See spectacular lava! Three tours get you close to the action. Learn more

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See spectacular lava! Three tours get you close to the action. Learn more

Oahu helicopter tours, departing from Turtle Bay resort:

See the beauty of the North Shore of Oahu from above.

Soar through the skies of Oahu by helicopter. You can even choose a landing at Kualoa Ranch – an adventure offered exclusively on Paradise helicopter tours.  Take flight over the lush and vibrant landscape of Oahu and experience an incredible bird’s eye view! If you have a taste for adventure and want to experience this island from a unique and unforgettable perspective, then do not miss this stunning tour for sights and memories you will cherish for a lifetime! Fly by the world-famous surfing havens on the North Shore, past the staggering 1,000 foot Ali’i Sacred Falls, or over historic Pearl Harbor. Come along with this professional and safety-conscious crew as they take you on an aerial adventure that is not to be missed!

Oahu, Hawaii

Well-known features found on Oʻahu include Waikīkī, Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay, Kāneʻohe Bay, Kailua Bay, North Shore. The city of Honolulu—largest city, state capital, and main deepwater marine port for the State of Hawaiʻi—is located here. Locals consider the island to be divided into various areas, which may overlap. The most commonly accepted areas are the “City”, “Town” or “Town side”, which is the metropolitan area from Halawa to the area below Diamond Head (residents of the island north of the Koʻolau Mountains consider the Town Side to be the entire southern half); “West Oʻahu,” which goes from Pearl Harbor to Kapolei and Ewa and may include the Makaha and Waianae areas; the “North Shore” (northwestern coast); the “Windward Side” (northeastern coast); the “East Side” (the eastern portion of the island, including both the Windward Side and the area east of Diamond Head; and “The Valley” or “Central Oʻahu” which runs northwest from Pearl Harbor toward Haleiwa