Air Maui Helicopters – Circle Island – 60 Minutes
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Air Maui Helicopters Circle Island 60 Minute tour is the best of Maui by Air. By combining the West Maui and the Hana/Haleakala Flights together this tour shows you the all of Maui’s hidden treasures. The first leg of the flight takes you over the south rim of Haleakala Crater, slipping down the Kaupo Gap to the Waimoku Falls is the first waterfall you will see. The Waimoku Waterfall is high up in the valley of Haleakala National Park and quite a hike to reach the falls. The sea arches around Hana are one of our favorite points of interest on this tour. These arches rise out of a craggy point in Hana and make for some amazing photos. The flight up the coast is filled with slivers of waterfalls tumbling down the deep divides along the east slope of Haleakala. At Twin Falls, Air Maui visits the waterfall that gives the stream its name. The interesting thing about this waterfall is that it falls into a pit and disappears completely. This is a water intake that provides the water for drinking and agriculture for the entire Kihei and Wailea area.
Moving across the bay at Kahului, Air Maui Helicopters Circle Island tour continues the journey into the West Maui Mountains. Here the points of interest covers are the Wall of Tears, keyhole waterfall and the Honokahua waterfall tucked deep in the Mountains on the North Shore. The flight also covers the interior of the West Maui Mountains which claims the second wettest spot on earth. Air Maui is a fun helicopter company. Everything is casual, personal and filled with aloha and yet professional. Out of all the helicopter tours in Maui we have done, we have found that Air Maui’s customer service stands out among the rest.
The A-Star helicopter is the standard touring helicopter used for this Air Maui Helicopters Circle Island tour and the other Maui helicopter tours operated by Air Maui. Its European by design and sits 6 guest and the pilot. The back seats raised a little above the front seats so you are looking out over the front row of seats. Headsets are issued to each guest. The music plays as you fly changing tempo as you near the points of interest.
First Class Seating:
It seems as expenses rise, companies get creative trying to offset rising costs. Like the airline that you flew with to Maui, the helicopter companies also offer first class seating. These are the front seats of the helicopter. At one time these seats sat the lightest passengers on the flight, but no more. You can book these seats, but expect to pay an average of $50.00 more per person. And yes, it is worth the extra cost. If you have any questions regarding first class seating, please give us a call so we can share with you the details. You can give us a jingle at 855-268-0387.
We recommend that you wear a dark colored shirt for any helicopter tour on Maui. Light colored clothing reflects in the windows and will ruin any photos you take. A live action video films during the flight. You can purchase the video after the flight.
There is no doubt that safety comes first. Air Maui has been flying Maui for over 25 years and has never had an accident. There are few helicopter companies in Hawaii that can boost a perfect safety record and Air Maui is one of them. While on vacation the last thing, anyone wants is a bad experience. That is why I choose Air Maui as my preferred choice.
This Air Maui Helicopters Circle Island tour provided by Air Maui covers the entire Island of Maui. By combining the West Maui and the Hana Haleakala flights together this tour shows you the best of Maui. If you want to see it all, this ride is a must! From a towering volcano to unspoiled rainforests the Circle Island helicopter tour takes you deep into the heart of Maui. You will be exploring deep valleys just as they were millions of years ago, primal, untouched and mysterious. So join us today! Just follow the Book It link below to get started scheduling your Maui activities and Maui tours. We appreciate your business and would love to have the opportunity to serve you!
Air Maui Helicopters 60 Minute Circle Island
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GPS: 1 Kahului Airport Road, Hangar 110, Kahului, Hawaii 96732
Air Maui Policies:
Max weight 240lb.
A-Star Helicopter max weight limit 1100lb.
Comfort seats are half the list price.
48-hour cancellation policy
Weather-related cancellations by Air Maui are 100% refundable.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
8:00am, 9:00am, 10:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm
Check-in 30 minutes prior to event time.
My girlfriend and I had a wonderful experience on our helicopter tour. Seeing the many cascading waterfalls in Hana was awe inspiring. The picture and video we purchased at the end was completely worth it to us. I've hiked all over Maui but this was a completely new way to experience the beauty and majesty of the island. Our pilot, Cameron Meldahl, was fantastic. He even turned back and forth so everyone could get great photos and video of the rainbows that formed near the waterfalls. He was very knowledgeable and kept the ride smooth. I would definitely recommend Air Maui.
Amazing tour. We purchased the 45 minute tour, which was totally enough time for our first helicopter ride. The views of the waterfall is so beautiful and priceless. I thought I would be nervous, but they get up in the air quickly, not leaving much time for nerves. This was the best price on the island and the staff were great.
Loved everything about it! The pilot was great. Amazing view. We did the doors off and WE LOVE IT. It was perfect! One of the best things we did in Hawaii. Highly recommended. The company was very professional. We felt super safe.
Loved our ride with Captain Kelly. We did a doors off tour to Molokai. Truly amazing views that you can't see from the ground - like the sea cliffs. Very windy, but they give you a jacket and a phone holder. Totally worth the price tag from Boss Frogs - about $250 with fees.
Awesome helicopter ride with stunning views. I felt completely safe. Molokai was beautiful. If you choose the open-door flight and are a glasses-wearer, then it's best to wear contacts because the goggles they provide are very tight on the face.