Ride With us into Paradise
Explore the rich heritage of Polynesia while driving your way through the Pacific Islands on an ATV. Travel through time as you experience thousands of years worth of culture in an untouched Hawaiian jungle where ancient Hawaiians once lived, worked and played.
On your adventure you will drive through the villages of Hawaii, Fiji, Tonga and Samoa where you will enjoy the adventure of traditional hands-on activities with your Polynesian guides. Scroll below to see a glimpse of your stops!
Island of Hawaii
We recognize the word “Aloha” which has become one of the most famous words in the world. Hawaii is also famous for its luaus. Luaus were born out of the religious taboo of men and women eating together in ancient Hawaii.
While making a short stop on your ATV, you can taste freshly prepared poi which is a traditional food made from the taro plant and is still eaten today at luaus.
Island of Fiji
Fighting was literally a way of life. The Fijian warrior did not rely on shield or armor, but depended rather on his well developed agility and alertness. While you stop in Fiji, you will be able to test your skills by throwing a traditional spear at its target. Also, enjoy the traditional Fijian game of pineapple smashing.
After being blindfolded and armed with a warrior club, experience trying to smash a pineapple on the ground. Don’t worry – the Fijians aren’t all fight. In fact, they are a warm and caring people with some exciting tales to share.
Island of Tonga
This is the place that is known as the ‘friendly islands.” Tonga is a Polynesian sovereign state, and has never been ruled by a foreign power and is made up of 177 islands spread over 500 miles.
At this stop, you will learn the mauluulu (a type of sitting dance while on your ATV). Also, learn how Tongans used wooden drums, or lali during welcoming and other ceremonies. How are your drumming skills?
Island of Samoa
the Samoan people know how to have fun, in fact their sense of humor is known throughout Polynesia. As you will see, the traditional living quarters, or fale (houses), contain no walls and up to 20 people may sleep on the ground in the same fale. In Samoan culture, most activities are done together.
As you stop in the Samoan village, you will learn how to crack open a coconut using a small rock and have a drink of fresh coconut water. As a final challenge, can you start a fire with two sticks while using the coconut husk?
People Love Us
“What a beautiful experience! The tour guides were amazing and the scenery is breath taking. It was a fun for my whole family!”Waller OhanaFacebook
“Went out yesterday on the Polynesian ATV tour with some friends. It was definitely the most fun I've had since coming to island. All of the staff was so friendly and helpful. Our guides were Jerome and Erica they were awesome, and made the experience so fun and something to remember!”Jenae RitchieGoogle
“Had the best time doing a Polynesian ATV tour with them! It was not only a great course to drive an ATV on but all the stations were super fun and very informative. Our guides were Erica and Jerome, both were awesome! Jerome obviously had extensive knowledge of Polynesian culture and history, and his fire dancing was INSANE!! Would highly recommend to anyone visiting the big island.”Jessi BowserFacebook
“We did both the ATV tour and the wood carving. I loved cruising around learning the islands' cultures, playing games, and the entertainment! Our guides were awesome, super fun experience. The wood carving teacher is a fourth generation carver in the traditional style and an excellent teacher.”Michael HemmatGoogle
“Hands down the best cultural experience on the island! There is definitely something to be said for cruising on your own ATV through the coffee trees, beautiful rainbow eucalyptus trees and untouched Hawaiian jungle!”Sara GustafsonFacebook
“We had an amazing experience on the ATV tour - learning about the history and cultural practices of different islands of Polynesia not only made it a fun adventure, but educational, engaging and informative too! Smelling coffee being roasted for parts of the excursion was also amazing and we felt totally immersed in the experience! Thank you!”Hailey PalmoreGoogle
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