See Molokai from a Helicopter
It would be a mistake to rely on words to describe a helicopter tour of Molokai. Call it a ride on a magic carpet floating just above a mystical kingdom that emerged a couple million years ago from its volcanic origins in the depths of the sea. It’s a multi-sensory experience that cannot be analyzed or translated into words much more complicated than “Wow!”
Many helicopter tours depart from Kahului, Maui and fly across the Pailolo Channel for an amazing flight over the “Most Hawaiian Island.” Here you’ll see the world’s highest (and most breathtaking) sea cliffs, Hawaii’s tallest waterfall, remote, rugged canyons, miles of white beaches, famous Kalaupapa peninsula and, in winter months, humpback whales frolicking offshore.
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