Kapalua Ziplines to Re-Open

Kapalua Ziplines in Hawaii will re-open on November 1 with four daily tours offered at 7:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.  

Tours start with a 20-minute adventure in a 4-wheel-drive vehicle to arrive at the Mountain Outpost high above the resort to our 2,000 square-foot observation deck. The deck is 1,400 feet above sea level offering sweeping views of Maui. 

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Kapalua Ziplines soar into the West Maui Mountains via seven ziplines covering two miles of parallel cable lines. Experience the natural splendor of Maui from the exotic native forests to looking down at a 50-foot waterfall as you glide through the air. This tour includes lunch and water with breathtaking panoramic views of three islands. 

Each tour is four hours and 15 minutes long and includes a healthy and delicious lunch of either a chipotle citrus rotisserie chicken sandwich or a vegetarian sandwich from award-winning chef Paris Nabavi of Cilantro Mexican Grill.  

Tours are priced at $189 and includes a free logo t-shirt. For the Fall Special offer, clients who book 14 days in advance get 10 percent off their reservation. Zipline tours are open for ages 10 and up. Adults must accompany children under the age of 10 on the course, while older minors may zip alone but must be accompanied by an adult on the property. Guests must weigh between 60 and 250 pounds.  

Visit www.kapaluaziplines.com.

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