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A 4x4 vehicle takes you high above old sugar cane fields and onto private property in Kahoma Valley, where your tour guides are waiting to get you suited up with a harness and a helmet. Spend some time getting acquainted, and then head further up the mountain to the first zipline platform.
One guide zips across to show you how it's done before you're clipped in for your first ride. Fly high above a gulch on your way to a longer, faster second line. The third zip is a short hike away through native plants. Line 4 has you flying 500 feet (152 m) up in the air and leads you to the half-way point. Here, break to enjoy snacks and storytelling on a 1,000-foot-tall (304 m) clifftop viewpoint as you take in vistas that extend from the highest peak in the mountain chain out toward the Pacific.
Continue on to line 5—the highest on the course—and build up the courage to walk down the take-off steps for one of the fastest thrill rides of the day. The next lines have you experimenting with backwards flying and running starts before the grand finale at line number 8. This zipline offers spectacular views as you whiz across the 1,000-foot-long (304 m) cable, skimming the tree tops before a final smooth landing on the other side. Read More close
This activity is perfect for the whole family: kids, young adults, and mature adults. The Dragon Zipline is a fast, medium-range, gravity-defying ride. You have a chance to do tricks such as the inverted V, the scorpion, or the lay-back spin.
Kids as young as 5 can zipline just like everyone else in your brood. Less adventurous guests can walk along taking pictures and watching their friends and family zipping and rolling. See the stunning 3-island—Lanai, Kaho’olowe and Molokai—ocean view from the zipline launch platform. Gear up, and then soar through the Hawaiian skies as you leap between platforms.
Climb into an inflatable, clear ball, and roll across the water. This activity offers a surreal chance to walk on the waters of paradise in a safe and enjoyable environment. The 450-foot (137-m) course allows you to run like a hamster as you splash around. Your wild and wet experience gives you a chance to have fun while being in the beautiful West Maui Mountains. Read More close
Nestled in the West Maui Mountains, Kahoma Ranch spans more than 600 acres (243 ha). Its green grass and dirt trails overlook the town of Lahaina and the sparkling ocean. Upon your arrival, begin your safety briefing and vehicle orientation, and familiarize yourself with the Polaris Ranger off-road buggy. After getting your helmet, eye-protection, and bandana, it's time to roll.
Cruise through the pastures—and make sure to watch out for cattle. The wind whips through your hair as you take hairpin turns and marvel at the Lanai and Molokai islands in the background. Once you've motored through the mud, climb up to 1,800 feet (549 m) to the calm, freshwater reservoir.
Unwind in nature's quiet, absorbing this rare moment of private paradise. Lounge on a floating dock, go for a swim in the waterfall-fed reservoir, or scream down the hillside on 3 different waterslides. Whatever you choose to do, cap it off with some fresh fruit and refreshments. Read More close
The beach chairs come with backpack straps and can easily be carried around. With a small cooler and a pocket that zips, you can even bring a few snacks and drinks to go. Seek some shade from the sun under the easy-fold-and-go umbrella, which is sturdy and offers ample shade for 2. Read More close
Head into Haleakala National Park by van and up 10,023 feet (3,055 m) to the top of the world's largest dormant volcano—Haleakala. Watch the sun rise slowly above the clouds while trying your best not to shiver in the chilly high-elevation temperature. As the sunlight continues to expand out over the surrounding landscape, look out onto the crater and its unique flora.
After watching the sunrise, make your way down 6,500 feet (1,980 m) just outside the park. Hop on your bike and glide behind your guide through 21 hairpin turns and sloping stretches. At Maui Lavender Farm, indulge in a no-host lunch before getting suited up for your 5-line zipline adventure.
Professional guides lead the way through a fragrant eucalyptus forest, sending you zipping across deep valleys and seasonal waterfalls. This adventure comes complete with speeds up to 45 miles per hour (72 kph), running leaps off ramps, 70 feet (21. 3 m) platform drop offs, and a swinging bridge in true Indiana Jones-style before embarking on a return journey via van to your hotel. Read More close
Meet your guide at Haleakalā and embark on a 2-mile hike at the summit. Absorb the desolate calm of this natural phenomenon, walking its barren terrain and marveling at the cinder cones all around you. Your guide points out the highlights of the awesome landscape and provides its interesting historical background.
Continue on for another 2-mile hike, this time along a lava trail. Inspect rare plant species that dot the pathway, including the silversword, which can only be found high up on Haleakalā. Its succulent leaves are covered in silver hairs that help it resist the wind and cold.
As you walk, take in views that may very well stop you in your tracks, the lush ridges foregrounding the oceans sparkling, seemingly eternal expanse. Along the way, stop for a rejuvenating lunch and snacks, and finish with a better understanding of one of the world's geologic masterpieces. Read More close
Wake up bright and early to catch the sunrise at your hotel as you wait for your ride to pick you up for the day's adventure. Hop in the van, relax, and enjoy the sweeping views of the coastal towns and farmland as you enter Haleakala National Park. Arriving at the summit parking lot, get out and stretch your legs before beginning the trek down to Holua Cabin for snacks to reinvigorate your energy levels.
Walking along the trail, notice the wildlife scurrying across the dormant volcano's rocky surface. Pause to catch your breath and snap some photos of the rugged landscape and picturesque switchbacks. After your snack, it's time to start the climb up to 8,000 feet (2438. 4 m), where the guide moved the van to make the trek back less difficult.
Feeling proud of your accomplishment, reward yourself with a delicious meal at Kula Lodge. Devour hot-out-of-the-brick-oven pizza and a hearty bowl of pasta as you overlook Maui's stunning scenery below. Once you've filled your stomach with the mouthwatering foods, you friendly guides returns you to your hotel. Read More close
From the sandy shores of beautiful Kaanapali Beach—rated TripAdvisor’s Best Beach in the US—board an inflatable raft and motor out to the 30-foot (9. 14-m) custom-built jet boat waiting just off the shore. After meeting your captain, grab a seat and grip the handrails. Your full-throttle jet boat experience is just a few seconds away.
The captain fires up the engine, cranks the music, and accelerates out into the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean. Get ready for a non-stop spray of water as the boat makes 360-degree spins, sharp turns, and zips along the beach-lined coast. Read More close
From Ka'anapali Beach, you take a quick boat ride to an offshore platform where the watercraft are docked. There, meet a knowledgeable instructor who teaches all the specifics of Jet Ski operations, safety, and driving etiquette. Learn how to safely maneuver the watercraft as you fly across the water at speeds up to 70 miles per hour (112 km/h).
When you're ready, pull the throttle back and feel the heart-pounding effect of the thundering engine as you tear through your first wave. Experience the wind blowing your hair and the salty ocean water mist your body as you whip around the 400 acres (160 ha) of free riding.
The 80-degree tropical water makes this a fun-filled experience that you won't want to miss on your trip to Lahaina. Read More close
Kick off your adventure in a 4-wheel drive Polaris Ranger, as you're driven to the upper reaches of the mountain for your first zipline. Along the way, cross a 360-foot (109-m) suspension bridge and enjoy a casual hike. After a safety briefing with your guide, get familiar with the top-of-the-line equipment, fasten your harness, and leap into the exhilarating ride of a lifetime.
Plunge straight through Maui's tropical splendor, breathing in the warm air, hearing the chirps of native birds, and letting your eyes roam the spectacular scenery below. Savor the unobstructed views down the length of Maui's pristine coastline, with glimpses of verdant Molokai in the distance.
Round out your day and savor fresh tropical fruits and snacks while taking in the amazing, bird's-eye views of the Hawaiian Islands and the shimmering Maui coastline. Read More close
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After you’re picked up from your hotel, ride inland toward the West Maui Mountains. Your adventure begins with a forest trek through the lush Kaopala Gulch. Hike through the trees and emerge at the Kapalua Bridge, Hawaii’s longest suspension bridge at 360 feet (110 m) long and 200 feet (60 m) high. Walk across its span, taking in views that stretch beyond the coastline to the distant islands of Molokai and Lanai. Once you reach the other side, your guide leads you on a fascinating nature walk through a designated biological preserve. Get an up-close look at native plants like traveler’s palms, rubber trees, maile, and groves of Sugi pine.
After a picnic lunch of wraps made with tasty marinated chicken and fresh island fish, take a short ride to the beautiful white sand crescent of Napili Bay Beach. Spend an hour at your leisure, lounging in the sun, swimming in the clear and balmy waters, or grabbing a cocktail to enjoy at the beach’s lovely resort before your ride back to your hotel. Read More close
Get ready for your trip with a delightful continental breakfast, including pastries, Kona coffee, and passion orange juice. As you board your open-water raft at Lahaina Harbor, take a souvenir photo that you can purchase upon your return. Motor across the 'Au'au channel and keep an eye out for the Hawaiian spinner dolphins that make the west side of Lanai their year-round home.
Land at Manele Harbor and take a short walk to the bay, where you can enjoy the stunning white-sand beach. While you're there, enjoy snorkeling in the protected bay, wade through tide pools, hike to Sweetheart Rock, or visit the elegant Four Seasons Hotel. Picnic tables are available for you to enjoy a delicious deli picnic lunch.
Get the chance for some offshore snorkeling either before or after landing on Lanai. Once you're back on the raft, hold on tight for a fun and exciting ride back to Lahaina Harbor. Read More close
Your cruise begins with a tropical continental breakfast as you cross the ocean to Lanai. The majestic West Maui mountains provide a picturesque backdrop as you cruise the waters looking for pods of spinner, spotted, and bottlenose dolphins. During the winter season, you may catch a glimpse of humpback whales coming down from the icy waters of Alaska.
The crew onboard gets you outfitted with all your gear and you can participate in a snorkeling and fish identification class before jumping into the tropical waters of Lanai. Float along, view the marine life around you, and watch the colorful coral reefs pass by.
A barbecue lunch is served when you have finished your snorkeling adventure. Take relief from the sun in the shaded cabin area equipped with tables and chairs or sit out on the deck in the open air. The cool breeze and stunning views of the coast of Lanai complete your day as you cruise back to Lahaina harbor. Read More close
Travel by van into Haleakala National Park and to the top of one of the world's largest dormant volcanoes—Haleakala—at 10,023 feet (3,055 m). See rare silversword plants and eucalyptus forests, explore the area's geology, and marvel at unobstructed views of neighboring islands and across central Maui.
Afterward, head down to an elevation of 6,500 feet (1,980 m) just outside the park. Get on your bike and follow your guide as you coast down the verdant slopes of Haleakala. Along the way, be on the lookout for the nene—native, endangered birds that have made Haleakala their permanent home—before stopping for a lunch break.
Next, navigate 21 twisting turns on the western slopes of Haleakala without even breaking a sweat. With only 200 yards (183 m) of pedaling to grapple with, the cycling part of your tour is almost entirely downhill, leaving you free to enjoy the panoramic views of West Maui Mountains as well as the north- and south-facing shores. To close out your tour, stop for lunch before jumping in the van for your return transfer.
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After the sun sinks down, head to the ninth-floor rooftop observation deck to meet the Director of Astronomy. More than 1,000 years ago, Polynesian voyagers used the bright stars overhead to navigate to the Hawaiian Islands. Gaze up at those same constellations and twinkling lights with the help of a 14-inch (35 cm) reflector telescope known as "The Edge. "
Using a computer, the Director of Astronomy selects an incredible series of interstellar phenomena to show you, from distant planets and galaxies to cloudy nebulae. Gaze up at the stars with the naked eye, and then get a closer look using high-tech binoculars and The Edge. With little light pollution, this look at the night sky is an unforgettable Hawaiian experience for anyone curious about the universe beyond our solar system. Read More close
The adventure begins in the historic Lahaina Harbor, where you and your small group board a custom-built parasailing speedboat. After a quick briefing from the US Coast Guard-certified instructor, strap into the state of the art hydraulic launch system and gradually lift off into the open sky. Feel elated as you drift high over the ocean.
Savor the unparalleled bird's-eye view of Maui's scenic landscape and enjoy the sweet Hawaiian breeze blowing through your hair. After your 10 minutes in the air, feel the adrenaline rush of dipping your feet in the refreshing ocean water on your ride back onto the boat. As other passengers take turns parasailing, enjoy sweeping views of the deep-blue ocean. Read More close
Meet your captain on Ka’anapali Beach and motor out to your charter boat via an inflatable raft. Get comfortable in the wrapped lounge seating, put your food in the cooler if you like, and turn on your favorite song on the stereo system.
Not far offshore the captain stops the vessel to prepare for the first ride of the day. Choose between hyperlite wakeboards, wake skates, and wakesurfers. After following the instructions and securing your life vest, jump into the water with your water toy and easy-grip handles in hand, and then prepare for takeoff.
Watch the line tighten, pull your arms in, and off you go. The refreshing spray of the ocean, calm waters, and not many boats in sight make this a perfect adventure for beginners and advanced thrill-seekers alike. Once you get comfortable, signal to the captain that you are ready for more speed and wider turns. Back on the boat, kick back with a beverage in the shaded cabin or soak up the Maui sun on the bow. Read More close
Your adventure begins with a comfortable drive along Maui's coastline. When you reach the trailhead, trek 2. 5 miles (4 km) into the forest and see the ferns, bamboo, and tropical trees that grow in abundance. While your expert guide shares unique details about the abundant flora and fauna, sample seasonal fruits and flowers found along the way.
As you approach the waterfalls, you hear cascading water splashing into a pool. Feel the mist on your face as you stand in front of the first waterfall. Continue down the path to 4 more waterfalls (if conditions allow) that range in height from 10 to 40 feet (3–12 m). Swim in the clear water below the falls if you like, and if you're more adventurous, leap off a cliff into one of the pools. Enjoy a picnic-style lunch by one of the pools, surrounded by tropical beauty.
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At Ka’anapali Beach board a raft and head out to Sanity—a 46-foot (14-m) boat with ample space for up to 32 passengers. Cushioned seats, an onboard bathroom, and swim platforms are just some of the comforts on this vessel. A hard top covering ensures shade from the sun as you zip across the Pacific Ocean to another island paradise.
Traveling clockwise around the island, you journey along a pristine coast free of developments and other boats. Marvel at the ever-changing landscape of sand, rugged lava formations, cliffs, and caves while the captain seeks a spot in calm water perfect for both novice and experienced snorkelers. Take one of the loading ladders to the water and look for green sea turtles and dolphins while exploring the coral reef.
Dive down to get a closer look at the sea creatures or comfortably float on the surface for an overview of the colorful ocean floor. After a freshwater rinse on the boat, enjoy lunch consisting of a variety of sandwiches and wraps, potato salad, pasta salad, vegetables, and fresh fruit. Refueled and refreshed, keep exploring as you pass shipwrecks and white-sand beaches before making your way back to Maui.
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Your lesson begins with a short land demonstration by an expert coach who walks you through safety information, paddle surfing etiquette, and all of the fundamentals. Learn how to handle your surfboard, how and when to stand, and how to maneuver through the water with your paddle. Each lesson is personalized by the instructor to meet each student's needs.
After a few practice exercises in the shallow water, it's time to paddle out to the surf zone. Your instructor paddles with you at a comfortable pace, making your entire experience worry-free.
Show off your new moves in the open water along the Lahaina coast. Once you're confident with your board, take some time to watch for local marine life like honu (Hawaiian sea turtles) and a variety of tropical fish. Read More close
From Lahaina Harbor, catch a shuttle boat to a submarine just off the coast. Board the 48-passenger vessel and grab a seat next one of the large viewing areas. Once the sub is closed and secure, your crew begins the descent into the great Pacific Ocean.
Head to a sunken shipwreck that has transformed into an artificial reef. Its nooks and crannies are now a safe haven for some of the water's smallest fish. As you glide along, look out for drifting sea turtles and lurking reef sharks.
For your second adventure, ride a stable raft equipped with cushioned seating, shade, and an onboard restroom to the coast off of Lanai. Your captain navigates to a calm snorkeling site while you enjoy a continental breakfast and watch for dolphins.
Once the captain turns the engine off, get geared up and step into the warm, tropical waters. An abundance of lively reef fish, green sea turtles, and tropical corals come into focus as you gently float around on the surface. Before returning to Maui, explore another snorkel site and savor a tasty picnic lunch. Read More close
Travel by van into Haleakala National Park and to the top of the world's largest dormant volcano—Haleakala—at 10,023 feet (3,055 m). Steel yourself against the chilly high-elevation temperature as the sun creeps slowly into the sky. Once a spectacular island sunrise starts to brighten and warm your surroundings, marvel at Haleakala's enormous crater and the area's otherworldly flora.
Afterward, head down 6,500 feet (1,980 m) just outside the park. Get on your bike and coast along behind your guide to learn about the history of Haleakala. See rare silversword plants—as well as native, endangered animals and birds that have made Haleakala their permanent home—before stopping for lunch (own expense) at a upcountry location.
Next, navigate 21 twisting turns on the western slopes of Haleakala without even breaking a sweat. With only 200 yards (183 m) of pedaling to grapple with, the cycling part of your tour is almost entirely downhill, leaving you free to enjoy the panoramic views. To close out your tour, stop for lunch before jumping in the van for your return transfer. Read More close
After meeting at the Lahaina Stables, get to know some of the friendly horses and you learn how to safely ride and communicate with them. Then take off on the verdant trails and enjoy a leisurely ride to the Makila Plantation, a historic area of Maui. Throughout the ride your knowledgeable guide shares local trivia, Hawaiian history, and unique island lore.
Travel up to the Launiupoko Valley, 1. 5 miles (2. 4 km), and experience the picturesque sunset behind the West Maui mountain peaks. Keep your eyes peeled for Hawaiian wildlife such as owls, songbirds, and infamous mongooses.
At the top of the valley, watch the shimmering sun sink below the deep-blue ocean's horizon and reveal the expansive views of Kaho'olawe, Lana'i, Moloka'i, and the scenic Lahaina Harbor. The leisurely pace allows you to take advantage of many photo opportunities. Read More close
Nestled in the West Maui Mountains, Kahoma Ranch spans more than 600 acres (243 ha). Its green grass and dirt trails overlook the town of Lahaina and the sparkling ocean beyond. Upon arrival, begin your safety briefing and vehicle orientation, and familiarize yourself with the Polaris Ranger off-road buggy. After getting your helmet, eye protection, and bandana, it's time to roll.
Be prepared for anything from mud puddles and streams to hairpin turns as you motor through the landscape, whipping up a trail of dust behind you. From the highest point on the trail—1,800 feet (548 m) above sea level—stop for breathtaking views and to switch seats if you're in a shared buggy so everyone gets a turn at the controls.
A 20-minute stop at The Garden lets you take in views into Kahoma Valley and gain insight into native plants and culture while enjoying a healthy snack. Snap some photos before jumping back on your vehicle for the return ride.
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2 hours 30 minutes
Ironwood Ranch, located up the West Maui Mountains and above the resort areas, is the perfect place to ride horses on Maui. As well as having access to some of Maui's most scenic and unspoiled riding areas, the ranch offers well-trained horses happy to take you for a ride. Before you venture out on the trail, selects the perfect horse for you based on your level of experience and your size.
Your experienced guide adds lively commentary to your equestrian excursion as you pass through ironwood forests and Hawaiian valleys rich in history. Along the way, learn about ancient history as you ride a beautiful horse through the picturesque countryside and savor beautiful views from the mountains to the Pacific Ocean. Read More close
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Located high up the West Maui Mountains above the resort areas, Ironwood Ranch is the perfect place to ride horses on Maui. Enjoy access to some of Maui's most scenic and unspoiled riding areas and explore on a well-trained horse selected to match to your experience level and size.
Your experienced guides brings your tour to life as you travel through history-rich Hawaiian valleys and ancient home sites. Enjoy learning about Napili's ancient history as you ride a beautiful horse through the awe-inspiring countryside and get a memorable view of a brilliant Maui sunset.
Ironwood Ranch specializes in small, personalized groups of 6 people per trail guide or as arranged. Enjoy riding your horse through some of Maui's most scenic and unspoiled territory and get a great view of the Pacific Ocean as you see the best of old Maui on horseback.
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Climb aboard a rugged 4x4 vehicle and ride through the historic sugarcane fields of the Kahoma Valley to the starting point of the zipline course. Your friendly guide gets you outfitted in your harness and gear and gives you an introduction to ziplining so you can get the most out of your adventure. After that, it's time to take off. Leap into the air and whiz down 9 different ziplines, all between 70 and 150 feet (20–45 m) above the ground. There's even a side-by-side line, so you can race to the end against a speedy friend.
From this elevated vantage point, you can take in spectacular views over the island's coast. Gaze over the West Maui Mountains and to the distant island of Lanai across the blue waters of the Pacific. Admire the port town of Lahaina and the beautiful resorts of Ka'anapali. As your zipline crosses over a natural pool high in the hills, release and splash into the refreshing water. You can enjoy 45 minutes of leisure time here, swimming, relaxing with a snack in the sun, or even testing your balance on a stand-up paddleboard before your return ride down the mountain. Read More close
4 hours 30 minutes