West Maui & Molokai
Hana & Haleakala
A helicopter tour of Maui is the most scenic way to see these beautiful islands. Did you know that 80 percent of Maui can be only be seen by air? Soar above the clouds and explore all that Maui has to offer from a bird’s eye view. There are four flight patterns to choose from and they are all spectacular! The 45 minute West Maui and Molokai helicopter tour features views of the beautiful West Maui Mountains and the world’s tallest sea cliffs and waterfalls of Molokai’s north shore. The 45 minute Hana and Haleakala helicopter tour features remote and spectacular sights of East Maui including world famous Haleakala Crater and the lush valleys and waterfalls of the Hana rainforest.
The 60 minute Maui island helicopter flight includes both the dramatic valleys of the West Maui Mountains and East Maui’s Haleakala Crater and Hana Rainforest. For the ultimate VIP experience, choose a helicopter tour with a private landing. We recommend touring in an Eco Star helicopter which boasts 23 percent more interior, captain’s chairs and bigger windows than the A Star aircraft. Guests of all ages are welcome to fly and lap children up to the age of 24 months are FREE! Maui helicopter tours book up quickly so we recommend to book early. Not sure which flight is best for you? Give us a call and we will help you decide!
Maui Scenery Best Viewed by Helicopter TOUR
The West Maui Mountains features Maui’s tallest waterfall and up to 17 cascading waterfalls in the Pu’u Kukui Watershed known as the Wall of Tears. This area is isolated and remote and can only be seen by air. You can view this area on both Complete Island flight and a West Maui Molokai 55 minute flight.
Keopuka is often called Jurassic Rock because it appeared in the beginning scene of Jurassic Park. The best way to see this area is by air because there is a beautiful waterfall behind which you cannot see from land. The Complete Island helicopter Tour features this scenic area.
Haleakala Crater is known for being the largest dormant volcanic crater in world. In truth it is a not a true crater but was formed by multiple eruptions and erosion. Many agree that Haleakala’s stunning landscape resembles that of the moon. Sitting at 10,023 feet in elevation.