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This 50-minute Doors Off Helicopter Island Tour offers an incredible view of the breathtaking beauty of Oahu, Hawaii. Yes, this is a bucket list adventure you will remember and treasure.

Open Seating Passengers
Front Row VIP Seating
  • Soar Over The Island’s Most Picturesque Locations
  • Door’s Off Helicopter Tour
  • Narrated Tour

Doors Off Helicopter Adventure

Your Hawaiian Doors Off helicopter tour begins with a beautiful view of Keehi Lagoon and continues over historic Honolulu Harbor, Aloha Tower, and the Natural Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. While flying over these beautiful landmarks, you’ll also get an incredible birds-eye view of the Koolau mountains, Ala Moana Beach Park, and Waikiki Beach. Next on the tour are some of Oahu’s most stunning vistas, including Kaawa Valley, Sacred Falls, the North Shore, and more. Finally, your tour concludes with a breathtaking view of Oahu’s most historic sights, including Pearl Harbor, the Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri.

Tour Detail’s

Keehi Lagoon, Magic Island & Waikiki Beach

Your adventure begins with a beautiful view of Keehi Lagoon and continues over historic Honolulu Harbor. Then it’s off to view the Aloha Tower, once the tallest structure on the island, and above the city is Punchbowl, the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, the ridges of the Koolau mountains that form a spine down the middle of the island. You’ll also see Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island, the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor and Waikiki Beach. This part is fun because you’ll also see the surfers and pleasure craft off Waikiki, as well as occasional marine life such as dolphins and turtles.

Diamond Head, Kahala & Hanauma Bay

Next up is Diamond Head, Kahala, and spectacular Hanauma Bay. Rounding the east end of the island, you’ll see rugged coastline, Sandy Beach and Makapuu Point and lighthouse. Next, you’ll make your way over Sea Life Park. and then fly over miles of white sand beach in Waimanalo. You’ll be treated to stunning views of Mount Olomana, Kailua, Kaneohe and the gorgeous coral formations of Kaneohe Bay.

The Bay itself hold several treats including Coconut Island, which was used for the opening shot of the TV classic Gilligan’s Island, and the serene waters of the Kaneohe Bay fishpond, initially constructed by the ancient Hawaiians. Look for Chinaman’s Hat, known as Mokoli’i. According to Hawaiian legend, the uniquely shaped island was the tip of the tail of a lizard.

Kaaawa Valley, Sacred Falls & North Shore & Pearl Harbor

One of the most dramatic vistas awaits you, storied Jurassic Park (Kaaawa) valley, where scenes from a dozen major motion pictures have been filmed. Perhaps the highlight of the tour is Sacred Falls, a delicate and splendid 1,000-foot cascade.

The tour continues along the storied North Shore, with a million-dollar view of world-renowned surfing spots including Sunset Beach, Pipeline and Waimea Bay. On your way over Oahu’s Central Plain, you’ll see the Dole Pineapple maze and the “birthing stones” of Hawaiian royalty. Your Oahu helicopter tour concludes with an all-encompassing view of Pearl Harbor, the Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri.

Know Before You Go

  • Arrive at their office 45 minutes before your scheduled flight time.
  • First Class seats are only sold in pairs, and there is a combined weight limit of 340 lbs for the two first class seats.
  • All passengers weighing over 300lbs must purchase an additional, adjacent empty seat for aircraft balancing purposes.
  • To ensure a safe and enjoyable we must enforce the following rules:
    • Only one camera or phone per person on the tour, and they must have a secure strap. Straps are available for purchase.
    • No hats allowed.
    • No purses, bags allowed.
    • No loose items in your pockets.

What To Bring

  • Bring a light jacket. The flight can be chilly and windy.
  • Wear sunglasses to keep the wind out of your eyes.
  • Wear closed toed shoes. Loose “Slippers” (sandals) will be removed and stored during your flight to make sure they don’t fly out the door.