Hawaii Helicopter Tours
As beautiful as the Hawaiian Islands are from the ground, there are many hidden areas that can only be seen from above. In fact, vast areas of Hawaii are inaccessible from the ground. Either no road leads there or it is impossible, treacherous or prohibited to get there on foot.
What all of the four main Hawaiian Islands have in common is volcanic mountain ranges that are surrounded by isolated valleys. Many coastal areas also have tall sea cliffs with tumbling waterfalls, sea caves and bays. Only from a helicopter can you really see the magnitude of the Hawaiian Islands and the great expanse of water that surrounds them.
There are a variety of Hawaii helicopter tours to fit your budget, so don’t leave Hawaii without seeing it first. Reserve your helicopter tour on Hawaii Discount for huge savings!
>> Air Tours on Oahu
Air Tours on Oahu
Hawaii helicopter tours on Oahu take you over Pearl Harbor for unique aerial views of this historic attraction. Most people only get to see Pearl Harbor from the ground, but a Pearl Harbor air tour is an experience you will always remember.
Then continue on to discover parts of Oahu that most people never get to see, such as the off-limits Sacred Falls, which many people consider Oahu’s most beautiful waterfall. The falls used to be accessible from the ground, but after a rockfall in 1999 that killed eight people, land access to Sacred Falls is no longer allowed. An Oahu air tour still allows you to see this gorgeous waterfall.
Other top aerial sights on Oahu are the island’s remote valleys that lie hidden in the Ko'olau Mountain Range. It is quite amazing to think that Oahu still has so many green and undeveloped areas considering that it is home to a million people. On the island’s North Shore, you can soar over world-famous big wave surfing beaches, including Sunset Beach, Banzai Pipeline and Waimea Bay. This is an amazing experience especially during the winter high surf season. Alternatively, you can also enjoy a great Honolulu city lights night flight.
>> Air Tours on Maui
Air Tours on Maui
On Maui, you can soar above the hidden waterfalls on the island’s north shore. This is where the famous Road to Hana is located, one of the most scenic roads in the country. It leads along the largest rainforest in the United States, from Kahului to the remote village of Hana in East Maui. Hawaii helicopter tours on Maui allow you to see the vast sections in this part of the island that are inaccessible from the ground.
Also known as the "Valley Isle," Maui has many isolated valleys that can only be seen from a helicopter. Another destination you might want to see is Maui’s neighbor island of Molokai. Fly across the channel to Molokai’s north shore, one of the most isolated areas in all of Hawaii, to see the world’s tallest sea cliffs rising over 3,300 feet (1,000 m) above sea level. This is an experience unlike any other.
>> Air Tours on Kauai
Air Tours on Kauai
Hawaii helicopter tours over Kauai's magnificent Na Pali Coast are an unforgettable once-in-a-lifetime experience. An air tour is the best way to see this secluded area, a 16-mile stretch of coastline where no road leads to. The 3,000 foot sea cliffs and hidden bays backed by waterfalls are an unforgettable sight.
Another beautiful Kauai attraction is Waimea Canyon. The best way to see the entire expanse of this huge chasm, which has been dubbed the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” is from a helicopter. Enjoy the sights of multi-colored rock walls and lush, hidden valleys located deep within the gorge, an area only mountain goats call their home.
>> Air Tours on the Big Island
Air Tours on the Big Island
Only on Hawaii’s Big Island can you experience the thrill of flying above an active volcano. There aren’t all too many people in the world who can say they have done that! Soar high above Kilauea Volcano and Halemaumau Crater. Check out the recent volcanic activity and see how new land is being created.
Or discover the Big Island’s vast open areas, spectacular waterfalls and lush rainforests. The Big Island is the most diverse island. Here you’ll find a huge variety of landscapes and 13 different climate zones. Many people call the island a miniature continent because of the immense environmental diversity. Make your selection from these fabulous Hawaii helicopter tours below and save big!
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