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Sunday & Wednesday
Waikiki Hotel Pick-ups begin at 9:00 am
Tour Duration: 6 Hours


From Waikiki, a professional mountain bike guide will shuttle you by van to the historic 1,000 acre Ka‘a‘awa Valley at Kualoa Ranch on Oahu’s northeastern shore.  You’ll be outfitted with a front suspension Kona mountain bike, Bell helmet, water bottle and snacks. You’ll be given safety instructions before riding along easy-to-ride dirt roads and/or challenging single track. Views from the trail include sheer cliffs and stunning ocean views making this an epic valley ride. Your first stop is a narration of various movie sites including Godzilla and Jurassic Park.  You’ll also stop for a narrated visit to a kauhale (small village) and learn about life in early Hawai‘i. After splashing through a tropical stream in this lush valley, you’ll visit a WWII military bunker that has been converted into a movie museum. You’ll then follow a beautiful coastal trail that rises above the ocean. You may even catch a glimpse of a Pacific Humpback Whale (seasonal Dec-April) that migrate to Hawai‘i from Alaska. Approximately 1:30pm, you’ll stop at a shaded pavilion for a complimentary lunch and cold beverages.  Return to Waikiki by van. 


  • Round Trip Transportation from Waikiki hotels
  • Biking along lush valley mountain bike trails with scenic ocean and mountain drive to and from location. Ko‘olau Mountains, Kane‘ohe and Mokoli‘i (Chinaman’s Hat)
  • Deli-Style Lunch, Chips, Cookies & Cold Beverages
  • Water Bottle
  • Kona Mountain Bike with front suspension & disc brakes
  • Bell Helmet


  • Socks and closed toe shoes suitable for biking and with good traction for dirt/mud
  • Sunglasses
  • Spare Clothing in case of wet or muddy ride, dress comfortably


  • Riders must be minimum 4'0" tall to ride the bike
  • No kids trailers available for this ride
  • Recommended for beginner to intermediate riders


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