Ultimate Kauai Helicopter Tour
This Aerial Tour Gives You A Bird’s Eye View Of All The Island’s Stunning Scenery.
Kauai is a picturesque island paradise, and there’s no better way to see it than from the air. On this helicopter tour, you’ll catch incredible views of Kauai’s lush landscapes, towering cliffs, and pristine beaches. You’ll also fly over some of the island’s most popular attractions like Waimea Canyon and the Na Pali Coast. This is the ultimate way to experience all that Kauai has to offer!
Get an aerial view of Kauai’s stunning scenery
Fly over popular attractions like Waimea Canyon and the Na Pali Coast
Ride in a top of the line touring helicopter
Feel confident you are flying with the best pilots in the industry
See Manawaiopuna Falls and other scenery used in blockbuster films
Soar through Hanapepe Valley
Check out the pristine beaches of Kauai’s North Shore
Explore Olokele Canyon
This helicopter tour of Kauai allows you to take to the sky and see all the island’s must-see sights, many of which are inaccessible from the ground. To start the tour off you’ll fly over some of Kauai’s most popular movie locations, like Manawaiopuna Falls (aka Jurassic Park falls) and Hanapepe Valley. From there, your pilot will soar over two of Kauai’s most famous landmarks which are Olokele Canyon and Waimea Canyon. Afterward, prepare for more breathtaking views as you explore the Na Pali Coastline and Kauai’s North Shore. If weather permits the last stop will be Mount Wai’ale’ale which is widely regarded as the wettest place on earth due to the staggering amount of rainfall this dormant shield volcano receives every year.
You’ll be flying in style on this tour, too. You’ll be riding in a top-of-the-line touring helicopter with leather seats and large windows for optimal viewing. And you can rest assured that you’re in good hands – these pilots are some of the best in the business.
So what are you waiting for? Book your Kauai helicopter tour today!
|General PassengersUp to 240 lbs • Passengers weighing over 240lbs are subject to Comfort Seat charge||$349.00|
|Front Seat PassengersTotal Front Row weight must be 470 lbs or less.||$449.00|
Daily departure times available from 8am – 3:30pm
Departure: Check in at the office one hour before flight time, Lihue, Kauai. The office address will be in your confirmation email.
Please email, chat or call us to request a cancellation of your flight. Fill out the form on our contact us page to make sure it gets to us right away.
You can cancel your helicopter tour at any time for a full cash refund if you let us know more than 7 days prior to your tour start date with no hassles. Most of our helicopter tours have a 72-hour cancellation policy but depending on the time of year and group size, this could be extended by the vendor to 7 days. Our blanket policy is 7 days. The individual product page will clarify if that particular flight has that longer cancellation period. Depending on the particular tour, there may only be a partial credit.
There are no refunds if you decide to cancel within the 72-hour period. Any tours purchased within 72-hours of the start date, there are no refunds for no shows or cancellations.
Full refunds are provided at any time if we must cancel your tour due to safety, staff issues, or equipment availability reasons.
Hanapepe Valley is a lush, fertile area where many tropical fruits and vegetables thrive. Among the crops grown here are bananas, sugar cane, sweet potatoes, and of course, kalo (taro), from which the Hawaiian staple dish “poi” is made. In addition to agriculture, Hanapepe was also known for its salt ponds. Salt was an important commodity for trade with sailors and the right to harvest salt from these ponds was passed down through Hawaiian families. Today, Hanapepe Valley continues to be a vibrant and thriving community.
If you’re a fan of the movie Jurassic Park, then you’ll want to check out the Manawaiopuna Falls. This is the 400 foot tall waterfall that was featured in the background of the 1993 classic film. Although the falls are located on privately owned land, there are several helicopter companies that offer tours to see the falls up close. This is the only way to see the falls, as there is no other public access to the property.
If you’re looking to snap a picture of Mount Wai’ale’ale, be prepared for some challenges. The mountain is almost always shrouded in clouds, making it one of the wettest locations on Earth. Each year, the summit receives about 450 inches of rain. The record-setting year so far was 1982, with 683 inches of rain. But don’t let that deter you! With some patience and planning, you can get that perfect shot.