Air Maui Helicopter Tours

Air Maui Helicopter Tours

Description

Seeing Maui by helicopter provides a one-of-a-kind bird's eye perspective of the island, and creates an unforgettable addition to your visit to the islands. Because they can fly above areas that are otherwise inaccessible, helicopter tours allow visitors to experience areas they would otherwise never even know existed. With over 25 years of accident-free flying, Air Maui delivers thrilling, top quality tours with a variety of location and pricing options.

AT A GLANCE:
Air Maui offers five helicopter tours, ranging from 30-65 minutes.

The Maui Lite tour takes guests on a 30-minute excursion to either the West Maui Mountains or the Haleakala Crater.

The West Maui & Molokai allows guests to experience both the beauty of the West Maui Mountains as well as the stunning north shore of Molokai, across the Pailolo Channel. Towering sea cliffs, abundant waterfalls, and the rugged grandeur of mountain peaks and valleys create an unforgettable 60-65 minute tour.

The West Maui & Molokai Special is an abbreviated version of the tour above, providing a similar experience at a lower cost in 45 minutes.

The Complete Island gives visitors an in-depth glimpse of the incredible variety that Maui features, from the sun-drenched valleys to the stunning peaks of an old volcano; the lush rainforest to the picturesque coastlines. The tour is 60-65 minutes.

The Hana & Haleakala tour takes visitors on a 45-minute adventure to two of the most popular Maui sights: the beautiful Haleakala Crater, and the stunning waterfalls and rain forests of Hana.

Air Maui is conveniently located near the airport in Kahului, just about a 45-minute drive from the popular resort areas of Lahaina and Kaanapali.

Hours:
7am - 9pm Daily

Website:
www.airmaui.com

Telephone:
808-877-7005

Price:
$175 - $307

Address:
1 Keolani Place, Kahului, HI 96732

Directions:
From Lahaina/Kaanapali, take Hwy 30 to Hwy 380. Turn right and drive six miles to Hwy 36. Turn right, and follow Hwy 36 two miles to Hwy 37. Turn left onto Hwy 37, which will lead you straight to the Heliport. Air Maui is the last hangar. Prepay when you enter (about $5 for two hours), and then place the receipt in your dashboard.

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