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Explore the island of Maui by helicopter

One of the best ways to experience the island of Maui is from the air. Maui helicopter tours offer visitors a different perspective of the island. Whether this is your first or tenths time, seeing the beautiful island from above is an unforgettable experience. The helicopter tours are inexpensive, with tours ranging from forty five minutes to over an hour, a great treat for the whole family.

Iao Needle on Maui, Hawaii
U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Wikimedia Commons

Visitors will be able to see parts of the island that are usually inaccessible by foot or vehicles. Several other tours to various locations are also offered by Maui helicopter tours. It's worth the cost to see all the island has to offer.

An East Maui helicopter tour will offer visitors to a spectacular view of the ten thousand foot Haleakala volcano. The volcano has been dormant since last erupting in 1790. Visitors will be able to get a birds-eye view of the crater.

The northern and southern sides of the volcano provide a completely different view. Here are lush-green pastures surrounded by beautiful waterfalls and tropical rainforests. These are sights that can only be seen on a Maui helicopter tour.

Choosing a West Maui helicopter tour offers visitors a much different view of the island. Here lies the West Maui Volcano also known as Maui Komohana. It is the smaller of the two volcanoes and approximately 500,000 years dormant. However, there was a minor eruption much more recent.

Beautiful waterfalls can be seen flowing down the steep ridges with flora and fauna throughout the region. It is believed to be one of the most beautiful regions in the world. This part of the island can only be seen by a Maui helicopter tour.

The island of Molokai can be reached by Molokai Maui helicopter tours. It is situated fifty miles from Maui and has a much smaller population. The scenery is much different from the other islands. The northeastern part of the island is entirely made up of cliffs and isolated beaches stretching all along the coast. The only way to see this part of the island is by air. Most of the people on the island have never seen this part of the region unless they have taken a Maui helicopter tour.

A number of spectacular waterfalls can be spotted during the rainy season with water flowing down the cliffs. Visitors are surprised to learn that the cliffs on Molokai are among the highest in the world.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to discover the natural beauty of this region. It's an experience with memories that will last forever.

For more information, visit Hawaii Helicopter Tours.

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