- Round trip transportation
- Professional nature guides
- Access to private land
- Bottled water and trail snacks
- Use of Kona mountain bikes with front suspension and Bell helmets
- Use of rain gear, hip pack, and mosquito repellent
- A fun adventure on two wheels and on foot!
Upon arrival on Oahu, the first thing on your "to-do" list should be to get outside the hustle and bustle of the city and take the provided shuttle to a tropical rain forest past the famous Punchbowl Crater. Once at the top of Pu'u 'Ohia, you'll gather strength and meet your veteran bike and nature guides.
Next on the list is to be outfitted with a Kona mountain bike and Bell helmet. You'll receive safety instructions and get a feel for your equipment before descending the 5-mile paved jungle road. This is a slow descent on paved road and you'll be directed to stop along the way at the Manoa Overlook to take in the beautiful setting. There will be time for photos and a little narrative from your guide before heading back on the road, one that has very little traffic to disturb you.
Once you reach the bottom, bikes will be loaded on to the van and you'll take a ride to a private 75-acre property in the Manoa Valley. Reinforcements of trail snacks and a water bottle will be passed out. Rain jackets are available if the weather commands their use.
Then your hike begins. It's a lovely 2-mile route along a jungle stream with mountain pools alongside as you hike to a 200-foot waterfall. You'll hike back over a scenic ridge where you can view the lush tropical flowers and trees that often go unseen. A shuttle ride back to Waikiki ends your tour.
Departures: 09:15 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - Please dress comfortably for biking and hiking: closed-toe shoes, socks that cover your ankles, and breathable clothing.
- The price of this tour includes round trip transportation, professional nature guides, access to private land, bottled water and trail snacks, and use of Kona mountain bikes with front suspension, Bell helmets, rain gear, hip pack and mosquito repellent.