Enjoy Zipline With Skyline Hawaii
Soar above lush landscapes and deep valleys on a Kaanapali Zipline tour. On this exhilarating adventure, you’ll zip from one side of the valley to another as your guide points out historic landmarks below with informative commentary throughout the ride! Float over the valleys, lush landscapes, and historic Lahaina town on our Kaanapali Zipline Tour.
The Road to Hana is a beautiful and rugged scenic drive that winds through the lush Hawaiian Islands. It’s filled with waterfalls, hikes, and stunning views of both nature’s beauty as well as man-made wonders like bamboo forests! Take this one on for yourself while we take care of the driving so you can just chill in comfort. Viewing the Haleakalā sunrise from the top of the world will fill your heart with joy and awe. Follow this up by zipping across or biking through an exhilarating adventure course, accessible for all skill levels!
Get the best of both worlds with Skyline Hawaii eco-adventures! Have a blast exploring Maui’s natural beauty, or sweat it out in their adventurous high ropes course.
We want to show you the vibrant and diverse culture of Hawaii as well as its awe-inspiring natural beauty. As our charter states, we help with conservation efforts in order for future generations to be able to enjoy these same treasures that so many visitors come here for today.
Conserving Hawaii Mission of Skyline Hawaii
Skyline strives to be a force for good in the world. We have planted over 8,000 native trees and given $1.7 million dollars to charities that help make our communities more sustainable places where we all live better lives together. Skyline’s mission is dedicated toward environmental conservation efforts around the globe, including donating hundreds of thousands of items like water bottles each year so people can enjoy clean tap water at home without harming animals or marine life when they go out on hikes with their families; planting millions of new plants every day which will oxygenate fresh air into cities while combating climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide from public transportation emissions such as buses and taxis. There are many reasons why we love Hawaii and need to protect it. We want you, future generations of Hawaiians, to be able to enjoy the same local treasures that have been passed down through time as well!
We love Hawaii as much as you do, and we want to make it a sustainable paradise for future generations.
Check also Lahaina Restoration Foundation