It's (Mostly) Not About the Hike

party poopersWhen some people first hear about a Hike Maui adventure, they flash back to a show they saw on Nat Geo about a trek through Nepal, where several beasts of burden and a sherpa helped a party of anthropologists through the eye of a needle.  Wait! Relax! You don’t have to be a world-class athlete to enjoy a day of adventure in the Maui wilderness.  In fact, after about 30 years of leading all kinds of people on all kinds of travels through the jungles, hills and valleys of Maui, we know exactly what kind of person makes the best hiker.

People From All Walks of Life Taking all Kinds of Walks

Are you someone who’s ready to do something you can’t do at home? Are you someone who wants to laugh, learn and get messy with a new best friend? Can you smile and walk at the same time? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then YOU make a great candidate for having the time of your life on an island hike.   We’ve been the Maui wilderness’s ambassador to people with disabilities, the young and old, the previously overworked and people in recovery from Curmudgeonry.

And if you’re the do-it-all, see-it-all, make-me-so-tired-I-can’t-hold-up-my-dinner-fork type, we’ve got you covered.  With full-day hiking experiences that can even include kayaking, no one leaves the jungle hungry. Ready for something completely original? Ask about a custom private tour that’s designed just for you and your wildest dreams.

Ask Your Doctor About Hike Maui

Although a day in the sun, rain, birdsong and breezes is not a prescription, if you’re confused about whether you’re physically able to take a walk that’s in tune with your interests and abilities, go ahead–“ask your doctor”–as they say during those cryptic medication commercials on TV.  And then call us to tell us how much fun you’re allowed to have.  We’re trained to administer just the right dose.

2 thoughts on “It's (Mostly) Not About the Hike”

    1. Aloha … all our trips are on trails but the easiest of them all is our Short Waterfall Walk. Depending on how active the person is and how well they have recovered from their surgery, they may be able to do the tour. There will still be uneven ground in some areas along with some rocks and roots along the trails. Always good to get their doctors input. Feel free to contact us if you have further questions.

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