Helicopter Tours Across Hawaii
See Kauai, Big Island, Oahu & Maui Helicopter Tours
Maui is known as the “Valley Isle” because of its two mountain ranges. The West Maui Mountains have hundreds of valleys encircling its highest point, the second wettest place on earth. The valleys leading from this peak are loaded with some of the highest waterfalls on the island. However, they are rarely visible from Maui’s roads. The only way to get a good view of them is from a helicopter. The Hawaiian Islands helicopter tour from West Maui can also include a flight across the channel to the island of Molokai and its thousand-foot high ocean cliffs!
Another spectacular landscape of valleys and waterfalls is Haleakala. The northeastern slopes have hundreds of waterfalls cascading through the jungle forest valleys along the Hana side. There are dozens above it and often a few farther down each valley for every waterfall you see along the road to Hana. From the air, it’s truly stunning how many waterfalls there are – with some even cascading into the ocean! Add to this the beautiful beaches and shorelines, and it’s easy to see why Helicopter tours are so popular on Maui. We have several flight times and routes to choose from that will help you choose a great air tour that’s perfect for you and your family’s time and budget!
The island of Kauai, known as the “Garden Isle,” is the oldest and smallest of the four main Hawaiian islands. The island’s geography is unique as millions of years of erosion have created deep canyons, massive ocean cliffs, and towering waterfalls. Most of these features are in the island’s interior or along the massive cliffs of the Na Pali* coastline. Scenic overlooks or offshore boat views are beautiful, but these distant views are limited. However, a helicopter tour brings all the island’s splendors into full view! Kauai is surely one of the best islands to enjoy a sightseeing helicopter tour!
Waimea Canyon*, called the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” by Mark Twain, is a spectacular sight to witness no matter how you get there. Still, from the air, you’ll see the incredible patterns and colors of bright red soil and lush green rainforests as the canyon twists and turns its way to the ocean.
The Na Pali* coastline consists of miles of thousand ft high cliffs that meet pounding ocean waves along the island’s lush north shore. Access is limited to a rigorous hiking trail or by ocean raft. You’ll see these extensive cliffs connect with the peaks and canyons of this amazing island! Adding to this, flyovers of the only navigable freshwater river in Hawaii, multiple waterfalls, and stunning beaches, and you’ll know why a helicopter tour is one of the most popular things to do on Kauai!
*Designated nature preserve