“Great view of Giggle Hill”
Our guides were great hosts, emphasizing safety yet making it fun, fun, fun especially for those in our group of 6 who had never done this sort of thing before. It’s not the highest or fastest zip on Maui but we all loved the experience. Excellent group or family activity. If you can climb a ladder, you can do this. It’s as easy as jumping out of a tree, which of course, is what you do. Personally, I liked the historic link to the Marine Corps’ Camp Maui (some of you will know the history of Giggle Hill) with 1940s photos posted around. Do this tour in the morning, and use the afternoon to explore upcountry.
“Adventure in the treetops”
Located at Camp Maui, a former WWII Marine Corps training camp, this is a treetop course. Our tour guides were full of fun, jokes and patience. I have an unexplainable fear of falling but these two keep me completely calm and relaxed.
“Book it Now!”
Such a fun experience, beautiful views and you feel like a sky ninja! Our guides were beyond awesome, give those guys a raise! They made my 7-year old niece and 65 year old mother both feel at ease, even walked the 7 year old down when she couldn’t handle a wind gust. Not only was it an amazing experience, I actually learned a lot of info about the history of the area, which I love. I will definitely be back and definitely recommend to everyone!
“Great guides! Great views! Great times!”
I had an AWESOME time zip lining with NorthShore zip line Co. Our guides were so much fun! You can tell they love what they do. The views were spectacular and it was especially interesting because the lines are located on an old military base. I absolutely recommend choosing NorthShore if you want to zip line on Maui. Thanks…
“Feel the Need for Speed”
First time “zippers”. Great day with Maverick and Boots. Like the small size of the group and the camaraderie we built. Great instruction and pretty much let us go once we had our sea legs. Top Gun line was a blast if you feel the need for speed. Thanks NorthShore!
“Entertaining and fun all on one!”
Mr T, Boots, and Crash were the best, This was my first time zip lining and I would do it again. I enjoyed the history of the location.
“Let Go & Have a Blast!”
We hadn’t planned on ziplining during this trip to Maui, since we had already experienced it for the first time in Costa Rica, but we were very happy that we did! Although you don’t get the same “jungle-like” setting, the views from the treetops were still beautiful. At the time, my son was too young to go on the lines by himself in Costa Rica, so to see his face at the end of 5 out of 7 lines that he went down by himself, was truly unforgettable! We liked actively participating, walking bridges, climbing ladders from one line to the next. Above all, the ability to “freestyle” on some of the lines and just let go without worrying about needing to brake at the end, was exhilarating! Let loose and try the “Scorpion” (lean back and grab your ankles) on the very last line! Wow, I couldn’t believe I was practically upside down all the way! I just wish I had a better picture of this! Haha. Special shout out to our guides, Maverick and P.Diddy (not Phil), who were informative and so much fun! Mahalo!
“Kid Friendly, family friendly fun with Crash and Dragon (and get to see the real “Home Tree”)”
Great way to spend a couple hours as a family. Super fun, super safe and super confidence builder for the kids. Crash T. and Dragon P. rocked. Built on old WW II Camp Maui marine base. Seven ziplines take about an hour and a half to run. Stop by Haiku town at Island Tacos (near Tuk Tuk Thai and the grocery store) for the best $5 taco ever (the sautéed fish was awesome). See some really pretty up country Mauka roads and waterfalls too….leave the bustle of Waimea or Ka’anapali behind and head to Haiku for the day. Kids only have to weigh 40 lbs so good for small ones too!!!