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Rappelling in Hawaiʻi

Whether you want to descend cascading waterfalls or lush jungle cliffs, Hawaiʻi offers plenty of opportunities for rappelling. Somewhere between ziplining and rock climbing, rappelling is an exciting way to experience Hawaiʻi’s stunning natural beauty. Many of the islands feature guided rappelling in packages with other outdoor activities for a full day of adventure.

Kauaʻi

Have a fun afternoon at Just Live! Zipline Tours & Outdoor Gear Store in Līhuʻe. Not only does this location offer rappelling, they also have seven ziplines and a canopy sky bridge. Soar 60 feet above the ground and fly over a canopy rich with eucalyptus trees, bamboo, native plants and bird life. Ecology narratives are included in every tour.


Oʻahu 

Discover panoramic ocean and mountain views with CLIMB Works Keana Farms Zipline. In addition to two rappel options, this North Shore destination also features eight dual ziplines and four sky bridges. They also offer a three-hour guided tour that includes an ATV ride and a tasting of local fruits. For a full day of activity, try Coral Crater Adventure Park. This 35-acre outdoor adventure center, located in West Oʻahu, has six ziplines, an aerial adventure tower, two 50-foot climbing walls, a king swing, a freefall, rappelling, tactical laser gun shooting and ATVs.

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Maui

Experience rappelling in a private rainforest halfway to Hāna with Rappel Maui. Professional guides will take you to a secluded paradise with tropical waterfalls and jungle cliffs for an unforgettable experience. Tours include transportation, gear (including footwear), bottled water and lunch.


Island of Hawaiʻi

Enjoy beautiful ocean views and lush tropical vegetation with the Umauma Falls Zipline and Rappel Experience. Not only will you have the chance to rappel down a beautiful waterfall, but you can also experience two miles of ziplines. Or, head out on a customized rappelling tour with Kona Nature Tours. They also provide unique tours focused on history and culture, scuba diving and more.

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