A Kauai Helicopter Tour is the best way to explore the rugged interiors of Kauai without getting your feet muddy. A thrilling helicopter ride through Kauai’s inaccessible interiors will give you a bird’s eye view of some of the World’s most hidden beauty. Fly through the colorful Waimea Canyon, the jagged cliffs and remote valleys of the Napali Coast, and into the Waialeale Crater where waterfalls will surround you.

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Kauai Helicopter Tour FAQ’s

When to book?

Book your helicopter tour at the beginning of your Kauai vacation to get a better perspective of Kauai’s hidden interior. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the views, while your experienced pilot shows you the most remote and breathtaking areas on Kauai.

Where do Kauai Helicopter Tours Fly?

The most popular tour would be an hour tour that would take you through Kauai’s lush tropical interiors of Waialelale Crater, Waimea Canyon, and along the Napali Coast with a lot of extra in between. Some companies offer a 90-minute flight allowing more time to see Kauai’s unparalleled beauty.

Where do Kauai Tour Helicopters fly from?

Kauai helicopter flights leave from the Lihue Airport on the East Side Princeville Airport on Kauai’s North Shore.

What types of helicopters are used on the Kauai Helicopter Tours?

The A-Star helicopters are considered the “gold standard” for Kauai helicopter flights. No matter where you sit you’ll have a nice view with 180-degree visibility. The design of the A-Star has nothing blocking your view forward. Seating configuration is 2 passengers forward with the pilot, considered an upgrade or first class seating, and 4 seats in the back, open seating,

The Eco-Star is known as the luxury version of the A-Star and is generally considered the “Cadillac” of the Kauai touring helicopters. These helicopters are wider and have roomy and comfortable seating. They have larger windows and they are quieter.

The Robinson R44 is a fuel-efficient 4-seat helicopter. The R44 is known for excellent safety and reliability, smooth handling, and superior comfort.

The spacious cockpit contains two rows of seats. The 2 by 2 seat configuration provides for one passenger seat in the front next to the pilot, and two passenger seats in the rear of the helicopter. All seats are window seats and the open cabin design allows for unobstructed viewing.

The Hughes 500 seats four passengers and is a smaller craft known for its agility and speed. Flying doors off on an MD 500 is preferred by professional photographers and videographers due to its graceful maneuverability and responsive handling. The seating configuration is two up front with the pilot and two in the back. All have great visibility.

What does a helicopter tour cost?

Prices start at $295 and up.