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Hana Haleakala Helicopter Tour | Sunshine Helicopters

This helicopter tour offers generous views of Haleakala's magnificent crater. Travel through Maui's most remote areas with views of Hana Town, fabulous rainforest waterfalls and world famous Ho'okipa windsurfing beach. Whale watching when in season.

  • Old Hana Town, Haleakala National Park
  • “Seven Pools” and Lindberg’s Grave
  • World’s Largest Dormant Volcano, “Haleakala”

Hana Haleakala Helicopter Tour

Climb above central Maui and ascend the world’s largest dormant volcano, “Haleakala” (literally “house of the sun”). Discover its immense moonlike crater with pure iron oxide cinder cones towering over 1,100 feet tall. See Kaupo and Ko’olau Gaps, the huge lava flows from the crater to the sea. Hana’s nearly uninhabited “back side” is home of the “Seven Pools” and Lindberg’s grave. The Hana Rain Forest extends for over 180 square miles along Maui’s northern coast and is the largest tropical rain forest in our nation. Tour includes views of Old Hana Town, Haleakala National Park, Kipahulu, the taro fields of Ke’anae, fabulous coastline waterfalls and the world famous Ho’okipa windsurfing beach on the return. Whale watching when in season.

Open Seating: Up to six-passengers, seat assignment determined by weight and balance.

First Class Seating: Passengers enjoy “First Class” seating next to pilot, with extra arm and leg room. Maximum combined weight for two passengers on Whisper STAR helicopter First Class is 490 lbs.

Your Tour Includes

Ground safety briefing, complimentary coffee or tea, pilot personal narration and choreographed music recorded on the live digital video, Stereo aviator headsets with individual volume control, custom built digital recording system, polarized bubble windows, air-conditioned climate control, custom interiors and much more!

Know Before You Go

  • Cameras are permitted on board and recommended. Your pilot will create a video of your actual flight utilizing their camera system which includes a cabin camera and nose camera (sold separately).
  • Clothing should be comfortable and casual. Dark shirts or tops are recommended for photo taking. Bright colored clothing may put a reflective glare on the helicopter plexiglass windows and reflect in your photos. Dark clothing helps to eliminate the reflection. Their climate control system keeps the helicopters at a comfortable temperature for the entire flight.

Hawaii Adventure Center