- Kualoa Ranch Experience Pass
- Includes all available experience tours
- Ride a catamaran on the Ocean Voyaging tour
- Follow off-road trails on the Jungle Expedition
What You Can Expect
Ancient Fishing and Tropical Gardens Tour
Explore fields of tropical flowers, fruit trees and gardens on a nature tour, and visit Moli’i Fishpond, an 800-year-old, 125-acre (51-hectare) Hawaiian fishpond.
Movie-Sites and Ranch Tour
On this one-hour tour, explore a WWII military defense bunker and continue into the valley, where famous movies like Jurassic Park and Pearl Harbor were filmed.
Take a one-hour tour by 6WD Swiss Pinzgauer, a high-mobility all-terrain vehicle that takes you cruising along jungle trails and through lush valleys, maneuvering through streambeds, up hills and over rugged terrain.
Ocean Voyaging Tour
Board a catamaran for a scenic one-hour cruise along Oahu's famous Kane'ohe Bay
Take a one-hour hula lesson in a historic tropical location. You’ll be introduced to the origins of the hula, the ancient dance that combines grace, spirituality and athleticism in a uniquely Hawaiian way.
Legends and Legacy Tour
Take a storytelling tour that journeys from the foothills of the ranch to the base of the majestic Kualoa Mountains, one of Oahu’s most sacred places. The tour features an informative video, friendly guides and terrific photo opportunities.
Spend time on a secluded Hawaiian beach, swimming, relaxing in a hammock, kayaking, canoe riding, stand-up paddling, or playing beach volleyball, badminton and ping pong. (limited departure times 9:15am and 12:30pm only)
The people at Kualoa Ranch were great, informative and made the tour well worth while. They even called after I reserved to find out what time we would arrive so they could help plan our day. Dinner was not as good as I expected but the price was right and the entertainment was great.
They seem to take priority with allowing the half day visitors on the different adventures you can participate in, and try to force the all day expierence people into the secret island, which is no more than being at the beach at your hotel, and you are STUCK there for three hours.................then in the afternoon you only have time for two adventures, and lunch, even though the advertisement tells you four. The jungle tour drivers drive way too fast on the very unsafe roads, and the only jungle animals you see are COWS........the Luai was very nice, food was excellent. Tofer and Ricky Bobby were excellent guides.