HAKALAU, HI – May 9, 2019 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – The Umauma Experience, an award-winning East Hawaii outdoor adventure brand known for its spectacular zipline over Umauma Falls is now offering ATV excursions on its gorgeous 260-acre property. Two thrilling guided tour options will take guests on 5.5 miles of twisting, turning trails climbing to 1,000-foot elevations that feature breathtaking views of Mauna Kea mountain, the Pacific Ocean, and the Umauma River Gorge. The Deluxe Tour features a relaxing 45-minute stop for snacks and swimming at the private waterfall and pond, and both tours enjoy a crazy ride in the mud pit. Safety training is provided and no prior ATV driving experience is necessary. For more information or to book a reservation, visit UmaumaExperience.com.
“We are so stoked to be able to offer this incredible off-roading thrill ride,” said John McCollum, The Umauma Experience’s General Manager. “The trail design makes it a fun, twisted tour that’s perfect for all ages.”
Guests will drive or ride on The Umauma Experience’s new, fully automatic Honda 4X4 ATVs and side-by-side’s as they navigate through an actual working ranch and take in Hawaii’s backcountry. The experienced and personable local guides set the tone for the day as they share the history of the Hamakua Coast. Afterwards guests can use the private showers and then grab a bite at the café and espresso bar.
About The Umauma Experience
Voted Best of East Hawaii Zipline seven years in a row, The Umauma Experience is a ‘must do’ for Hawaii Island visitors who crave fun and unique activities outdoor in Hawaii’s natural beauty. Guests can soar above 14 waterfalls on The Umauma Experience’s award-winning zipline tour, enjoy ATV trail rides, rappel down waterfalls, swim and kayak in the Umauma river, and feel the ultimate adrenaline rush soaring 50-feet above the property on a giant swing. Walking tours through the lush grounds reveal a variety of tropical flowers, plants and tree species. The Umauma Experience also offers a café and espresso bar inside the Visitor Center & Gift Shop. Learn more at UmaumaExperience.com.
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