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You cannot visit Hawaii without seeing a volcano from above. It just isn't right!
No visit to the Big Island is complete without a view of Volcanoes National Park. This flightseeing experience covers most of the island and, from above, you will see the spectacular sights that are unmatched anywhere in the world. This island is the most geologically active environment on earth, all because of the famous Kilauea Volcano, which has been continuously erupting since 1983. From your seat, you will view the lava flow and black sand beaches. You will feel as if Madame Pele, the goddess of Hawaii's volcanoes, is with you as you glide over views that you cannot imagine.
You will see the volcanic badlands, the lush rain forests along the Hamakua coast, and the towering sea cliffs that open dramatically into deep and meandering valleys. The Big Island is a wonder, and its waterfalls cascade thousands of feet into the rain forests below where the remnants of some of the old settlements are still visible.
Called the World's Best Helicopter Thrill, this adventure is one you will never forget. Before we return to reality, we will land at the remote isolated Punalu'u Falls.
- Tour routes and sights visited may vary according to wind and weather conditions.
- A high quality, live DVD recording is made of your actual flight and may be purchased after your tour for $25.
- A High Definition, live Blu-Ray Disc or USB Stick recording is made of your actual flight and may be purchased after your tour for $40.
- Due to timing, this tour cannot accommodate cruise ship passengers as you will not have enough time in port.
- Guests who weigh 250 lb. or more will be asked to pay a surcharge at check out.
- Any child under 24 months of age is welcome as a lap child at no charge. Children 24 months and over require an individual full-fare seat.
Days offered: 7 days a week