West Maui & Molokai Helicopter Tour
The Premiere Helicopter Tour Of West Maui & Molokai
Years ago, ferries used to run between Maui and Molokai over the rough waters of the Pailolo Channel but now the only ways to access the neighboring island are by airplane or helicopter. On this fun and exciting tour, you will get to see both the majesty of the interior of the West Maui Mountains as well as do a flyover of Molokai.
Visit two islands in one trip
Fly through the valleys of the West Maui Mountains
Catch glimpses of Molokai’s coastal cliffs
Narrated by your pilot
Be sure to arrive at the Kahului Airport 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time to check in for the flight and meet your pilot. Upon takeoff, your pilot will fly into the heart of the West Maui Mountains to give you unforgettable views of dozens of waterfalls. Among the many jagged ridges and deep valleys hidden in the mountain range is the famed Wall of Tears, which is a huge cliff face where 17 or more waterfalls can be seen gushing from the rocks and crashing down into the jungle below.
After exiting the West Maui Mountains on the opposite side, you will be treated to views of the West Maui coastline with it’s picturesque white sand beaches and the beautiful city of Lahaina. From there, your pilot will fly over the Pailolo Channel towards Molokai where you will get to see the island’s huge sea cliffs jutting up from the ocean below. Molokai’s coastline is one the most most interesting and seldom visited in Hawaii, which means the pristine beauty of the region is totally preserved. From there, it will be time to cross the Pailolo Channel once more to return to the airport in Kahului.
Lockers for securing any valuables you may have brought with you.
Changes and cancellations are allowed up to 72 hours prior to tour commencement without penalty. For groups 12 or more 7 days notice is required. No-shows and changes or cancellations within 72 hours are subject to a full charge. No refunds are available once a tour has commenced.
The West Maui Mountains if viewed from other parts of the island are almost always shrouded in a layer of clouds making it very difficult to view them from base to peak unless the conditions are just right. Because of the lack of visibility from the ground as well as a lack of roads leading into the interior of the mountain range a helicopter is the only way to see the mind blowing scenery, waterfalls, and jungle valleys hidden in the West Maui Mountains.
This small island is only 38 miles long and 10 miles wide, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in pristine natural scenery. The coastal cliffs you will see from the cabin of your helicopter are the tallest in Hawaii, and Molokai’s white sand beaches and reefs are also some of the most exquisite in the state.