Flumin Kohala

Big Island Guide Travel Guide

A unique adventure utilizing historic elements of industrial Hawaii, Flumin Kohala offers a tremendous outdoor adventure in the northern region of Kohala on Hawaii’s Big Island. Set upon a century-old irrigation system, Flumin Kohala sets their guests along a leisurely kayaking trip across three miles throughout lush private property, lazy streams, and incredible natural wonders.

Enjoy a relaxing kayaking float with your entire party and take in the natural wonders of Hawaii from a comfortable, active perspective. You’re certain to get wet on a Flumin Kohala tour, so dress appropriately, but your experience (and the photo opportunities provided) will leave you and your family with memories that will last a lifetime.

Company Description
Locally-owned and Hawaiian-operated, Flumin’ Kohala is a major attraction along the northern end of the Big Island. Perfect for families and groups seeking adventure, Flumin Kohala offers a speedy tour of a 110-year old, handmade system of tunnels, flumes, and channels that previously supplied water to sugar plantations previously prevalent throughout the region. Today, you’ll float along 3 miles of the supply system and enjoy lush private property, beautiful natural streams, and plenty of wonders exclusive to Hawaii and the Big Island.

Tour Descriptions
Offered daily at 8 AM, 9 AM, 12:15 PM, and 1:15 PM
2 ½ – 3 hours
Adults (12+): $135 plus taxes and fees
Children (5-11): $75 plus taxes and fees
Tour information and pricing was current when posted but is subject to change.

Tour Office Location
55-517 Hawi Road
Hawi, HI 96719

(808) 933-4294

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