Ka'anapali 8-Line Adventure Tour

Watch the valley floor open up below you as you step up to the first platform of the adventure. 

Ukumehame: The name Ukumehame means "to pay in Mehame wood" and describes the area of Maui between Ma'alaea and the end of the "Pali" or cliff section of the highway to Lahaina. As legend has it, a female robber named Kaiaupe used to live on the Pali and entice males, only to rob them and kick them off the cliff! 

Practice some of your newly learned ziplining skills on this slightly longer and faster line. 

Olowalu: Olowalu, meaning "Din of many voices" or "To rush or attack in concert", is the area located immediately after Ukumehame, along the western shores of Maui. The area has historical significance, and is a place where ancient petroglyphs are found even today in the lower portion of the valley. 

You’ll take a short hike down the side of the valley where you’ll see many native plants and views of lines 3 and 4. 

Launiupoko: While most visitors will recognize the name Launiupoko as a popular beach park just outside of Lahaina, it is also the site of some interesting history. The name Launiupoko means "small coconut leaf" and the site is a past home to an ancient form of fishing for sharks.

Line 4 opens up views of the Pacific Ocean and the small unpopulated island of Kaho’olawe.

Wainee: The name Waine'e means "creeping water". This area is the location of another historically significant place - Moku'ula, or Sacred Island, was a historical and spiritual center of Hawaii and is where Kamehameha III made his home for many years

The viewing platform brings you to the edge of a 1000-foot drop where you’ll catch stunning views of the West Maui mountains, including Pu'u Kukui (the highest point in the range). 

While guides provide stories about the area, guests have an opportunity to refill their water bottles to get hydrated for the second half of the tour. 

Fly 150 feet into the air on the highest line of the tour. 

Panaewa: The name Panaewa translates to "west side games." David Malo, the noted Hawaiian historian, is buried high in this area. Pu'u Kukui is home to at least 17 endangered species, including koa'ia and a very rare type of geranium.

Get a running start and leap into the air from the takeoff platform of  line 6.

Paunau: The name Paunau translates to "the food has been chewed".  At the base of the Paunau ahupua'a is the Hauola stone. Hawaiians believed this to be a healing rock, upon which one could sit, dangle their feet in the water and let the waves wash over them, and by doing so, regain their health.

Take a “trust zip” and let the guides help you zip across line seven backwards. 

Wahikuli: Wahikuli translates to "a noisy place", but despite the name, you're sure to be far away from anything too noisy. Much like all of the regions in the Lahaina moku, Wahikuli is an area with a lot of historical significance. Legend has it that Pu'u Laina was the first place the Pele, the volcano goddess, appeared on Maui.

The hike from line 7 to 8 opens up some of the most spectacular views of the entire course.

Hanakao'o: The name Hanakao'o means "to work with an o'o". An o'o was a long tool used, in ancient times, to plant sweet potatoes and other crops. In this area can be found Pu'u Keka'a, which is known as 'Uhane lele, or Soul Leaping Place of Maui.

Ka'anapali 11-Line Ultimate Adventure Tour

Named after Maui's offshore Islands, Molokini and Kaho'olawe, our double racing line will give you a thrilling experience and view! 

Named after Molokai, a beautiful Island view-able offshore, this line is fast and fun!

The Island of Lanai is located directly offshore from Maui and was known as the Pineapple Island in it's past history.  Enjoy amazing views of Lanai from this line on our tour. 

Watch the valley floor open up below you as you step up to the first platform of the adventure. 

Ukumehame: The name Ukumehame means "to pay in Mehame wood" and describes the area of Maui between Ma'alaea and the end of the "Pali" or cliff section of the highway to Lahaina. As legend has it, a female robber named Kaiaupe used to live on the Pali and entice males, only to rob them and kick them off the cliff!  

Practice some of your newly learned ziplining skills on this slightly longer and faster line. 

Olowalu: Olowalu, meaning "Din of many voices" or "To rush or attack in concert", is the area located immediately after Ukumehame, along the western shores of Maui. The area has historical significance, and is a place where ancient petroglyphs are found even today in the lower portion of the valley. 

You’ll take a short hike down the side of the valley where you’ll see many native plants and views of lines 3 and 4. 

Launiupoko: While most visitors will recognize the name Launiupoko as a popular beach park just outside of Lahaina, it is also the site of some interesting history. The name Launiupoko means "small coconut leaf" and the site is a past home to an ancient form of fishing for sharks.

Line 4 opens up views of the Pacific Ocean and the small unpopulated island of Kaho’olawe.

Wainee: The name Waine'e means "creeping water". This area is the location of another historically significant place - Moku'ula, or Sacred Island, was a historical and spiritual center of Hawaii and is where Kamehameha III made his home for many years.

Fly 150 feet into the air on the highest line of the tour. 

Panaewa: The name Panaewa translates to "west side games." David Malo, the noted Hawaiian historian, is buried high in this area. Pu'u Kukui is home to at least 17 endangered species, including koa'ia and a very rare type of geranium.

Get a running start and leap into the air from the takeoff platform of  line 6.

Paunau: The name Paunau translates to "the food has been chewed".  At the base of the Paunau ahupua'a is the Hauola stone. Hawaiians believed this to be a healing rock, upon which one could sit, dangle their feet in the water and let the waves wash over them, and by doing so, regain their health.

Take a “trust zip” and let the guides help you zip across line seven backwards. 

Wahikuli: Wahikuli translates to "a noisy place", but despite the name, you're sure to be far away from anything too noisy. Much like all of the regions in the Lahaina moku, Wahikuli is an area with a lot of historical significance. Legend has it that Pu'u Laina was the first place the Pele, the volcano goddess, appeared on Maui.

The hike from line 7 to 8 opens up some of the most spectacular views of the entire course.

Hanakao'o: The name Hanakao'o means "to work with an o'o". An o'o was a long tool used, in ancient times, to plant sweet potatoes and other crops. In this area can be found Pu'u Keka'a, which is known as 'Uhane lele, or Soul Leaping Place of Maui. 

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Kaanapali 8 Line Adventure
3.5 hours*
$159.95

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$169.95 Regular Price / Per Person
Kids 13 and Under zip $50 off! Enjoy Pacific Ocean and offshore island views as you soar above Ka'anapali’s remote coastal landscape on our Award-Winning 8-Line adventure. Kids 14 years and younger need to have an adult on tour with them and an adult must sign the waiver for each child. The adult can be a parent, relative, or friend and must be 18 years or older.
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Kaanapali 11 Line Adventure
4 hours*
$179.95

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$189.95 Regular Price / Per Person
Kids 13 and Under zip $50 off! Our ultimate 11-Line adventure includes the chance to challenge family and friends to a side-by-side race down our Ka'anapali double line. Kids 14 years and younger need to have an adult on tour with them and an adult must sign the waiver for each child. The adult can be a parent, relative, or friend and must be 18 years or older.
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*Length of Tour is Approximate. Varies by Group Size.

Special pricing for groups of 20+, call us at 1.808.878.8400 for more info.