Flumin’ Kohala offers a unique and exclusive adventure deep in the historically rich and verdant mountains of Kohala. There you will explore the much storied Kohala Ditch, a 114 year old system of hand-wrought tunnels, elevated flumes, and concrete channels that once supplied millions of gallons of fresh water to the vast sugar cane plantations of Kohala. On a leisurely kayak float through 3 miles of the system, you will have the rare opportunity to access lush private lands, streams, waterfalls and other natural and man-made wonders kapu (forbidden) to all except guests of Flumin’ Kohala.
|Location:||55-517 Hāwī Road, in the quaint plantation village of Hāwī (pronounced “ha-vee”).|
|Daily Tour Times:||8 am, 9 am, 12:15 pm, & 1:15 pm|
|Check In Time:||15 min. prior to tour time.|
|Tour Duration:||Approx. 2.5-3 hours, from departure to return|
|Prices:||Adult (age 12 & up): $135; Child (ages 5 to 11): $75|
|Rated:||Easy (4wd van ride, short level hike, leisurely kayak float)|
|Gear Provided:||Personal flotation device, rain poncho (for rainy days) & light snack (upon returning to headquarters)|
What to Bring & Wear:
You will get wet. Comfortable, water tolerant walking shoes or reef walkers (absolutely NO slippers or flip flops). Wear clothing that can get wet (you will get wet). Bring a towel and a change of dry clothing. A light jacket is recommended (did we mention that you will get wet?).
ALL GUESTS are responsible for their own COVID-19 personal protection equipment (masks, gloves, hand sanitizers, etc). Failure to be prepared with this critical COVID-19 personal protective gear will result in your being denied participation on the tour.