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Discover Beautiful Oahu

Oahu is the third largest and most populated Hawaiian Island. It is the home of Hawaii’s capital city of Honolulu and the birthplace of the 44th United States President, Barack Obama. From towering waterfalls, to mountains, to beautiful coastline, Oahu offers incredible sights for the intrepid tourist.

Waikiki Shore

Waikiki is a beachfront neighborhood in Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii. It's best known for the beautiful white sand Waikiki Beach, which is very popular with surfers. Waikiki Beach is also known for its views of Diamond Head. Your helicopter tour will fly over the Waikiki shore, Diamond Head, Koko Head Crater, and the Makapu'u Lighthouse.

Koko Head Crater and Hanauma Bay

Koko Head is made up of three ancient volcano vents, one of which forms Hanauma Bay, seen in the foreground of the above photograph. Inside the massive Koko Crater is the Koko Crater Botanical Garden, which specializes in cacti and succulents. Hanauma Bay is one of the most popular tourist destinations on Oahu, and is now a nature preserve. Our helicopter tour will show you the entirety of Koko Head and the stunning waters of Hanauma Bay.

The Makapu’u Light House

The Makapu'u Point Light House sits at the southeastern most point of Oahu, and commands an incredible view of what has been called "one of the most breathtaking coastal panoramas of any in the United States." The rocky cliffs of Makapu'u Point are popular with both hang gliders and whale watchers. Although the light house can be accessed with a moderate, paved 2-mile hike, our helicopter will allow you to see the full glory of the shoreline view from Makapu'u Point, as seen in the photograph above.

Kaneohe Bay

Kane'ohe Bay forms part of a former volcano caldera, and is the largest sheltered body of water in Hawaii. It includes one of Hawaii's two barrier reefs and extensive coral reefs within its large lagoon. As seen in the photo above, there are several small islands (or islets) in the Bay. Our private helicopter tour will take you over the beautiful Kailua Beach and the exquisite waters of Kane'ohe Bay.

North Shore

Oahu's North Shore stretches from Kae'ena Point and Kahuku Point, and is best known for its massive waves, which attract surfers from all over the world. Each year, multiple surfing competitions are held here, and many TV shows and movies have been filmed here thanks to its natural beauty and large waves. A helicopter tour will allow you an amazing aerial view of the North Shore's waves.

Dole Plantation

The Dole Plantation orginally opened as a fruit stand in 1950. Today, it's one of Oahu's most popular tourist attractions. You'll see the world's largest maze (made entirely from Hawaiian plants) from the air, as well as the beautiful Plantation Gardens.

Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor is the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet. Located in the harbor is the USS Arizona Memorial, which marks the final resting place of more than 1100 sailors and marines killed during the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Normally accessible only by boat, you'll see the harbor and the memorial from above on our private helicopter tour.