KAUAI HELICOPTER AND GROUND TOUR

(From Oahu with Air Ticket)

Helicopter Tour Highlights

  • Hanapepe Valley
  • Mana Waiapuna
  • Jurassic Park Falls
  • Olokele Canyon
  • Waimea Canyon
  • Spectacular hidden waterfalls
  • Sculptural scenic views of Na Pali Coast
  • Bali Hai Cliffs
  • Pristine blue waters of Hanalei Bay
  • Princeville Resort Town
  • Mount Waialeale is at elevation 5,000

Ground Tour Highlights

  • Hanapepe Lookout
  • CaptainCook’s Statue
  • Fort Elizabeth
  • Waimea Town
  • Waimea Canyon
  • Kauai Coffee
  • Spouting Horn
  • Poipu Beach Snorkeling
Adult (12 to 64) $695
Senior (65 & above) $685
Child (2 to 11) $675
Infant Seat (Under 2 year old) $199
Lap Child (Under 2 year old) free

Note: If you want your infant to have a separate seat on the flight, please choose Infant Seat option.

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Tour Information

  • 6:30am – 7:30am pickup from Waikiki Hotels
  • 9:00am – 10:00am fly over to Kauai
  • 10:00 – 10:30 am check in for helicopter.
  • 10:30 am helicopter tour starts
  • 11:20 am helicopter ends
  • 11:40 am meet Dynamic Tour guide for Ground Tour
  • 6:30 pm – 7:30pm flight back to Oahu
  • For pickup exit through baggage claim B-1 &  go to your left side parking lot.
  • Approximately 45 to 50 minute helicopter adventure over the Kauai.
  • Tour narration by pilots who are State of Hawaii Certified Tour Guides
  • Free Bottled Water
  • Passport is needed for foreign citizens.
  • U.S. Government Issued photo ID (for U.S. residents)
  • Gratuity is recommended
  • Tour routes and sights visited may vary according to wind and weather conditions.
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Helicopter Tour Highlights :

  • Hanapepe Valley : Your journey begins with a spectacular Hanapepe Valley
  • Mana Waiapuna : commonly referred to as “Jurassic Park Falls” Mana Waiapuna Falls is where parts of the movie Jurassic Park were filmed. Remember when the helicopter landed near the falls in the beginning? Then at the end when the survivors fled the island, they departed from a helipad at the same spot.
  • Olokele Canyon : Nature lovers will get a thrill during a helicopter tour to Olokele Canyon on Kauai. The pristine canyon, which is often decorated with rainbows and always by contrasting bright red dirt and vibrant green foliage, has been kept off limits by the owner for decades until recently. The canyon is adjacent to the larger Waimea Canyon and has had its 15-minutes of fame after serving as a filming location for many scenes of Jurassic Park.
  • Waimea Canyon : known as “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” where you’ll explore many hidden waterfalls. Waimea in Hawaiian for “reddish water”, a reference to the erosion of the canyon’s red soil.
  • Napali Coast : Spanning 17 miles along Kauai’s North Shore, the Napali Coast is a sacred place defined by extraordinary natural beauty. These emerald-hued cliffs with razor-sharp ridges tower above the Pacific Ocean, revealing beautiful beaches and waterfalls that plummet to the lush valley floor. Whichever tour you choose, the natural splendor of the Napali Coast will leave a deep impression on your soul.
  • Bali Hai Cliffs : 
  • Hanalei Bay : Largest bay on the north shore of Kauai island in Hawaii. The town of Hanalei is at the midpoint of the bay.
  • Princeville Resort Town : Princeville is a very popular resort area that lies on an ocean bluff located on Kauai’s north shore.
  • Mount Waialeale : Weather permitting, we’ll visit Mt Waialeale, the heart of the ancient volcano. This is the wettest spot on earth, with an average rainfall of 450-500 inches annually! Flying into the center of the crater with its 5000-foot walls towering above and its 3000-foot waterfalls surrounding you, is a truly awe-inspiring finish to your ECO Adventure over the Garden Isle.

Ground Tour Highlights :

  • Hanapepe Lookout
  • CaptainCook’s Statue
  • Fort Elizabeth
  • Waimea Town
  • Waimea Canyon
  • Kauai Coffee
  • Spouting Horn
  • Poipu Beach Snorkeling
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