Maui Ziplining

Soar through cloud forests, above dense jungles, and down mountain faces overlooking Maui’s pristine coastline. Learn why Maui is one of the best places in the world for an exciting zipline adventure!

New to ziplining? Check out our Tours and FAQ pages to get acquainted.

Zipline Tour Activities


Many Maui zipline excursions double as nature tours. Explore native gardens and endemic forests while learning about Maui’s unique flora and fauna from passionate guides.

Zipline Maui Ginger

Zipline Maui Hiking


Some ziplines are tucked away in remote valleys or on secluded mountain slopes. As you hike from line to line, discover some of Maui’s most unique, off-the-beaten-track locations.

Zipline Maui Hiking


Zipping is what you came to do! Maui ziplines range from long and fast to short and sweet. There are courses on Maui for adrenaline junkies and young kids alike.

Zipline Maui Zipping Woman

Zipline Maui Swinging Bridges


Get your Indiana Jones on as you cross plunging valleys on a swinging bridge. These swaying bridges might be just as thrilling as the zipline itself and offer some epic photo opportunities.

Zipline Maui Swinging Bridges

Kapalua Zipline Tours
Kapalua Zipline Tours

History of Ziplining

​Ziplining can be traced back hundreds of years. Ancient communities in China and the Himalayas are credited with creating the first ziplines and would use them to cross rivers and other hazardous areas.

In the mid-70s, wildlife biologist Donald Perry began using ziplines to study the canopy in Costa Rica. Nearly 20 years later, Canadian entrepreneur Darren Hreniuk opened the first commercial zipline in Monteverde, Costa Rica.

There are ziplines around the world today. But Maui played a critical role in the sport’s history when the first zipline company in the United States opened on our shores.