Waterfalls are the attraction here! Your tour of island of Molokai and the jungles of West Maui include destinations such as the Wall of Tears and the highest waterfall in Maui. Give yourself a full hour to explore 2 islands from your comfortable, bird’s eye helicopter perch.
What To Expect
Experience Molokai’s craggy, rugged sea cliffs and West Maui’s plummeting waterfalls on this extended 60 minute adventure by helicopter
West Maui’s lush neon green valleys and isolated interior rainforests are considered some of the most remote destinations in the USA
The beautiful island of Moloka’i boasts the world’s 2nd highest seaside cliffs
Traverse 2 islands in a single epic journey that exploressecret destinations the shorter trips won’t get a chance to see
Use your Shaka Bucks to guarantee the lowest price possible on this Maui adventure tour
Enjoy live narration of Maui’s history, legend and ecology from your friendly, knowledgeable pilot
Expect 180-degree from the helicopter’s cabin with plenty of opportunities for panoramic photos
Features comfortable, modern, forward facing captain’s seats
Professional photography and video are available for purchase
Lock-in these rates online, or over the phone:808 669 1077 to secure availability today
—> Availability for dates and times in Maui is much more likely when you reserve in advance.
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.
“This was our first helicopter tour over Maui and we LOVED it. Air Maui does a great job of showing you the island and the beautiful cliffs and waterfalls.”
“Fantastic flight with the Jeanette as the pilot. She did a superb narration during the flight and was very good at getting in close to the waterfalls and turning so that all in the helicopter had an easy time of taking pictures.”