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Discover Beautiful Kauai

Beautiful Kauai, Hawaii's "Garden Isle," is the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands and features some of the island chain's greatest treasures. From towering waterfalls, to mountains, to beautiful coastline, Kauai offers incredible sights for the intrepid tourist.

Na Pali Coast

The Na Pali Coast is a mesmerizing place of special historical and geographical significance. The Pali, or cliffs, stretch 4,000 ft upward from the sea on Kauai’s inaccessible northwest coastline. Carved by waterfalls and streams from above and the ocean at the shoreline, the cliffs, valleys and sea caves are a rugged and truly magnificent splendor. A helicopter tour allows you to experience the Na Pali from a uniquely awe-inspiring perspective.Equipment-Specific Considerations

Waimea Canyon

10 miles long, 1 mile wide, and up to 3,500 ft deep, Waimea Canyon is the largest canyon in the Pacific. It was formed by the collapse of Kauai’s ancient volcano and since carved by rivers and floods that flow from the peak of Mt. Wai’ale’ale. Our helicopter tour will show you all sides of this dramatic natural wonder defined by deep colorful gorges, stunning wilderness, and rushing waterfalls.

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Mt. Wai'ale'ale

The scene-stealing Mt. Wai’ale’ale (Hawaiian for “rippling water) is an extinct volcano at Kauai’s center. Its peak, usually shrouded in mist and clouds, is one of the wettest spots on Earth. Precipitation feeds many of Kauai’s waterfalls and rivers and three magnificent valleys radiate northward from the crater’s slopes. Only a helicopter tour can take you into the crater to experience the grandeur of this geographical birthplace.