- 60-minute helicopter tour over west Maui and Molokai
- Soar above the beautiful landscape including Halawa Valley, the "Wall of Tears", dormant volcanoes, lava flows, tropical rainforests, waterfalls and coastline
- Enjoy breathtaking bird's eye views of Maui
- Learn about the fascinating history of Maui from an expert personal guide
What You Can Expect
Maui helicopter rides take you flying in a luxury A-star helicopter, the Cadillac of all helicopters, for this 60-minute flight. Each helicopter has 6 forward-facing seats, stereo CD music and 180-degree, unobstructed views for everyone onboard. Each passenger receives a two-way headset for ongoing communication and pilot narration.
See the highlights of West Maui, then look for whales (from early September until late May) as you fly above Pailolo channel between Maui's northwestern shore and Molokai's eastern coastline on Maui helicopter tours. Weather permitting, highlights include - the "Wall of Tears" with over 17 waterfalls flowing at once and Maui's tallest waterfall, Honokohau Falls, with over 1,100-foot drops.
View the resorts of Kaanapali and Kapalua. Soar above Hawaii's tallest waterfalls (including the 1,750-foot Kahiwa Falls) along Molokai's remote and isolated north shore. Fly above gigantic sea cliffs, the tallest in the world! Discover Halawa Valley with two large and beautiful waterfalls flowing down the mountains.
This tour was amazing!
Wow - what an amazing way to see Maui and it's neighboring islands - truly an incredible experience
Good from start to finish. Pilot was very informative, personable and made the trip memorable. Highly recommended.
Best activity of trip. I would do this again. Our pilot was great! Best views on trip.
What spectacular views. Maui is so beautiful.
Beautiful views and sights, with a knowledgable pilot. We brought our 8 and 11 year old daughters and they loved it, as did we.
The views were breathtaking and well worth it!
The tour guide however was was too touristy and boring... Rather than being informative about the island and its culture it was as cheap advertisement for sites nd restaurants etc.
Could have and should have been better!