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Skyline Eco-Adventures Creates Upcountry Videos

September 17, 2015, 3:27 PM HST
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Image courtesy of Skyline Eco-Tours.

Image courtesy of Skyline Eco-Adventures.

Skyline Eco-Adventures, Hawai‘i’s award-winning commercial zipline company and operator of the first zipline course in the US, launched an Upcountry Maui video series focused on showcasing the area’s stunning views, laid-back vibes and farm-fresh foods.

In 2002, Skyline Eco-Adventures launched the first zipline tour in the US on Haleakalā Ranch in Upcountry Maui.

The launch of the video series showcases Upcountry Maui businesses, and some of Hawai‘i’s most diverse products and visitor attractions.

The motivation for the video series “was to give back to Upcountry Maui and present the beauty of the Upcountry Maui region to island visitors,” said Danny Boren, Skyline Eco-Adventures founder and president. “Using video production and on-camera interviews, we were able to capture the essence of the hard work from entrepreneurs who call Upcountry Maui home.”

The video series includes an Upcountry Maui overview video, along with individual videos from Maui Wine, Shim Coffee, Ocean Vodka, Hali‘imaile General Store and Ali‘i Kula Lavender Farm, along with image galleries for Grandma’s Coffee, Haleakalā National Park, Makawao Town, Maui Hands Art Gallery, ‘Ulapalakua Ranch Store and Kula Country Farms.


The new video series web page also features an interactive map that displays the locations of each of the businesses featured in the video series.


For more information about Skyline Eco-Adventures, go online.




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