Skyline Eco Adventure

zip lineReady to soar like a bird from tree to tree in a rain forest? Zipline or canopy tours give you a bird’s-eye view of the forest, move you across canyons and show you scenery that can’t be viewed from the ground. Before you hook onto a line and start zipping, however, reputable zipline tour operators give you basic training, which may include a fast ride on wire close to the ground.

    Zip lines are sprouting as fast as foliage in the tree canopies you’ll slide through during a zipline adventure. Once, considered an exotic way to view nature from above, now days, you can find a zipline adventure (sometimes called a “canopy tour”) in dozens of places around North America, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Peru, New Zealand and many other countries.

    Skyline Eco-Adventures was founded in 2002 by Danny and Buck Boren with the goal of not only providing Maui’s visitors with an exciting new activity, but also instilling a sense of responsibility in Maui’s activity industry.

      It is there belief that by making meaningful monetary and physical contributions toward various preservation efforts on Maui, Skyline Eco-Adventures can have a positive impact on the island community.
      Skyline was voted Hawaii Eco-Tour Operator of the Year 2004 by the Hawaii Eco-Tourism Association, reaffirming our direction and vision for creating a business that can serve our island as well as our customers. Beyond conservation, Skyline is committed to developing an extremely safe and well-researched zipline tour industry. To this end we regularly redesign equipment and safety test our equipment and course.
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