cane plantation. Ancient Hawaiian history is included as well, with a visit to ta former taro farming site included in the hike. Throughout the hike seven splendid waterfalls grace the trail. Your hike concludes with the opportunity to take a refreshing swim in a cascading waterfall.
Rated: Easy; all ages welcome.
Included in the Tour: Deli style lunch with assorted soft drinks, juices and bottled water
Gear Provided: Walking sticks, warm wear, day packs and rain ponchos.
Group Size: Tour limited to a maximum of 12 guests.
Restrictions: Guests should be able to hike on uneven or rocky terrain. We sometimes encounter cool, wet or muddy conditions. Other tour restrictions may apply.
What to Bring and Wear: Comfortable walking shoes or reef walkers, bathing suit, hat, sunscreen and a light jacket.