Maui Helicopter Tours to Molokai
January 4th, 2020
When you arrive on Maui, and are standing on the beaches of the west and south coasts of the island, you’ll seen two imposing figures off in the distance. Looming large near Maui are neighbor islands Lanai and Molokai, two of the smaller islands in the Hawaiian Island chain, though actually part of Maui County. And if you want to get really technical, parts of the island itself, though it is connected far beneath the surface of the ocean. These islands are mostly local, though you can pay Molokai a visit on a Maui Helicopter Tour to Molokai, a fun flight that tells the fascinating story of the island.
Seeing Hawaii from the air brings the islands features to life, showing off parts that are often hidden in plain sight, or places that are entirely inaccessible by land. Aerial tours are the best way to see hidden Hawaii, and that’s just what you get on this exciting Maui Helicopter Tour. And, to make this tour even better, you’ll see the hidden sites of two Hawaiian Islands: Molokai AND Maui.
Throughout this incredible flight, you get to see West Maui and it’s incredible mountain ranges and lush valleys, cross over the Paiolo Channel, and view the dramatic coastline of Molokai. Your Maui Helicopter Tour to Molokai includes:
- West Maui Mountains
- 1,000-foot Honokohau Falls, Maui’s tallest waterfall
- Maui's "Wall of Tears" with over 17 waterfalls
- Kapalua and Kaanapali resort area
- Hawaii's tallest waterfall – Kahiwa Falls (1,750 foot-cascade) on Molokai
- World’s tallest sea cliffs on Molokai's inaccessible north shore
- Molokai's secluded Halawa Valley and Kalaupapa Peninsula
Trust us, this is the best option to see West Maui and Molokai. Views from the helicopter are jaw dropping, and this flight includes the massive waterfalls, towering sea cliffs, and all of the hidden features of two Hawaiian Islands, that many do not get to see. Seats on the chopper are limited, and fill up fast, so make your reservations for the Maui Helicopter Tour to Molokai now!
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