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What’s the Best Way to Book a Rappel Maui Tour?

Today we’ll answer a question we’re usually asked after speaking to people who call to ask about rappelling tour availability. “How should I book my Rappel Maui tour?” Thanks for asking! If you know exactly when you want to go, and when, booking your rappelling adventure tour online is convenient, quick and easy.  After booking… read more


When Was the Last Time You Waterfall-Walked?

If you’re not sure whether a waterfall rappelling tour is for you, ask yourself a few questions: 1. When was the last time I walked down a tropical waterfall, in a rainforest, on Maui? 2. When will I get another chance to walk down a tropical waterfall, in a rainforest, on Maui? These are just… read more


How to Prepare for a Safe Day of Rappelling on Maui

While a Rappel Maui tour is a thrilling but safe activity, there are some natural hazards that exist out in the rainforest. The good news is, with just a little thought and planning, these common risks can be easily minimized and mitigated. Insects:  While there are mosquitoes in the rainforest, there is no malaria or… read more


How Safe is Rappelling a Waterfall?

Sometimes during the same phone call with the person who asks, “How scary is rappelling?” we’re asked, “Is rappelling down a waterfall safe?” The short answer is, “When you rappel with us, yes!”  The fact is that rappelling is safer than a regular hike down a hiking trail, and as you can read below, safer… read more


How Scary is Rappelling?

“So, I just have a question,” the person on the other end of the phone says, “How scary is rappelling?” That’s a tricky question, given that there are different kinds of scary, and the fear factor in any adventure is personal. If you want to know for yourself, read on, or call us at 808.270.1500… read more


You Are Here

Once visitors arrive on Maui or any Hawaiian Island, it’s easy to forget the miracle that has just happened: The Hawaiian Islands are located on one of the most remote places on Earth. With the closest continent or major land mass being more than 2,000 miles away, Hawaii is an oasis in reverse–a tiny spit… read more



Great Press . . . fun photos.

The Maui Visitors Bureau wants to show writers the best Maui has to offer, so they often send travel writers, bloggers and reporters rappelling with us. Weʻre the new tour on island and definitely the most adventuresome. And, our valley is gorgeous. Our latest trio are photographer JD Andrews, travel writing bloggers “Captain” Chris Staudinger and Tawny… read more