For a guaranteed window seat, make sure to upgrade to the preferred seating option.
- 45-minute Big Island helicopter flight from Hilo
- See some of the biggest and most active volcanoes in the world
- Enjoy lush Hawaiian scenery
- Fly over cascading waterfalls
- Talk to your pilot on two-way radios
- Guaranteed your own window seat!
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
The guaranteed window seats mean you're sure to have fantastic views of several active volcanoes, rainforests and plenty of waterfalls. And being able to talk to the pilot via 2-way radio makes it easy to ask questions!
Recent Photos of This Tour
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Experience of a lifetimePhoto by: Kimberly C
Lava flowPhoto by: Todd S
USA, 09 2014
A wet send-off!Photo by: Anthony F
Thaks after a great flightPhoto by: George D
First helicopter ridePhoto by: Cathy P
view of a waterfallPhoto by: diane l
crater viewPhoto by: diane l
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Hawaii Aug 2012Photo by: Steven M
What You Can Expect
On this 45-minute helicopter tour around the Big Island, you’ll get amazing aerial views of those natural wonders that make Hawaii so special – waterfalls and volcanoes, including one of the most active volcanoes in the world, Kilauea. If you're lucky, Kilauea will be oozing fiery lava for your viewing pleasure.
After you’ve seen Kilauea, your four-passenger Hughes 500 helicopter will whisk you to the next jaw-dropping sight. All passengers are guaranteed window seats on the flight, so you won’t miss any of the panoramic views. You’ll see the Wailuku River, where you’ll fly by an amazing series of waterfalls cascading into the emerald pools below.
I booked this for my husband, my father, and myself. We went doors off. It was an experience of a lifetime. Our tour guide was great and customer service very friendly. Out guide would bank the helicopter both ways so that both sides could get the view. Would go again in a heart beat.
Outstanding way to see the volcano!