Drop in to the tropics during this exciting, safe activity that's great for families, couples, groups, teams and solo travelers. Spend a day in East Maui's lush jungles; make memories of a lifetime rappelling and exploring waterfalls, tropical cliffs, and natural freshwater pools. No previous climbing or rappelling experience is necessary, and all your gear is provided; beginners welcome. What is rappelling? It's a practice used in the outdoor adventure sport of canyoneering to explore vertical terrain using fixed or anchored ropes and other equipment. Need to know more, now? See the Rappel Maui blog for answers.
This six-hour activity combines hiking, swimming and rappelling, all under the direction of well-trained canyoneering guides. Using top-rated equipment, you'll take on a 60-foot jungle cliffside rappel--it's dry so that you can learn the technique and get some hands-on practice. Then it's usually on to the 30- and 50-foot waterfalls, descending into the canyon. On high-water days with raging floods, we rappel down 100-foot jungle walls to the edge of the roaring stream. Safe for the whole family from 10 years up--the perfect activity for active teens--challenging and rewarding for nearly everyone. Transportation to and from the site, all equipment (including footwear), and lunch are included.
Rappelling and canyoneering are popular worldwide, and now you can experience the excitement in this unique guided tour. You'll see why exploring a rainforest preserve and its waterfalls regularly ranks as the best thing to do on Maui.
Warning: Taking that first step over the edge can lead to intense feelings of accomplishment, courage and bliss.
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