Maui Spectacular 90 Minute Helicopter Tour
A Deluxe Helicopter Tour with Incredible Views of the Island
Embark on this deluxe helicopter tour to see the entire island of Maui by air! This combination tour includes incredible flights over the mountains of West Maui, Hana’s rainforest, and features an exciting mountain landing on the slopes of Haleakala volcanic crater.
See Hana From Above
View East Maui’s Lush Forests
State of Hawaii Certified Tour Guides
Flight Recording Available for Purchase
Dramatic waterfalls cascade thousands of feet into the ocean below.
Touch down for twenty minutes on the slopes of Haleakala
View West Maui’s Forests and Waterfalls, including the Wall of Tears – Over 17 Waterfalls Flowing at Once
Combine the best of Blue Hawaiian’s West Maui and Hana/Haleakala tours, with an added mountain landing at Ulupalakua Ranch on the slopes of Haleakala! Our state-of-the-art ECO-Star helicopters offer unobstructed 180-degree panoramic viewing, first-class comfort, and limit the number of passengers to a maximum of 6.
Meet your expert pilot and State of Hawaii-certified tour guide at the Kahului Airport, then take off towards the West Maui Mountains to seek a birds-eye view of jagged mountain ridgelines, countless waterfalls, and hidden valleys. A highlight of this area is the Wall of Tears, a rare sight where 17 misting waterfalls pour over the cliffside to the valley below.
From here, you’ll fly above historic Lahaina town and the incredible partially-submerged Molokini volcanic crater, one of only three of its kind on the planet. This exciting tour then offers you the chance to take in the rolling pasturelands of Ulupalakua Ranch and enjoy a refreshing drink when you land directly on the slopes of Haleakala’s volcanic crater!
The second leg of your flight will take you above Haleakala to explore the other-worldly landscapes of the globe’s biggest dormant volcano. Then, you will fly towards East Maui, where the environment will become lusher. Take in panoramic views of the Hana Rainforest, Road to Hana winding along the coastline, bamboo forests spreading wide, and natural pools and waterfalls that peak out from the dense rainforest. The 45-minute flight over East Maui and Haleakala then circle back to Kahului Airport.
|General PassengersUp to 240 lbs • Passengers weighing over 240lbs are subject to Comfort Seat charge||$521.00|
|Front Seat PassengersTotal Front Row weight must be 470 lbs or less. Those needing help in/out of heli or lap children cannot be seated in front row||$621.00|
|8:20 AM – 8:30 AM||Check-In At Kahului Airport|
|8:30 AM – 9:00 AM||Meet Your Pilot And Tour Guide|
|9:00 AM – 9:20 AM||Helicopter Tour Of West Maui Mountains, Lahaina, & Molokini Crater|
|9:20 AM – 9:25 AM||Land On Haleakala Volcanic Crater|
|9:25 AM – 9:45 AM||Enjoy A Refreshment And Explore Ulupalakua Ranch’s Pasturelands|
|9:45 AM – 10:30 AM||Helicopter Tour Of East Maui: Road to Hana, Waterfalls, & Rainforest|
|10:30 AM – 10:35 AM||Land at Kahului Airport|
The tour takes off from Kahului Airport towards the West Maui Mountains with hidden valleys and waterfalls to discover. Experience Iao Needle, one of Maui’s most iconic and historic landmarks, from the air! Your expert pilot soars in and out of deep emerald valleys and past many misting waterfalls. Experience the mystical Wall of Tears, where 17 individual waterfalls trickle out of the jagged ridgeline before tumbling down the steep cliff sides to the valley floor. Then, fly above Lahaina and over the offshore crescent-shaped Molokini crater to an exclusive landing site high on the slopes of Haleakala’s dormant volcanic crater. Take in the rolling pasturelands of Ulupalakua Ranch while enjoying a refreshing beverage and the crisp mountain air.
Take off again to soar above the world’s largest dormant volcano – Haleakala. Down the backside of the volcano, take in the far-reaching scenes over the Pacific Ocean towards the Big Island. Watch as the environment transforms from expansive ranch and pasturelands into lush East Maui. See the iconic Road to Hana by air, with its tropical rainforests, waterfalls, bamboo forests, and natural pools.