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Paradise Eco-Adventures

#342 of 499 Tours in Maui
Maui, HI, USA
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About Paradise Eco-Adventures
Paradise Eco Adventures runs family friendly zipline and aquaball adventure tours at the USDA certified organic Maui Dragonfruit Farm in Lahaina, Hawaii. Guest love the thrill of flying on the zipline over the dragonfruit field and slip, sliding and rolling in the Aquaball. People of all ages enjoy taking in the spectacular ocean and mountain views from the lawn, the dragon fruit field, the zip line launch tower and the Aquaball track. These exciting adventure tours include a walking tour of the USDA certified organic farm. During the walking tour, guests learn about organic farming, traditional commercial crops in Hawaii pineapple, banana, sugarcane, papaya and the new "King of Fruits"- Dragonfruit.
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fungasafari2016 wrote a review Dec 2019
Horsham, United Kingdom25 contributions4 helpful votes
We were a little disappointed with the facilities on board the boat. The restrooms stank to put it mildly and the upper deck definitely needed a bimini or awning in the hot afternoon sun! Relative to Maldives the coral and sea life was a disappointment in both colour and variety.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Luke J wrote a review Nov 2019
Canada2 contributions
If you like getting shoved down a hill in a giant hamster-ball this is for you! The zip-gliding was pretty decent also would recommend this thanks!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Barb M wrote a review Jul 2019
Red Deer, Canada83 contributions34 helpful votes
Beginner zip liners may like this park for the no frills, not scary experience. One zip line, 4 times, quite low to the ground. However, the view of the ocean is incredible, and the zip line staff are very proficient. Good training and instruction, good safety in place, lots of time to ask questions and get it right. The check in and out experience is bizarre, with too many people crowded into a small space. The lovely plate of fruit was a nice touch if you have the time to wait. Papaya, pineapple, dragon fruit, two varieties of banana, and fresh coconut water. A family run business that is long on friendliness and short on organization. It was a good first time zip line experience.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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maui_tropic wrote a review Aug 2018
Bay Area44 contributions18 helpful votes
Came just for the aquaball and it didn’t disappoint. Both my teenage kids had a blast. Didn’t look like it was rolling fast from a spectators point of view but my kids who participated assured me it felt like it. There’s nothing like pushing your kids in a huge hamster ball off the side of a hill and hearing them scream (the we’re having fun - I promise). The staff were friendly and the location with the ocean behind was beautiful. It’s pricey but was worth it, something new and fun. Big thumbs up!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Kjersten F wrote a review Jan 2018
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We saw this place on an episode of Hawaii Life and immediately signed our family up for when we would be visiting. The views are amazing and the property/farm is beautiful. The kids liked AquaBall but it just didn’t live up to our expectations. The track is fairly short and the price is a bit steep for only 2 trips down. We had added the combo of zip lining. This was the biggest let down. There is one zip line (2 technical lines but one is for kids and one is for adults). It’s not very long or tall. The line was a bit scary with the gravity only breaking system (ie no break or slow down, just an employee catching you before you keep on going). And again, the price for what you get is disappointing. We enjoyed learning about the farm and trying the fruit, jams and juice. The kids thought the AquaBall was fun, but we wouldn’t do it again I don’t think. We’d go to a more true zip lining place with multiple lines and a more advanced system and maybe a rope to land in water. The show did its job in making it look amazing though. It got us there and we wouldn’t have known about it otherwise.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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