Kauai ECO Adventure
50 minute flight
With over 70% of the island being inaccessible by land, Kauai is truly best seen from the sky. On this incredible helicopter tour of Kauai, you’ll experience views so beautiful they will take your breath away. Explore the stunning Manawaiopuna Falls, also known as “Jurassic Park” falls, wedged in between the emerald green mountaintop of the Hanapepe Valley. Fly over the amazing views of the Olokele Canyon and majestic Waimea Canyon, often called the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”, where you’ll catch sight of dozens of cascading waterfalls. Then, Kauai’s magical North Shore reveals the sculpted green valleys and 3,000-foot sea cliffs of the Na Pali Coast, the pristine turquoise-blue waters of Hanalei Bay and the Princeville Resort area.
Lastly, weather permitting, your pilot will fly you to Mt Wai’ale’ale, a dormant shield volcano with over 450 inches of rainfall each year, making it the second wettest places on earth. Here you’ll witness the most beautiful emerald green vegetation draped over the mist-covered mountain, with 3,000-foot cascading waterfalls filling each crevice – a truly awe-inspiring finish to your ECO Adventure over the Garden Isle.
Helicopter exploration of Waimea Canyon
Scenic sights include sea cliffs
Bird’s-eye views of waterfalls, valleys & scenic coastlines
Chance to see Tropical Rainforests
Live tour commentary in English
Headset for tour commentary
Know Before You Book
Check-in is 45 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
Gratuity is not included and is left to individual discretion.
FAA regulations require all guests to be weighed at time of check-in; this is done discreetly for your privacy.
For each guest weighing 240 pounds (108 kg) or more, an adjacent empty seat is required to safely balance the aircraft. The second seat charge is half off of the regular tour price. Please arrange your additional seat after booking.
You should wear dark-colored clothing to avoid reflection in the windows.
Bring camera (no iPad/tablets allowed) and sunglasses
If you plan to scuba dive within 24 hours of the flight time, you may not take part.
Flight patterns and specific sights are subject to weather.