Road To Hana Jungle Zipline
A Thrilling Adventure for the Whole Family
On this tour you’ll fly through the air along 5 stunning ziplines and cross multiple suspension bridges and tree platforms, including a tree to tree bridge! Ziplining is one of Maui’s most popular activities and this family friendly adventure is in a jungle covered valley near Huelo. This area is at the beginning of the winding road to Hana and is a convenient activity to experience along the Hana Highway.
You’ll see hundreds of tropical plants on this wonderful eco-tour but we are most passionate about our ancient taro gardens on the property. When the first Polynesian voyagers arrived on Maui over 1000 years ago they carried with them the plants and animals needed to survive. The most important and sacred plant was taro (kalo) which played a central role in the centuries long thriving & growth of Hawaiian culture. Our knowledgeable guides will share these stories and more with you about this amazing rainforest valley.
5 ziplines and an 85 ft tree to tree suspension bridge
8 ziplines with 3 suspension bridges including the 85 ft tree to tree bridge
All equipment and safety gear is provided
Drinks and snacks available
See historic structures and native and introduced tropical plants
Maui’s road to Hana traverses the largest rainforest in the United States. One of the first rainforest valleys along the Hana Highway is the location for this family friendly zipline course. Kids ages 6 and older (must weigh at least 50lbs) as well as adults will enjoy the thrill of flying into, through and out of the jungle canopy! This historic tropical valley is more than just a zipline course. The valley houses over 400 different rainforest trees, flowers, ferns and fruits, making it a unique eco tour that gives guests a hands-on experience of Maui’s beautiful tropical jungle!
5-Line Zip Course On Road To Hana In Haiku
|AdultsAges 17yrs+, Weight Restriction: 50 lb-250 lb.||$128.00|
|ChildrenAges 6-16yrs, Weight Restriction: 50 lb-250 lb.||$128.00|
8-Line Zip Course On Road To Hana In Haiku
|AdultsAges 17yrs+, Weight Restriction: 50 lb-250 lb.||$148.00|
|ChildrenAges 6-16yrs, Weight Restriction: 50 lb-250 lb.||$148.00|
All zipline gear is provided including padded full shoulder harness, helmet and pulley with triple redundant pulley straps.
For this tour everyone must have closed-toed shoes with heel strap such as athletic or hiking type shoes. No open toe shoes are allowed on the course. Pants or long shorts are recommended. We also recommend wearing white.
Cancellations made less than 24 hours prior to tour departure will be charged full tour price. “No-shows” will also be charged full tour price. Charges will be applied to the credit card provided. We reserve the right to cancel/reschedule tours due to inclement weather, foreseeable hazards, or events beyond our control. In these events, we will do our best to re-book your tour immediately.
Guests are weighed on site at check in. If you are outside the limits, there is NO REFUND.
If you must cancel 24 hours or more before your scheduled tour, we will charge $20 fee per person cancelled since your reservation held a spot that we otherwise could have filled.
Fly through the jungle on this exciting adventure where you’ll cross five amazing Ziplines. The elevations and lengths increase gradually as you zip to 3 tree platforms and cross a stunning 85 ft long tree to tree extension bridge. See the rainforest on short hikes between lines and while flying through the air over and through it! The tropical park-like setting also contains remnants of an ancient Hawaiian village with stone walled gardens still producing taro as they have been for centuries!
This extended version has an additional 4 lines for a total of 8, one of which is just under 900 ft long! 4 tree platforms, 2 swinging bridges and the 85 ft long tree to tree suspension bridge make this the ultimate jungle zipline experience! This tour includes water and granola bars halfway through the course with chips and drinks after the tour. You’re invited to explore the tropical park afterwards too!
Way back in 1992, we took on the responsibility to care and preserve for the Aina (land). The land our zipline tours operate on is used to preserve and propagate a variety of indigenous Hawaiian plants. Over the years we propagated over one million of Hawaiian ferns and plants. Taking a zipline tour is an excellent way for you to support this mission and our Kuleana – Kuleana is one’s personal sense of responsibility. Kuleana is an idea that drives us to preserve Hawaii’s natural beauty, motivates us to teach our guests about conservation, and inspires us to give back to our community.