We operate every day of the year, and with as many as five possible tour time slots per day, that means there are ample opportunities for you to find a way to work a Rappel Maui tour time into your itinerary the next time you #letHawaiihappen.
When Are the Tours?
Is There a Difference?
We’re often asked if there’s a difference in the experience from one tour time to another. While the weather may change between the 6:45 time and the 11:45, there’s no predictable change in the weather, especially in the rainforest, where the weather can change on a dime without warning. Because the rappelling takes place in an area of the island that tends to be cooler than the rest, there’s no one time when the weather or the water is significantly cooler or warmer than the others. The tour, with the exception of the guides and maybe the weather and traffic, remains the same from one tour time to the next.
The main reason we have the different tour times is so that you can arrange your itinerary however it’s best for you. If you want to have a leisurely breakfast and maybe do something on the water before the wind kicks up, there’s a later time for you to do just that. If you have a luau the same day as your rappel tour, then the 6:45 gets you back with time to return to your hotel to shower and throw on your aloha wear.
No matter what time you want to take your tour, the total tour duration, from the time we meet you in Central Maui until the time you return from the site, is about 6 1/2 hours. Call, write or open a chat window to find out what time is available on the day you have carved out to experience Maui’s wild side.