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Kapalua Ziplines Maui Review


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It’s been a month since we’ve been back from our epic vacation in Maui. We did so many excursions and activities while we were there. One of my fondest memories was my solo trip zip-lining with Kapalua Ziplines. The Giant had already gone back home to Chicago and I vowed I wasn’t stepping off the island till I went zip-lining. I researched many companies before deciding on Kapalua. I haven’t done any adrenaline rushing fun since before I gave birth to Roman so I wanted to go big. I can’t even begin to tell you the crazy fun I had at Kapalua Ziplines.

I wanted to record my adventure but didn’t have time to purchase a GoPro camera since this excursion was booked last minute. Before getting to Kapalua Ziplines, I stopped by an ABC store to see if I could find anything I could use. That’s when I spotted a selfie stick with a wrist strap. Kapalua Zipline’s policy is as long as there’s a wrist strap on your phone, you are allowed to use it for video recording. I realized when I got there that the camera button didn’t work so I just made due by using the timer function if I needed to take a selfie. This was my first time owning a selfie stick and boy was it so much fun!!!! I didn’t have to bother anyone! Freedom!!!! They do take photos of you throughout the day but the photographer in me likes being in control of my own photos.

Once I got to Kapalua Ziplines, my group did a safety briefing before hopping onto the van to take us to the ATV. The ATV ride up the mountain to our first line was muddy but I don’t think anyone signed up for this expecting to stay clean. There are seven zip lines total. Hands down my favorites were 3,5, and 7. Each line, the view was very lush and picturesque. At one point it started to drizzle, which was kinda refreshing when you’re zipping through with rain tapping on your face on a hot summer day. They gave us raincoats that we all had tied around our waists so we stayed dry. At the halfway point, we took a break to snack on energy bars and pineapples.

Overall, the trip was just amazing. Of all the ziplines I’ve done in the past, I definitely felt Kapalua Ziplines was hands down the safest.

I can’t wait to go back next year and bring the Giant. This was definitely my fondest memory of my time in Maui. I can’t recommend Kapalua Ziplines enough. I booked this trip through Maui Activities which also owns Ohana Fun Hawaii are also the ones that booked my trip to Molokini with my mom. You can read about that here. I know there are MANY booking companies out there for these activities so it can get overwhelming. I had such a great experience with Ohana Fun Hawaii and Maui Activities. Booking your excursions and activities with them is a must!

These photos were taken with my iPhone so please excuse the not so great quality


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