Where to Go Ziplining on Maui

June 5, 2015, 9:10 PM HST · Updated September 17, 11:06 AM
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By Alexandra Mitchell

Video credit: Piʻiholo Ranch Zipline

Plan an adventurous day and take your family and friends on one of Maui’s amazing ziplining tours!

Without a doubt, ziplining has easily become one of the most popular activities to do in Hawaiʻi, and will definitely be an experience that everyone will remember for years to come.

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If you live on Maui, you can check out a Maui ziplining tour anytime you wish (residents should ask about kamaʻāina discounts), but for those traveling from off-island locations, make sure to book this Maui activity before arriving on island. These tours definitely book up quick, so plan ahead!

Zipline file photo.

Zipline file photo.

ʻanapali Zip n’ Dip Tours

Offered only through Skyline Eco-Adventures, the Maui Zip n’ Dip Tour is the newest craze in Hawaiʻi ziplining. Guests have two options to choose from when planning their Kāʻanapali Zip n’ Dip Tour.

The first tour is a three-hour, four-line adventure where guests can explore three new lines and finally reach the fourth line Zip n’ Splash, where they can spend approximately 45 minutes swimming, splashing and Stand Up Paddleboarding in a fresh water pool.

The second option is a 4.5-hour tour with a brand new nine-line zip tour, where guests will soar through eight separate ziplines, and finally reach the ninth Zip n’ Splash, ending with 45 minutes of freshwater fun.

Skyline Eco-Adventures was voted No. 1 Hawaiʻi Zipline Tour in 2014 by many popular travel media publications, including TripAdvisor. This is a great activity for families with kids and for the adults that are ready to play while checking out breathtaking views of the Island of Maui.

Image credit: Pi'iholo Zipline.

Image credit: Pi’iholo Zipline.

Upcountry Ziplining

Located in Olinda, guests can check out the Upcountry scenery from the Piʻiholo Ranch. For over seven generations, this Maui cattle ranch has been operated by the Baldwin family.

At Piʻiholo Ziplines, guests can learn zip tips while practicing on the first 480-foot-long zipline. The second zipline is approximately 1,000 feet long, and the third zipline is 690 feet with a suspension bridge.

The fourth and final zipline is the largest one in all the Hawaiian Islands, extending 2,800 feet.

Zipline tours at Piʻiholo Ranch are about three hours long, and available seven days a week.

Kapalua Ziplining

A ziplining adventure at Kaplalua Ziplines is like none other on Maui! Here, guests can fly over the West Maui Mountains and check out awesome Pacific Ocean and outer island views, pineapple fields and tropical waterfalls.

Each tour at Kaplalua Ziplines starts with a 20-minute, four-wheel drive tour to the company’s mountain outpost–an observation deck that sits 1,400 feet above sea level.

Options at the Kapalua Ziplines include a Helicopter Tour and Zipline Package, a Sunset Zip Tour, a Seven-Line Zip Tour and a Four-Line Zip Tour.

These West Maui zipline tours are all extremely popular, so make sure to book in advance to insure a reservation.

Kapalua Ziplines is also home to the infamous Kapalua Bridge, a 360-foot-long bridge that offers panoramic views; also the longest suspension bridge in the Hawaiian Islands.

Kapalua Zipline tours are available seven days a week.

For more information about Maui Ziplining Tours, go online.

Have you been ziplining on Maui? What is your favorite zipline course? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below…

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