How long must I wait before flying, zip-lining, or driving up to Haleakala Crater?

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How long must I wait before flying, zip-lining, or driving up to Haleakala Crater?

One dive requires a minimum surface time of 12 hours before ascending to altitude. After two or more dives, a minimum surface time of 18 hours is recommended.

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