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ATV Tours on Oahu

When it comes to discovering such adrenaline-driven dirt road revelry on the island of Oahu, all roads lead to Kualoa Ranch, the island’s only official ATV Tour operator. Located on the majestic Windward side, historical Kualoa Ranch is truly a magical place. The ranch property, spanning an entire valley and skirting along a jagged shoreline of sparkling Pacific blue, provides pristine conditions for ATV riding, as well as near limitless sights and sounds not often seen. In fact, many of the locales that the tour route traverses are exclusively available for visitors of Kualoa!

Among these famous and VIP sites are the filming destinations of many Hollywood blockbuster movies and popular TV shows that you are surely already familiar with, including Jurassic Park, Godzilla, 50 First Dates, Windtalkers and more. Imagine driving your own ATV and happening upon the very same “set” you once saw illuminated on the silver screen—now that’s a memory to last a lifetime! Add to that a bonafide excuse Read more

to go fast, get rough and tumble, and rip up the roads—through dust and mud and even across streams and in the rain—and you have yourself an Oahu excursion for the books!With a minimum participation age of 16, Kualoa ATV Tours are offered in three options. One may opt for a 1-hour ATV tour, a 2-hour ATV tour, or decide to really go for the gold and select one of the ranch’s deluxe adventure packages, which along with an ATV tour offers the chance to add on other events that the ranch offers—the combination of horseback riding, the ATV tour, and the movie tour being a top seller. Many packages even include a delicious buffet lunch as well as round-trip transportation from Waikiki for those who need it.

So now that you have all the relevant info regarding specifics, all you need to do is muster up your best war holler or whoop and get yourself to the windward side to hitch a ride!

Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Kirk Lee Aeder

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