Drop in to nature during this exhilarating, safe activity
great for families, couples, honeymooners, groups, teams and
solo tourists. Make memories of a lifetime rappelling
waterfalls and tropical cliffs, and lowering yourself gently
into natural pools. With a quick training under your harness led by expert guides focusing first on safety, the thrill begins. You can do this!
This six-hour activity combines hiking, swimming and rappelling, all
under the direction of well-trained canyoneering guides.
We first rappel a 60-foot jungle cliffside--it's dry so that you can
practice your footwork. Then it's on to the 30- and 50-foot waterfalls, descending
downstream into the canyon. On high-water days with raging floods, we rappel
down 100-foot, dry jungle walls to the edge of the roaring stream.
Safe for the whole family from 10 years up--the perfect
activity for active teens--challenging and rewarding for
nearly everyone. Transportation to and from the site and lunch
Rappelling, canyoning, canyoneering and abseiling are popular worldwide, but canyoneering tours in Hawai‘iwere hard to find. Now that Rappell Maui has introduced this time-honored sport and discipline to The Valley Isle, rappelling tops the
list of "things to do in Maui."
Warning: Taking that first step over the edge can lead to intense feelings of accomplishment, courage and bliss.
FREE YOUR MIND
DARE YOUR BODY
RELEASE YOUR SPIRIT
Planning your visit to Maui? Get the "what happens," the "can-dos" and the "how-tos" about a day with Rappel Maui.
Your experience takes place in a privately-owned, secluded waterfall valley, one of the few tour destinations of its kind.
Get away from it all: The crowds, the traffic, the pace. Experience the sounds of nature in a more intimate, personal paradise of rainforests, waterfalls, pools and streams.
Located halfway down the famous Hana Highway, you can enjoy this curious mix of peace and excitement as we rappel down into wild, inspiring, raw nature.
If you're feeling a sense of deja vu during your visit, maybe that's because this valley is so extraordinary that Steven Spielberg shot the opening scenes of his movie Jurassic Park here.