MULTI-PASSENGER UTV TOURS
Ultra Terrain Vehicle Tours at Kualoa
Kualoa’s new UTV *(Ultra Terrain Vehicle) RAPTOR multi-passenger 4WD vehicles are a great way to see Kualoa up close and personal! You will have the whole vehicle available for the tour, and one of you (21 and over) will be the driver. Groups can be from 2 to 6 people (depending on how many kids) … and we do not mix different families or parties together in the same vehicle, unless you request that. Families, with 2 to 6 family members, can drive their own Multi Passenger UTV on trails deep into the scenic valleys and to remote areas rarely visited by others. Guests can switch out drivers mid-tour if desired. Our UTV tours go out rain or shine – rambling through the mud and crossing seasonal streams are part of the fun! Our one hour tour will take you over a saddle trail to visit movie sites located on our beautiful 1,000 acre Ka’a’awa Valley. These family friendly UTV Vehicles allow you to talk to each other and take pictures during the tour which is not able to be done on single ATV tours. Minimum age is 5 years. Minimum driver age is 21. Note: There are 6 (six) seat belts in per vehicle and you can have anywhere from 2-6 guests per vehicle depending on ages and guest size.
TIP: Advanced reservations are recommended as many tours sell out 2-3 weeks in advance. Kualoa prides itself on providing the best guest experience, so our “guide-to-guest” ratios are very low, with one guide to every six or ten guests in most cases (except for the Hollywood Movie Sites Tour). This contributes to very limited availability, so please accept our apologies if the tour you want is not available. You can also search for single seats as they will usually be available on tours at the last minute if you are willing to split up.
Minimum driver age of 21
Minimum rider age of 5 years
Maximum of 5 people per vehicle *(6 may fit if there are small kids)
Covered shoes suggested
Driver must attend safety briefing
Driver Signed Liability Waiver required
Sunscreen highly encouraged