October 31, 2019

Lanai Adventure Park Opens November 1

Thrill-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts can now get a new view of Lanai by soaring through the air. Packed with ziplines and challenge courses, the Lanai Adventure Park opens November 1 with several attractions for children, families and groups.

Courses for keiki and adults

Activities abound at Lanai Adventure Park, and guests can rest assured knowing all courses use the industry’s most advanced safety equipment. The aerial adventure course allows participants to traverse through over 70 obstacles in a two-tiered “adventure tower.” Guests can explore and choose obstacles according to their comfort level and desired level of difficulty.

The zipline course offers sweeping views of Kaiholena Gulch with four parallel lines at 1300 feet long. Two of the ziplines allow guests to soar over the terrain in superman position, while the other two ziplines are designed for seated rides.

Adults are not the only ones who can enjoy the park. For keiki ages 4 and up, there is a kids course only 18 inches off the ground. Using their own harness and set of safety gear to get the full experience of traversing elements at height, the course allows keiki to get a taste of adventure with self-guided exploration through a series of obstacles.

Team-building opportunities

In addition to recreational fun, the park can serve as a resource for groups or individuals who want structured peer-to-peer mentorship programs and experiential learning. For residents looking for a new way to encourage team bonding, the challenge course nestled among Cook pines offers a wide array of opportunities for personal and collective growth. A team of skilled facilitators will walk the group through an outdoor educational adventure designed to build confidence, trust, communication, empowerment, collaboration, motivation and cohesion.

About Synergo

Synergo, the creator of the Lanai Adventure Park, is an internationally recognized company specializing in high-quality design, installation and operation of challenge courses, zip line tours, and aerial adventure parks. They hope to provide Lanai residents and guests with fun, challenging and transformational experiences. Their motto, “Empowering People to Empower Themselves” has allowed them to build adventures and create formative memories for guests across the world for 25 years.

How to book a spot

To make a reservation or learn more, call (808) 563-0096 or visit starting November 1. All Lanai residents receive 20 percent off their booking.


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