Ultimate 9-Line Zip & Dip

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$190

Maui's only Zip n' Dip tour!


Experience the ultimate Zipline tour on our 9 line adventure including Maui's only Zip n' Dip line, allowing you to splash into a natural mountain pool. Race your family or friends on our double racing line while enjoying sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean, offshore islands and West Maui Mountains. Book early as this tour fills up fast!


Guests zip 8 lines including 5 lines from the Ka'anapali adventure course, voted the #1 zipline course in Hawaii and then arrive at the Zip n' Dip line into a mountain pool to enjoy one hour of water line fun.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
  • Ziplines: 8 ziplines plus zip n' dip experience (or 3 plus zip n' dip experience if you choose our shortened adventure) stretch over Ka?anapali?s remote coastal landscape and open up views of untouched Hawaiian lands and miles of blue Pacific ocean.  
  • Mountain Pool Zipline: Spend time enjoying our open water zipline and paddle boards in a refreshing mountain pool that overlooks Ka?anapali?s Pacific coast line. Includes unlimited zipping on the Zip n' Dip experience. 
  • Double Racing Line: Challenge your spouse, brother, sister, friend or foe to a side-by-side race down our Ka?anapali double line.
  • A Cultural Experience: Our terrific guides will uncover Hawaii?s rich history and keep you laughing most of the tour?it's a fully Hawaiian experience.
COURSE DETAILS

  • Line R: The Dip Line - Enjoy splashing into a fresh mountain pool from Maui's only Zip n' Dip zipline   
  • Line U1: Molokini & Kaho'olawe - Named after Maui's offshore Islands, Molokini and Kaho'olawe, our double racing line will give you a thrilling experience and view! 
  • Line U2: Molokai - Named after Molokai, a beautiful Island view-able offshore, this line is fast and fun!
  • Line U3: Lanai - The Island of Lanai is located directly offshore from Maui and was known as the Pineapple Island in it's past history.  Enjoy amazing views of Lanai from this line on our tour. 
  • Line 4: Wainee - Line 4 opens up views of the Pacific Ocean and the small unpopulated island of Kaho?olawe.Wainee: The name Waine'e means "creeping water". This area is the location of another historically significant place - Moku'ula, or Sacred Island, was a historical and spiritual center of Hawaii and is where Kamehameha III made his home for many years
  • Line 5: Panaewa - Fly 150 feet into the air on the highest line of the tour. Panaewa: The name Panaewa translates to "west side games." David Malo, the noted Hawaiian historian, is buried high in this area. Pu'u Kukui is home to at least 17 endangered species, including koa'ia and a very rare type of geranium.
  • Line 6: Paunau - Get a running start and leap into the air from the takeoff platform of  line 6.Paunau: The name Paunau translates to "the food has been chewed".  At the base of the Paunau ahupua'a is the Hauola stone. Hawaiians believed this to be a healing rock, upon which one could sit, dangle their feet in the water and let the waves wash over them, and by doing so, regain their health.
  • Line 7: Wahikuli - Take a ?trust zip? and let the guides help you zip across line seven backwards. Wahikuli: Wahikuli translates to "a noisy place", but despite the name, you're sure to be far away from anything too noisy. Much like all of the regions in the Lahaina moku, Wahikuli is an area with a lot of historical significance. Legend has it that Pu'u Laina was the first place the Pele, the volcano goddess, appeared on Maui.
  • Line 8: Hanakao'o - The hike from line 7 to 8 opens up some of the most spectacular views of the entire course.Hanakao'o: The name Hanakao'o means "to work with an o'o". An o'o was a long tool used, in ancient times, to plant sweet potatoes and other crops. In this area can be found Pu'u Keka'a, which is known as 'Uhane lele, or Soul Leaping Place of Maui. 
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Time 9:30am
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time.
Duration 4.5 hours
Location Ka'anapali

Please view the cancellation policy and restrictions. You can find addition information in frequently asked questions

Cancellation Policy

We have a generous cancellation policy.  24 hours or more before your tour and you will receive a 100% refund.  Less than 24 hours, no refund. 


Last Minute Bookings

Please be aware that these bookings are subject to confirmation. If this is a same-day or next-day booking, there is a reasonable chance this will not be confirmed. For bookings that are confirmed, there will be no cancellations or refunds.


Restrictions

  1. Customers MUST be 10 years or older, all customers under 18 must have a legal guardian sign for them.
  2. Customers MUST weigh between 80 & 260 lbs. This Policy is STRICTLY ENFORCED, for your own safety. Customers will be weighed on site if there are questions and WILL NOT be provided a refund if they are outside the limits.
  3. Customers MUST be physically able to hike 1 to 2 miles at elevation over uneven terrain.
  4. Customers with serious neck, back, or joint injuries or Chronic heart problems should use their own discretion about their capabilities to safely participate in this activity. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that anyone with who has had recent surgery, especially on ankles, knees or their back, not participate in this tour. Although we try to always make customers comfortable both physically and mentally, some degree of impact on joints or some degree of customer anxiety about zipping is unavoidable.
  5. Customers MUST NOT have been scuba diving within 24 hours of scheduled tour time.
  6. All customers are REQUIRED to sign a release and waiver of liability prior to taking the tour.
  7. You must not be pregnant.
  8. Absolutely NO SMOKING is allowed on tour.


Frequently Asked Questions

What time do we need to check in for our tour?
We do require everyone to arrive (30) minutes prior to their tour time.

Where do we check in?
We have a check-in office at the Fairway Shops in Ka'anapali for our Ka'anapali tours and Ka'anapali Zip n' Dip tour. Driving directions are included with your confirmation email.

I have hiking-style sandals - can I wear those?
For your safety, we require that you wear shoes with a fully enclosed heel and toe - tennis/athletic shoes or hiking type shoes are best. No hiking sandals, Teva's, Keene's, Crocs, Tom's, Vibram FiveFinger shoes or Skecher Shapers allowed on the course.  Shoes must be snug to your foot, no loose fitting or un-laced Converse style shoes allowed.

Do I have to wear long pants?
No, but they tend to be more comfortable when wearing a harness and are recommended.

Can I bring my camera/phone?
Yes, you may bring your camera/phone along to snap photos along the way. Your guides will also take many photos of you zipping. All the pictures from your tour will be available for $15. You can also rent a Go-Pro camera.

How good of shape do I need to be in?
Ziplining isn't strenuous, but you need to be able to hike about 1/2 mile and climb steps. We have had people from age 10 to 100 do the course without problems.

Is there an age requirement?
Guests MUST be 10 years or older. Anyone under the age of 18 will be required to have a completed waiver and have a responsible adult sign the form for them.

I'm going scuba-diving the day before my tour, is that ok?
Customers MUST NOT have been scuba diving within 24 hours of scheduled tour time for all courses.

What's the cancellation policy?
We have a generous cancellation policy. 24 hours or more before your tour and you will receive a 100% refund. Less than 24 hours, no refund. 

Are there any health issues I should consider?
Customers with serious neck, back, or joint injuries or chronic heart problems should use their own discretion about their capabilities to safely participate in this activity. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that anyone with who has had recent surgery, especially on ankles, knees or their back, not participate in this tour. Although we try to always make customers comfortable both physically and mentally, some degree of impact on joints or some degree of customer anxiety about zipping is unavoidable.

Are there weight restrictions?
Customers MUST weigh between 80 & 260 lbs. This Policy is STRICTLY ENFORCED, for your own safety. All participants will be weighed at check in and those that do not comply will not be allowed to zip and no refunds will be issued.

Is ziplining safe?
Safety is our top priority, and it shows. Over 3 million zipline crossings - we've set the industry standard in zip lining safety. All equipment is tested to hold at least 5,000 lbs. Each zipline has a minimum breaking strength of over 26,000 lbs.

Sophisticated engineering
From concept to design to installation, we work closely with Glynn Geotechnical Engineering to develop our zipline courses. Glynn is an internationally recognized firm, licensed in 46 States for structural and geotechnical engineering work, and recognized as the leader in the Aerial Adventure engineering industry.
Thoroughly trained guides
We believe that your safety starts with guides that have a comprehensive understanding of the ziplining industry and safety best practices.Each of our guides go through an 80-hour training process, and a period of ?assistant guiding??a time where ?junior? guides are paired up with more experienced guides to get on-course training and experience. The industry standard for this process is a short 40-hour training process.
Daily course inspections, yearly professional inspections
Every day, our trained staff thoroughly inspects all the ziplines, platforms, trails, and equipment of each course. And at least once a year an accredited ACCT inspector conducts a comprehensive review of each course, equipment, and all current practices.

Do my parents or guardian have to zip with me if I am under age 18?
Kids 15-17 years old need an adult signature on their waiver but can take part in our tours without an adult in their group on tour EXCEPT for Ka'anapali Zip n' Dip tours! 
Example: 15 & 16 year old friends can zip without a parent or adult in their party as long as they have an adult sign the waiver for them at check-in first.Kids 14 years and younger need to have an adult on tour with them and an adult must sign the waiver for each child. The adult can be a parent, relative, or friend and must be 18 years or older.
Example: 14 & 17 year old siblings need an adult or 18 year old to zip as part of their group, in addition to having an adult sign the waiver for them.  (Note if it were just the 17 year old, they could go with just an adult signature on their waiver - but because they have a 14 year old in the group they also need an adult to zip as part of their group)
Ka'anapali Zip n' Dip tours: Requires 1 adult to participate with each party regardless of the age of the minors.
Example: Jones party of 2 (15 and 16 year old's) cannot go on 4 line Zip n' Dip without their 18 year old sibling or another adult.


Reviews

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- May 25, 2022 -

Josh G.

Excellent zip line tour. Dillon and Chris led a group of 11 of us up (and down) the mountain. Everything was safe and controlled. Would highly recommend...  more

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- May 19, 2022 -

Yesi G.

Amazing team! Chris and Will we're super friendly and funny! I appreciate their patience and help with my 75yr old mom. Had a great time!  more

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- Mar 24, 2022 -

George A.

From the start, Ronnie, Manny and Hoku were the best. Kept it fun with easy instructions, jokes and some Hawaii historical tidbits. We did the 8 line and...  more

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