Zipping Through Keana Farms

If you are in Oahu looking for an unforgettable Hawaiian experience, look no further than a CLIMB Works canopy zip line tour over Keana Farms.

My dad and I love to zip line. We fell in love with the CLIMB Works brand at their premier location in the Great Smoky Mountains. We were some of their first customers and we continued to come back every time we visited the area.

While on vacation in Hawaii, we saw an advertisement for their location on the island. We decided to give it a try to see if it lived up to all of the outstanding reviews. It did.

Side-by-side zip lines throughout the course allowed us to enjoy the experience together, literally. Every breath taking scene, every thrill, and every bit of fresh air that we soared through, we did it together.

As always, it didn’t take us long to become best friends with our awesome zip guides and our fellow zippers. From the second our tour started in the back of an ATV to the very last zip, we were all smiles.

CLIMB Works strives to position itself on authentic pieces of land in order to immerse their guests in the culture. This specific location occupies a local Hawaiian farm named Keana Farms. The zip guides didn’t miss an opportunity to educate us about the farm and they even gave us samples of fresh produce from below as we waited on the entire group to zip across.

This is the kind of attitude that sets CLIMB Works apart as a genuine zip line brand.

If you need a break from the busy sidewalks of Waikiki and you are looking for a unique way to see the island, visit Keana Farms and zip with CLIMB Works. You, too, will be happy you discovered the hidden gem in the middle of the island.

Aloha!

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