Each of our zipline tours are unique and are loved by people of all ages. Each tour has an element that makes it stand out from our other zipline tours.
Ziplining presents a few unique challenges when it comes to taking perfect action photos. Since our first commercial zipline tour was established on Haleakala in 2002, we have taken a lot of zipline action photos of our guides and for our guests. Here are our tips and tricks!
Zipline customers for our Skyline Haleakala and Skyline Ka’anapali zipline courses must not go scuba diving within the 24 hours leading up to their scheduled zipline tour time.
We are proud to support Maui Cultural Lands as our Partner of the Month this January!
This year, New Year’s Eve is on a Monday, but that doesn’t mean it will be any less of a celebration than usual on Maui.
Ziplining is a fun adventure for couples and families alike! Not only is it a fun activity, but it is also a very safe one thanks to our high safety standards and incredible guides.
The Hawaiian Canoe Club is focused on cultural programs and the perpetuation of Hawaiian values with a commitment to provide a variety of cultural opportunities through paddling to the people of Maui. Learn more.
To learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities like this follow Skyline Conservation Initiative on Facebook! If you are interested in learning more about the Maui Bird Conservation Center, you are in luck. Learn more.
Besides booking a flight & hotel, there are lots of other things to think about when you are planning a holiday family vacation to Maui.
The Hawaiian petrel, also known as the ‘ua’u, is is a large, dark grey-brown and white petrel that is endemic to Hawai’i.