Skyline Eco-Adventures History

Skyline was founded in 2002 by father and son, Buck and Danny Boren in Maui, Hawaii.

The Adventure Begins

Skyline Eco-Adventures was founded in 2002 by father and son, Buck and Danny Boren in Maui, Hawaii. 

It was their dream to share their love for the outdoors with others through an exciting new adventure experience that would thrill customers while highlighting the importance of preserving Hawaii's fragile environment, and making significant contributions to those preservation efforts.

As the months went by, a buzz began . . . and with it came adventure seekers from all over. As popularity grew, Skyline launched its second location, The Ka'anapali Skyline Adventure, high above Maui's Ka'anapali Resort.

This was also the same year that Skyline became proud member #502 of 1% for the Planet, a collective group of businesses pledging 1% of all revenues to conservation efforts.

In 2009, Skyline celebrated its 1,000,000th customer zipline crossing, marking an unprecedented level of operational safety and experience in this new industry.

In 2011, Skyline opened its first franchise location, Skyline Akaka Falls - located on the Big Island's famed Hamakua Coast. With seven incredible ziplines, Skyline Akaka Falls features a final zipline that soars high above a 250-foot waterfall, the highest waterfall that is crossed by a zipline anywhere in the World!

Most recently, Skyline Kauai, Poipu opened in July 2013, with eight ziplines on Kauai's beautiful south shore. 

Over the years, Skyline Eco-Adventures has continually reinforced its commitment to Hawaii's community and environment, making direct donations to non-profit groups of over $600,000, as well as committing countless volunteer hours and gifting many tours to charity groups, all in an effort to help support and sustain the amazing islands we call home.