With more visitors coming to Maui during the summer months, we’re meeting lots of couples who are on their honeymoon, or are celebrating a destination wedding or anniversary. We like to say that, after a walk down the aisle, there’s nothing like a walk down a waterfall. Or, after tying the knot, you can come…tie… read more
Many of our guests tell us that their waterfall rappels changed their lives. We hear things like, “I feel so accomplished. Invincible!” And then they often also tell us that, while they were doing this crazy thing, they were also feeling pretty scared. Such is the curious paradox that is a Rappel Maui waterfalls adventure…. read more
If you’re visiting Hawaii in January, February or even March, there’s a good chance that you’ll experience some of the island’s cooler, wetter weather. During some of these winter months, there’s even some snowfall at the top of the Big Island’s and Maui’s volcanic peaks. If you just spent a hefty sum to flee your… read more
During the winter months, the weather can get rainy and cool on Maui. Since we operate tours rain or shine, that means you may (or may not) want to adjust your rappel tour attire. You’ll still wear the special footwear that we provide you. It’s a rubber booty with a felt sole that’s designed for… read more
If You’re Using the Central Maui Meeting Location Your guides will meet you in a large, white passenger van clearly marked “Rappel Maui,” usually in Central Maui, near the Ma’alaea Harbor at a small park & ride lot near the intersection of highways 310 (also called North Kihei Road) and highway 30. Of course it’s possible… read more
From the Frequently Asked Questions files, a very commonly voiced concern: “What kind of shoes should I wear to the tour?” Because most of our guests have come to the island with a suitcase, they doubt they have come fully equipped with “the right stuff” to rappel. The truth is: Some forgiving clothing and a… read more
It wouldn’t be a vacation if you didn’t do things you don’t normally do, so when visiting Maui, do as the Mauians do: Enjoy nature by getting your hands dirty. If you’re not sure how getting wet and muddy in a rainforest all day is fun, let us remind you that there are few extraordinary… read more
Aloha and welcome to the Rappel Maui blog. We are excited to share with you the wild adventures of rappelling on Maui, tell you about our company, our rappelling guides, and even stories about our beautiful island, Maui. Enjoy!