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This 60-minute Maui helicopter tour is packed with jaw-dropping sights, from waterfalls tumbling through hidden valleys to the tallest sea cliffs of Earth. During this Maui helicopter tour of the West Maui Mountains and Molokai, visitors will soar above mist shrouded ridgelines that are covered in native ferns, and get bird’s eye views of parts of the island that are only accessible by air. Crane your neck up as a 1,000 ft. waterfall spills all the way down towards the sea, or casually look down as the blue Pacific rolls right underneath your feet.


  • 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

West Maui and Molokai 60-minute Helicopter Tour


When you book a helicopter tour on Maui, you gain entry to a world that only a handful of visitors will see.
From the moment you lift off from Kahului Heliport you’re surrounded by gorgeous views—from fields of green sugar beneath your feet to the turquoise northern shoreline. In the luxurious, 6-seat, A-star helicopter, cruise your way towards the knife-thin ridgelines of the rugged West Maui Mountains, while your expert pilot provides historical narration through the comfortable two-way headset.

As you buzz through the middle of the eroded volcano, soar past the famous “Wall of Tears” and its dozens of cascading falls, and see 1,100 ft. Honokohau Falls—the tallest waterfall on Maui. When you exit the middle of the West Maui Mountains, you’ll fly above the white sand beaches of the island’s Kapalua coast, before crossing the whitecapped Pailolo Channel that separates Maui from Molokai. In winter, there’s an excellent chance you’ll see Humpback whales as they slowly cruise the channel—occasionally spouting, slapping their fins, or disappearing for a dive.

Upon reaching Molokai’s isolated coastline, one of the first sights you’ll see beneath you is Moku Ho’oniki rock. This islet was used for target practice by US military bombers, and is right offshore of Halawa Valley—the very first settlement on Molokai. As you whir across Halawa Valley, keep an eye out for Moa’ula Falls that spills through the back of the valley. Even more impressive is Kahiwa Falls, which drops 1,750 feet (533m) towards a black sand beach below. Finish the tour with a flight along the tallest sea cliffs in the world—an exclamation point on the tropical beauty you’ll see on this Maui helicopter tour.

Customer Reviews

johanna s

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This tour was amazing!! Since the Heliport address could not be found in a GPS, I got I called in and the staff actually stayed on line with me until I finnalu got there!!! Were so friendly, organized, and tje pilot was superb in explaining while you enjoyed the scenery... Got to see Maui!

Rebekah M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

The trip was amazing. Awesome views and very knowledgeable pilot.

Patti Jo W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2014

This tour was amazing!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2014

Wow - what an amazing way to see Maui and it's neighboring islands - truly an incredible experience

Donna S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2013

Good from start to finish. Pilot was very informative, personable and made the trip memorable. Highly recommended.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2013

Best activity of trip. I would do this again. Our pilot was great! Best views on trip.

Christine Z

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2012

What spectacular views. Maui is so beautiful.


4 star rating: Recommended March 2013

Beautiful views and sights, with a knowledgable pilot. We brought our 8 and 11 year old daughters and they loved it, as did we.

Michael C

3 star rating: Worth doing June 2016

Amazing and unforgettable views! An experience I won't forget. The only downside was the very loud rock music that was playing the whole time, and the pilot was nice, and gave a few facts here and there, but overall wasn't too engaged with the tourist group. I had the feeling he enjoyed flying helicopters more then giving tours, and this was a way to pursue his passion. Nothing wrong with that, just that felt he was there more for himself then for us.

Timothy G

3 star rating: Worth doing July 2012

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!

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