The remote island of Molokai and the rainforest jungles of West Maui offer a spectacular panoply of tropical waterfalls. The tallest waterfall in Maui and the famous Wall of Tears are among the highlights of this exploration of one of the most expansive natural locations in the world.
What to Expect
Get 180-degree window views of Maui’s incredible natural beauty from the helicopter’s interior
Relax in a comfortable, quiet helicopter cabin with leather, forward facing captain seats
See the famous, Wall of Tears, more than 100 cascading waterfalls on the face of a craggy mountainside
Molokai is the least accessible island in the area— it’s wild interior holds a hidden world of craggy mountains and plummeting waterfalls.
The Mountains of West Maui are filled with deep rainforest valleys, protruding peaks, and more waterfalls
Learn about the culture, and ecology of Maui’s remote regions from your friendly, knowledgeable captain through headphones
The West Maui Mountains is the area with second highest annual rainfall in the world
Snap incredible photographs from the cabin of the helicopter
Vacationers report this is the most memorable activity of their Maui vacation
Air Maui has a perfect record for safety.
Bookings made within 48 hours of the activity are tentative, and must be confirmed for availability.
Passengers who weigh more than 240 lbs. will be required to identify seating options prior to arrival at an additional cost. This will be easily accomplished in the follow-up phone call with The Snorkel Store.
There is a 25% fuel surcharge on all helicopter tours in Hawaii, across the industry. This charge will be applied at checkout.